Do you start to drag mid-afternoon? You may be thirsty. Scientists speculate that lack of water is the primary cause of daytime fatigue. So instead of a cup of coffee (which doesn’t satisfy your body’s need for water) or a cookie, drink a glass of water and see if that makes a difference.
Are you eating all the vegetables and fruits you need? You should have at least five servings a day. Fruits and vegetables are rich in fiber and antioxidants, and they make you feel full. And don’t forget all the vitamins and minerals that fruits and vegetables contain. And they’re delicious! Be adventurous and [...]
Turns out that drinking coffee in moderation is good for you. Coffee is rich in antioxidants, like clorogenic and melanic acids, and research suggests that it is associated with a reduced risk of a variety of illnesses and an improvement in overall body and mental performance. No surprise to anyone who needs that morning cup [...]
Did you know that if just one quarter of U.S. families used 10 fewer plastic bags a month, we would save over 2.5 BILLION bags a year? That’s a staggering amount of plastic bags polluting our roadways and clogging our landfills. Get some fabric tote bags to leave in your car, and use them to tote your [...]
Our relationship with money has a significant effect on our overall health. Worrying about debt causes high stress, which results in sleepless nights, depression, loss of appetite, and so on. President Heber J. Grant of Brigham Young University said, “If there is any one thing that will bring peace and contentment into the human heart, and [...]