In several posts we've shared information about the downfall of consuming too many sugary drinks, including fruit juice. From the increased risk of cancers, disruption to your gut microbiome, increased risk of all-cause mortality, consuming too much sugar (which can lead to a variety of health issues), and underestimating calories which can lead to weight… Continue reading 5 Alternatives to Sugary Drinks
Eating a diet full of whole foods, including fruits and vegetables, ensures your body operates at its best. The recommended daily amount of fruits for adults is 1.5-2 cups, and 2-3 cups of vegetables. Sources share that only 1 out of 10 Americans actually eats the recommended amounts, with the rest of us needing to… Continue reading 10 Ways to Eat More Fruits and Veggies
We've all been there. We've enjoyed a delicious, savory, flavor filled meal and then later realized we could smell ourselves. Or worse yet, somebody mentions we smell. . . different. Garlic breath. Asparagus pee. Pungent sweat. The truth of the matter is, it's just how our bodies break down certain foods. Whether it's bad breathe,… Continue reading Can the Foods We Eat Change Our Body Odor?
It’s well known that exercise positively impacts your wellness. Not only does it decrease the risk of many health concerns like hypertension, type 2 diabetes, pain, and some cancers (to name a few), but it has also been found to lower the risk of all cause mortality. Daily exercise is strongly encouraged, and new studies… Continue reading When You Work Out Impacts Your Body
We've all had the experience of coming down with a cold and losing our sense of smell due to congestion. Food temporarily seems like an afterthought, and something we likely attribute to just not feeling like ourselves. The sense of smell plays a large role in our lives. Olfaction, or the act of smelling, contributes… Continue reading How Does Smell Impact Weight Loss?