Food & Mood
Feeling Better about YOUR Body
In the current weight-obsessed atmosphere, it may not be easy for you to appreciate your body shape and size. Are you over-weight, or just perfect for your genetics? Read More!
MIND Diet: Foods to Limit
A short list of foods to avoid or limit in order to protect cognitive health.
Wanting to add physical activity into your routine? At first this can seem like an overwhelming task. But keep in mind, you aren't training to be a professional athlete, or competitive body builder. It is okay to start slow and work your way up. Learn more about what it takes to create an active lifestyle by reading the article down below, and watching this brief video.
Vitamin D: The Sunshine Vitamin
Vitamin D is critical in a variety of ways and many people struggle in winter months...LEARN MORE!
Using Food for a Better Mood: Promoting Positive Mental Health
Nutrition and lifestyle habits can play a role in mental health. Read more for six (6) quick tips that promote a healthy gut and a healthy mental state.
Get Active and Exercise
Being physically active is the most important thing you can do for your health. It can also be one of the most enjoyable things you do for yourself! Here are tips to make physical activity the highlight of your day ... Read More!
Feel Good Foods
Recent research has found there are factors we can control which affect our mood and feelings – from the inside-out. One of those factors is the food that we eat. Learn more about food and mood...
Common Exercise Obstacles
Like any new change, increasing your exercise routine can be hard to stick with. Determine what your obstacles are, think about small steps you can take and develop a strategy to overcome them. In time, this will become your new normal. Click here to watch and learn more!
MIND Diet: Overview
The MIND diet is a mash-up of the DASH and Mediterranean diets. It was created to protect cognition, preventing or delaying the onset of Alzheimer's disease. Read on to learn more about the foods included!