Although the universality of basic human emotions has been recognized i, the role, function, and importance of emotional intelligence are often undermined. Emotional Intelligence is a social skill that can help you become more aware and tactful in understanding handling your own emotions as well as the emotions of others.
When you think about weight in “all or none” terms, have unrealistic expectations, or define your self-worth only in terms of weight, you become too hyper-focused on weight loss, creating anxiety and obsession that can derail your attempts to live healthier Don’t be a victim of these eight common “weight thinking traps” and learn to replace them with healthier views.
Are you one of many that are suffering Fatty Liver Disease? Do you have a build up of toxins? Are you feeling lethargic, are you bloated, addicted to caffeine and suffering brain fog? There are 15 main signs and we show you how to get back on track.
The Scientist: Keith Kantor, Ph.D., a nutritionist and author of the children’s book The Green Box League of Nutritious Justice The Answer: Sugar is sugar. And honey is (mostly) sugar. But if you’re choosing between the two from a health perspective, err on the side of the sticky stuff.
Most of us have probably been there. You say to yourself “today is when I finally stop putting things off” or “this is when I shed those extra pounds”. Perhaps it was, “I’m going to stop buying those things I don’t need and climb out of debt” or “quit smoking” or even “wasting time on the internet.”
by Mehmet Oz, MD Over the past few months, I’ve become increasingly concerned about a sweetener that I’ve recommended on my show in the past. After careful consideration of the available research, today I’m asking you to eliminate agave from your kitchen and your diet. Here’s why.
In the early nineteen-sixties, when cholesterol was declared an enemy of health, my parents quickly enlisted in the war on fat. Onion rolls slathered with butter, herring in thick cream sauce, brisket of beef with a side of stuffed derma, and other staples of our family cuisine disappeared from our table.
Modern man is plagued with many diseases that you will not find in some “primitive” populations like modern hunter-gatherers. These include obesity, heart disease, some cancers and last but not least, type II diabetes… which has reached epidemic proportions in the past few decades and now afflicts about 300 million people worldwide.
The liver is a powerhouse of an organ. It performs a variety of essential tasks, ranging from producing proteins, cholesterol and bile to storing vitamins, minerals and even carbohydrates. It also breaks down toxins like alcohol, medications and natural byproducts of metabolism. Keeping your liver in good shape is important for maintaining health.
You can switch from reading to listening within the Fire Tablet or Kindle app. Or you can switch between reading on one device and listening on another. For example, you can read on your tablet and then listen on your smartphone, and, thanks to Whispersync for Voice, you’ll never lose your place.
I bought the audible version and kindle version. Since Amazon owns both Audible.com and Kindle books, they created something that is super cool called WhisperSync where you can listen to the audiobook and switch to the Kindle version and be in the same spot you left off in the audio or vice versa. I love it!
Reading labels is super important – if you have a serving of something that has 40 grams of sugar, you have already consumed way too much sugar in your day. 4 grams of sugar equals 1 teaspoon so if you have 4o grams of sugar that is 10 teaspoons of sugar (think a king size snickers bar)!
Ketosis is a normal metabolic process. When the body does not have enough glucose for energy, it burns stored fats instead; this results in a build-up of acids called ketones within the body. Some people encourage ketosis by following a diet called the ketogenic or low-carb diet.