Extended exercise can cause normal stress in skeletal muscles. Marathons, triathlons and other feats of strength and endurance typically generate inflammation in the muscles as a result of exertion. However, honokiol is shown to address this normal inflammation response, and support faster recovery from intense exercise.*
It is no coincidence that Mother’s Day comes at just this time of year. The archetype of motherhood is the source of all life — the most primary and primal connection that marks the beginning of our individual existence. This season ushers in a real opportunity to get in touch with the life force flowing within us, and to feel a deep sense of gratitude for our own life.
One unconventional approach to seasonal allergies is eating local honey. But while many people swear by eating 2-4 teaspoons per day in divided doses for allergy prevention, the general consensus in the medical world is skeptical. Few studies have been published on the subject, and so far, the results are far from conclusive.
Try these 7 tips for healthy, caffeine-free ways to increase your energy. These tips can promote natural endurance, concentration, alertness and productivity, while supporting overall health in the process. And guess what? These vitality boosters won’t cause an energy crash the way sugary, over-caffeinated drinks do.
When we hear the term “healthy metabolism” in social situations, it is often a comment about somebody who seems to be able to eat and eat without gaining weight. But metabolic health is more than this. Although it’s true that your metabolic rate is the rate at which your body burns calories, your metabolism has [...]
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Feeling down? Take a look at your diet – at least that’s what many researchers are doing in order to explore the connections between food and mood. Junk foods, such as heavily processed, fried and artificial foods, demonstrate serious negative impacts on the brain and emotions, similar to narcotic drugs. They stimulate short term reward centers in the central nervous system, but over time they can lead to dependency and mood imbalances, not to mention the all-too-common long term health consequences. On the other hand, a number of studies show that people – young and old – who eat more vegetables and fruits have better emotional stability, more happiness and less stress and anxiety. Recent research has also demonstrated that antioxidants — abundant in many plant-based foods — can promote emotional well being.