According to a Sleep Doctor, This Is How Many Hours You Need a Night to Lose Weight

There isn’t one universal prescription for weight loss, but most experts recommend doing cardio and strength training; eating nutrient-dense foods like leafy greens, legumes, and lean protein; controlling your stress levels; and getting enough sleep. Sleep is often overlooked in the weight-loss equation, but it’s integral to keep the weight off for good. To better […]

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7 Subtle Signs That Prove You’re Not Healthy

When you say healthy, it often brings to mind an image of person that exercises all the time and only eats nutritious food while avoiding junk like candy and fast food. However, it actually demands so much more than that. Truth is, being truly healthy means that one should have a sense of “physical, mental, […]

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Are Raw Vegetables Better for You?

There has been a lot of attention on the health benefits of raw food diets lately. Raw food diets are those made up of mostly vegetables, fruits, nuts and seeds that are eaten fresh or prepared with little cooking. Promoters of raw food diets claim that cooking destroys important nutrients found in these foods, which […]

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Food and Fashion

Fashion makes you feel good on the outside, while what you eat makes you feel good on the inside. Just a little HISTORY… Fashion officially entered the kitchen in 2016, when Dolce & Gabbana unveiled their decorative Smeg refrigerators. Hand-painted in their native Sicily and retailing at an astronomical $39,288.87, they brought high style into […]

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How often can you use a washcloth and bath towel?

Whether you use a washcloth only for your face or on your entire body, using a clean cloth each time will help combat the germs living in bathrooms.  Bathrooms are typically wet and warm spaces, which are the perfect environment for bacteria and mold.  Letting your damp washcloth lay around for days invites bacteria and […]

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Did You Know?

The arch is perhaps the most important structural feature of our feet, which bear 200,000 to 300,000 lbs. of stress each mile we walk. Arches absorb the brunt of the pressure our bodies thrust upon our feet with each stride. Arch height may vary significantly from person to person. It may also change as a […]

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