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SLEEP IS A CORNERSTONE OF BRAIN HEALTH & ENERGY
Create a sleep plan to ensure you're getting the quantity and quality of sleep you need for optimal health. Enlist the help of supplements, herbs, spices and lifestyle changes as necessary in order to achieve the sleep your body craves for optimal health. Lack of sleep can affect your long-term brain health, energy, weight control, hormones and mood.
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If you’re just joining us for the Sleep Hygiene Challenge, I’d like to strongly encourage you to go back and print my blog and answer the sleep assessment questions to help determine what might be keeping you awake. Now that you’ve done the sleep assessment, you’re ready to start making corrections and begin enjoying restful…Read More
Sleep is a cornerstone of long-term brain health and vibrant energy. It also plays a surprising part in weight control. Many studies have shown that chronic failure to get enough sleep increases the risk of being overweight or obese. You should get at least seven hours of sleep per night, that is why I want…Read More
Green tea is a superfood! It is a powerful antioxidant which has been shown to have a long list of health benefits. Three cups a day have been shown to have a positive effect on DNA. Both green tea and black tea (the type we’re most familiar with) come from the same plant, Camellia sinensis,…Read More
I’m often asked this question. My view is that it’s fine to have one cup of coffee per day, before noon, provided that the cup contains about five to six ounces (none of those giant-sized jolts of java, please). Coffee’s health benefits may come from a substance called kahweol, a super-food with powerful antioxidant benefits.…Read More
A study from the University of California, Berkeley, shows that not only does loss of sleep trigger the nibbles, it also steers your brain in the direction of poor food choices. The researchers recruited 23 adults to participate in their study. The first time the participants came to the research lab they slept for about…Read More