When did feeling “stressed out” become the new norm? How did we get here? And, how do we move out of this chronic state of feeling stressed out? Unchecked stress can cause worry, anxiety, irritability, panic attacks, fatigue, and depression We have many tools at our disposal, including yoga, meditation, exercise, sleep, nutrition, and community. How do we stress less? It might sound cliche, but it’s by finding balance. I like to think of it as dynamic balance, where one […]
Delicious Living sat down with yoga teacher Heather Peterson, SVP of Programming for CorePower Yoga, to learn her top five yoga poses for stressful, anxiety-ridden days. Relieve tension with these easy poses at work, home, on the road, or at the gym. Note: Here is the link to the original article on Delicious Living: http://goo.gl/bm9oVC While “feeling stressed” holds a negative connotation, some stress is actually good stress. This is known as eustress. If your neighbor’s mean dog starts chasing […]
Graphic credit: http://goo.gl/7sd6lo Having a positive start to your day can make all the difference! When you wake up feeling positive (or take the steps to get there) it can influence the rest of your day and beyond! We often treat morning like it’s the starting gate in a championship race. What would happen if you slowed down and took a minute (or even 10) to begin your day more mindfully? Here are some easy ideas. Let’s look at some […]
Here are some of the tactics I used to rebound from ME/CFS, brain fog, and chronic fatigue. These tactics – along with many more tactics, as well as links, resources, references, in-depth theories of chronic fatigue, ME/CFS and other chronic conditions – are from my book, The Memory of Health. What is The Memory of Health? A memoir and guide to living well. The Memory of Health is a meditation and conversation on well-being. What makes you thrive, even in […]
New Research Suggests The Powerful Blue Pigment Anthocyanin May Help Protect VS. Cancer, Heart Disease, Diabetes, etc.
Here is the link for this image and the original article from Delicious Living on this important topic: https://goo.gl/S34Mpq New research suggests that anthocyanins, the nutrients that give the corn its lovely blue color, may also help protect against metabolic syndrome, cardiovascular disease, diabetes and cancer. I love anthocyanins. It is part of what makes one of my favorite foods and supplements so powerful: Hawaiian blue-green Spirulina Now, there is reasearch suggesting that this powerful blue pigment may help protect […]
How to Become a More Mindful Eater Author: Lisa Truesdale Eating more mindfully is an important step in becoming healthier. It might even help you shed stubborn pounds. Check out five easy ways to practice—whether you’re at home, a restaurant or an office function. Eating more mindfully is an important step in becoming healthier, perhaps even helping you shed stubborn pounds. Below, Susan Albers, PsyD, clinical psychologist at the Cleveland Clinic in Ohio and author of Eating […]
Why does being a conscious consumer matter? There are many reasons: Better quality of food, fair trade and practices, food sustainability, knowing the origins of your food and supplements (also known as traceability) There’s no doubt about it: We’re waking up to the importance of how we nurture our bodies and our health. Today, good food renegades are lighting fires of passion across the nation, leading the way toward a new kind of food system—one that prioritizes quality, access and […]