Itâ€™s entrenched in our learning from a young age – work hard. Â If you want to succeed, put the hours in. Slog away. Â
But we need to rethink that a little. Â Your brain isnâ€™t a machine. Â Itâ€™s a brilliant, complex, organic organ. Rather than flog it like a mule, to get the best out of your brain, you need to treat like a thoroughbred racehorse. Â
Posted by: Rhona Reid On September 26, 2017 7:01 pm
Jessica DeLuise is big on achievement. Â Physician assistant. Â Author. Â TV host. Â Businesswoman. Â Food expert. Â All of these areas of expertise work symbiotically for a holistic approach to living and eating well.Â Â
Learn From the Best!
If you have even the slightest interest in how what we choose to eat and drink impacts on our health, then Jessicaâ€™s YouTube channel is essential watching! Â What is “Greens Powder?”Â …
We all need to drink around 2 liters of water every day to stay properly hydrated.Â That still applies to anyone with a sedentary lifestyle or sitting at a desk job.Â But sometimes, our bodies need more.
A Thirst for Fitness!Â
If you play sports, take an exercise class, go hiking or enjoy any of the fantastic fitness opportunities available to most of us — you need …
Donâ€™t even think about hitting the beach or lakeside this summer without making sure you have the essentials.Â In sun-soaked Australia, a popular health campaign recommended that people should “Slip, Slop, Slap.”Â In other words: “Slip on a shirt, slop on the sunscreen and slap on a hat.”Â
Sun Safety and Water Ionizers
That original advice has now been extended to “Slip, Slop, …
Special thanks to guest bloggerÂ Lori Shemek, Ph.D.Â
When we think of anti-aging, most people conjure up a plethora of creams, potions or outright notions. However, aging more youthfully or what I refer to as â€śYouthingâ€ť begins not merely on the outside of the body, but the inside of the body.
When you think about how the body responds to healthy, nutrient-dense foods, water and other healthful choices, you canâ€™t deny the obvious fact, that keeping our cellular machinery …
Whether you paint the town red, or slip into your PJâ€™s and share a bottle of something nice with your nearest and dearest, many of us observe New Yearâ€™s Eve in some way, and quite often, it involves the odd drink or two!
If you did choose to indulge, then start laying the groundwork now to avoid spending the first days of 2017 groaning and swearing â€śnever again!â€ť
Posted by: Rhona Reid On December 27, 2016 7:00 am
If itâ€™s hard to stay on track health-wise the rest of the year, itâ€™s nigh on impossible over the Christmas holidays.Â Or is it?Â The key to not starting January feeling bloated and exhausted is to make staying healthy easy to achieve. If you put demands on yourself that are too strict then theyâ€™re more likely to fall by the wayside.
Follow our five awesome-yet-easy tips to holiday health and greet …