Not long ago, Sharalee Hoelscher was seated on an airplane next to a geriatrician, and so she took the opportunity to ask her seatmate a question: “What’s the most important thing we can do now to make old age easier later?” The doctor didn’t hesitate. “Keep moving!” she replied.
As the skin is our largest detoxification organ, it makes sense that our outward appearance is a visual guide to our body’s overall health. If the body is harboring significant levels of toxins—accumulated through food, conventional medicines or the environment—the skin can appear dull or blemished.
Utilize his easy but effective routine with your child to assist them with restarting both their mind and body for a fresh new day.
Studies show that kids aged 6 to 12 reap tremendous physical and cognitive benefits from regular yoga practice, from improved academic performance to better classroom behavior. Based on that evidence, schools across the country are incorporating yoga into their curricula, and yoga studios are adding classes specifically geared to school-age children.
Our bodies are designed to process naturally occurring toxins, but the toxic load that comes with modern lifestyles goes far beyond what human physiology is capable of handling.
RejuvaTrim Aesthetics, which specializes in nonsurgical skin and body treatments, has harnessed the combined effects of jade stones and infrared lights with the Vivo Infrared Jade Sauna.
Essential oils are another increasingly popular tool for reducing workplace stress.
For decades, we have been told that we should avoid fatty foods, but now we’re learning that this couldn’t be further from the truth.
Current trends have led to increasing incidence of vitamin D deficiency and associated disorders. About half of all Americans have a vitamin D deficiency.