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Why You Need to Spend More Time with Yourself

Human beings are naturally social creatures. We gravitate towards others and often seek comfort and companionship to enrich our lives – and there’s nothing wrong with that!But, setting aside time to be alone with yourself is just as important for your mental health and balance as building and maintaining those social connections. Solitude has historically READ MORE

HEALTH BENEFITS OF MAGNESIUM

I’ve taken a lot of supplements over the years, especially during my struggles with hypothyroidism, leaky gut syndrome and adrenal fatigue. Some worked great while others left me wondering if they did anything at all. Supplements can be a useful thing to incorporate into any diet, but deciding on which ones you need can be READ MORE

Where does fat go when you lose weight?

“What’s the best diet for weight loss?” “How do I lose fat, not muscle?” “What is water weight?” With more than two in three adults in the U.S. overweight or obese — and about 50 percent of those folks actively trying to lose weight — it’s more important than ever to make sure you’re getting the most accurate information about weight READ MORE

5 Superfoods to add to your diet.

We’re getting smarter about food — checking labels, researching their effects on our bodies and sharing our discoveries — always trying to get the most benefit out of each calorie. This collective effort has led to the rise of superfoods: fruits, vegetables and grains that provide an abundance of essential nutrients, offer dietary variety and flexibility, READ MORE

Change These 5 Habits to Save Up to 1,335 Calories

If you find you’re struggling to lose weight, it could be that some bad habits are weighing you down. Try these fixes to keep those bad habits in check, and you could save 1,335 calories. Bad habit #1: You think you need a full portion of a decadent treat to feel satisfied. The fix: Share with READ MORE

4 Easy Ways to Sneak in More Vegetables

Pop quiz: How many vegetables do you eat in a day? If you’re well below the two to three cups that doctors recommend, well, you’re in a very crowded club. A 2017 study by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention found that nine out of 10 American adults are missing the mark, when it comes to eating READ MORE