How Attitude and Mindfulness Affect Kratom Enthusiasts' Wellness

How Attitude and Mindfulness Affect Kratom Enthusiasts’ Wellness

By Terry Linde | February 20, 2024

Introduction Lately, Kratom has gained popularity as a natural solution for different sicknesses, including anxiety. However, the viability of Kratom in managing stress can be affected by factors past its chemical composition. Attitude and mindfulness play vital roles in how Kratom enthusiasts experience its advantages for their general wellness. Understanding Kratom Kratom, experimentally known as…

Simple Nutrition Tips to Support Addiction Recovery

Simple Nutrition Tips to Support Addiction Recovery

By Terry Linde | February 16, 2024

Addiction recovery requires several healthy coping strategies, such as getting enough sleep and dealing with stressors. Nutrition can also help you in your recovery, but you may not know where to start. Below are some simple addiction recovery nutrition tips that can help you maximize your healing journey.  Consider Possible Nutrition Deficiencies  Different types of…

High Fiber Diet Influences Inflammation

High Fiber Diet Influences Inflammation

By Terry Linde | February 14, 2024

A recent study on the differences between a Western diet versus a fiber-rich, traditional Tanzanian diet shows the latter may lead to the production of fewer inflammatory proteins by the immune system. Previous studies have shown a new wave of urbanization in sub-Saharan Africa, which is having important consequences on health and disease patterns in the area.…

Does Combined Resistance and High-intensity Interval Training Counteract Inflammation Induced by Chemotherapy?

Does Combined Resistance and High-intensity Interval Training Counteract Inflammation Induced by Chemotherapy?

By Terry Linde | February 7, 2024

Fatigue is recognized as one of the most prevalent and burdensome adverse effects of cancer and its treatment, significantly impairing daily life activities with subsequent reductions in quality of life. Over the past decade, extensive research has shown that something as simple and accessible as exercise has the potential to counteract several cancer- and treatment-related…

Ketogenic Diets and Lipedema

Ketogenic Diets and Lipedema

By Terry Linde | January 31, 2024

Ketogenic diets have exploded in popularity among people looking to lose weight and improve health concerns related to insulin resistance or dysregulated blood sugar. However, the efficacy of very low-carb diets doesn’t end with weight loss and metabolic issues. Emerging research suggests that the ketogenic way of eating may have a potential therapeutic role across a broad…

Unveiling Your Radiant Self-A Guide to Looking and Feeling Your Absolute Best

Unveiling Your Radiant Self-A Guide to Looking and Feeling Your Absolute Best

By Terry Linde | January 26, 2024

In the relentless pace of modern existence, self-care is not a luxury but a necessity. All of us need practical strategies and actions to enhance our physical and emotional states day in and day out. And it’s not as hard as you might think. Get ready to learn simple ways to unlock your full potential…

Exercise Later in the Day for Better Blood Glucose Control

Exercise Later in the Day for Better Blood Glucose Control?

By Terry Linde | January 24, 2024

Miriam E. Tucker Performing moderate to vigorous activity (MVPA) in the afternoon or evening may improve blood glucose control to a greater extent than exercising evenly throughout the day, new research suggests.The data come from 775 participants with a mean body mass index (BMI) of 26.2 kg/m2 in the observational Netherlands Epidemiology of Obesity (NEO) study. The use of…

The Impact of Attitude and Mindfulness on Daily Routines and Overall Well-Being

The Impact of Attitude and Mindfulness on Daily Routines and Overall Well-Being

By Terry Linde | January 17, 2024

Over time, mindfulness has evolved and been secularized, making it widely accessible across diverse backgrounds. It has moved beyond its religious roots to become a valuable personal growth and well-being tool. Today, mindfulness is incorporated into schools, workplaces, and healthcare settings to foster mental and emotional resilience. The practice often involves meditation in a quiet…

Reduce Carbohydrate Intake, Focus on Quality to Improve Health Outcomes in Diabetes

Reduce Carbohydrate Intake, Focus on Quality to Improve Health Outcomes in Diabetes

By Terry Linde | January 10, 2024

BOSTON — Reducing overall carbohydrate intake and eating more non-starchy vegetables and whole foods can help improve health outcomes for people with diabetes, according to a speaker at the Cardiometabolic Health Congress. Alison Evert, MS, RDN, CDCES, FADCES, manager of the nutrition and diabetes education programs at the University of Washington Neighborhood Clinics, said there are…

Top 4 Health and Wellness Trends

Top 4 Health and Wellness Trends

By Terry Linde | January 3, 2024

Austin Ruff The new year is around the corner, and everyone has a plan to improve their health and wellness. What’s yours? From TikTok and Instagram to Facebook and YouTube, social media is blowing up with everyone’s current health trends. Last year’s top health trends were all about berberine for weight management, gut health (it’s the…