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A high dopamine level can lead to more risk taking, addictive behaviors, and mental disorders. Learn about natural remedies and lifestyle changes that help.
We know about good fats and bad fats; good carbs and bad carbs. But what about the quality of protein you’re consuming? Not all protein is created equal.
Negative thoughts are next to impossible to fully stop. Instead, you must train your mind to challenge them with stronger, positive thoughts.
It’s widely accepted that brain health declines with age. But new research suggests this doesn’t have to be the case.
Keto may not be for everyone, and low-carb is not the only way to eat well, but most would agree that people in the modern world tend to eat way too many carbs.
Stopping time seems like a hefty claim. Filmmaker, Qi Gong Master, and Eastern spiritual leader Dr. Pedram Shojai authored a mindfulness guide to do just that.
In addition to preventing disease, increasing longevity, and improving memory, exercise has proved an incredibly effective method for maintaining and improving mental health.
Losing weight isn’t easy — and doing it in a healthy, sustainable way can make the task feel even harder.
If cardio is all you’re doing, it might be time to make a few changes. New research found that strength training can add years to your life.
Dale Pinnock, the Medicinal Chef and author of Eat Your Way to Happiness, shares his top three foods to fend off the winter blues.
How much glucose is produced and how our body responds to it is determined by a few key factors.
Feeling jealous? Transform a negative emotion into a positive one with this quick and easy guided meditation from Sanjeev Verma.
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If building serious muscle is your end goal, pumping iron alone isn’t going to get you where you want to go. Another crucial factor? Your diet.
Improving insulin sensitivity and reducing fasting insulin levels have major ramifications for your health, longevity, and resistance to disease.
Chronic inflammation will wreak havoc on your body, both inside and out. The good news is, you can reverse it, and it starts with what you eat.
We're all only human. We all make mistakes. And we all have the choice to honor each other by remembering the best moments instead of focusing on the worst.
The results of two human clinical trials involving elderly patients suffering from frailty showed no adverse side effects and “remarkable” physical improvement.
The idea that immersing yourself in forests and nature has a healing effect is far more than just folk wisdom.
A new study finds that it may not be what we eat, or at least that’s not the whole story. After all, some people eat a terrible diet and never develop cardiovascular disease.
Everyone always blames "too much turkey" on the post-Thanksgiving dinner food coma, but we're pretty sure the stuffing is at fault.
When it comes to getting the most out of your training, eating the right foods after a workout is almost as important as the activity itself.
Bone broth is gradually earning its own superfood crown. It’s packed with collagen, gelatin, amino acids, glucosamine, vitamins and minerals.
Even if you are super health-conscious, busy schedules and the demands of modern life can make it hard to get all the nutrients you need in three meals a day.
People with well-developed self-discipline are in fact happier – at least according to a study conducted by the University of Chicago.