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5 Foods to Boost Brainpower and Overall Health

Joelle Klein by Joelle Klein | February 10th, 2016 | 1 Comment
topic: Health & Wellness, Healthy Eating | tags: blueberries, brain, brain health, cinnamon, coffee, coffee beans, health, health benefits, healthy food, healthy-eating, mental-health, rosemary, walnut

Today nearly 5.2 million Americans have Alzheimer’s disease. By 2050, that number will more than triple. While studies show that taking up certain hobbies such as bridge, learning a foreign language or doing crossword puzzles, may help decrease your risk for dementia or delay the onset of Alzheimer’s Disease, many of us may not have the time to take a Spanish class or schedule a regular bridge game. But, you can stave off memory loss and decrease your risk for develop Alzheimer’s without taking a class – all you have to do is add a few things to your grocery list.

Clean Slate Cleanse

Sara Ivanhoe by Sara Ivanhoe | April 23rd, 2013 | 1 Comment
topic: Detox, Fitness, Health & Wellness, Healthy Eating, Yoga | tags: anorexia, apple, clean slate cleanse, cleansing, crash dieting, desert, detox, eating, eating disorder, energy drinks, food, gaiam tv, guilt, healthy diet, juice cleanse, kind bars, macadamia nut, moderation, natural boost, protein, Sara Ivanhoe, starvation mode, tumeric alive, walnut, Yoga

I don’t know about you, but I’m getting wiped out by all these juice cleanses. Maybe it’s because I already sustain a pretty healthy diet, but personally, the moment I’m done with a juice cleanse, I end up eating worse food than I did before!

Cleansing has turned into an enormous business, and on many levels, I feel that it preys on people’s guilt and self-hatred: “I have been eating so badly — I need to cleanse.” It’s like a form of punishment. Once we have incurred the punishment, we are then absolved — free to do as we like — because we have paid the price. The problem is, the price can get pricey. Some of these cleanses can cost hundreds of dollars!