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The Habits & Foods to Increase Brain Function, Eliminate Inflammation & Live Healthy Longer w/ Dr Andrew Weil EP 1108
Catch our co-founder, Dr. Andrew Weil, and the conversation with Lewis Howes, host of The School of Greatness podcast. Listen in to learn about the habits and food we'll need to increase our brain function, eliminate inflammation, in live a long and healthy life! Today also don't forget to use the discount code: SOG15
From cozy joggers to a chic matcha set, Candace Cameron Bure's quarantine faves will have you saying "Oh Mylanta!"
Whether from Fuller House or Hallmark, from Dancing With The Stars or Dancing Through Life, everybody knows Candace Cameron Bure from something. That's because since 1982, as a TV star, bestselling author and a mother of three, the 45-year-old has always kept busy.
Is Caffeine Really Bad for You? Here's the Truth
Raise your hand if you can't function without your morning cup of coffee (and multiple cups throughout the day. Yep, same. In fact, a majority of us can't say no to caffeine. A 2014 study found that 85% of the U.S. population consumes at least one caffeinated beverage per day, with an average intake of 180 mg a day (roughly about two cups of regular brewed coffee). And caffeine doesn't just equal coffee; it's also found in tea, caffeinated sodas, energy drinks, and even in dark chocolate.
Valentine’s Day Gift Guide: Best Vegan Food Gifts
Most of us, your Valentine likely included, have been inspired by 2020 to live life a little more consciously, healthfully, ethically and mindfully. For many, this has included living a more vegan lifestyle or extending Veganuary into February. Conveniently, many of 2021’s tastiest, giftable treats are vegan-friendly.
There’s nothing quite like a smooth, rich, and incredibly wholesome cup of matcha.
The unique tea — once only shared amongst the highest nobility in Japan — has transcended from simply being an aristocratic beverage to one of the most lauded superfoods today. Besides its long list of health benefits, it’s is also backed by remarkable culture and tradition, which should still be celebrated, more so in our fast-paced modern world.