Resilience: How to Build It, Maintain It, and Restore It

Resilience: How to Build It, Maintain It, and Restore It

  Important findings in recent years have deepened our understanding of resilience—the ability to recover quickly from difficult situations—and how important it is for human health. One of the leading organizations in this research is the Institute of HeartMath (IHM). Devotees of Rewire Me are well acquainted with IHM. Rollin McCraty, Ph.D., its Director of Research, has been with IHM…

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Moringa: The Remarkable Superfood

Moringa: The Remarkable Superfood

The powerful benefits of Moringa If you enjoy drinking tea or eating soup during these cold winter months, there’s a great new way to get some of your important nutrients. Moringa is a powerful superfood that comes from the tree Moringa oleifera. The leaves and pods are packed with vitamins, minerals, protein and other antioxidants. This nourishing plant has been…

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What is Stress and how can we Manage it

What is Stress and how can we Manage it

It’s important to learn how to recognize how stress affects you, learn how to deal with it, and develop healthy habits to ease your stress. What is stressful to one person may not be to another. Stress can come from happy events (a new marriage, job promotion, new home) as well as unhappy events (illness, overwork, family problems). What is…

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Red Wine Can Boost Your Health And Appearance

Red Wine Can Boost Your Health And Appearance

Red wine benefits your skin, sleep and longevity Since the discovery of the Mediterranean diet, it’s been understood that there are health benefits from red wine. In fact, enjoying this drink in moderation can provide a boost to your heart, skin, hair, sleep and even your longevity! How red wine is made Red wine is produced from dark-colored grapes, which…

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Eat This for a Younger Brain

Eat This for a Younger Brain

Here are six tasty ways to boost your intake of lutein. If you’ve been meaning to eat more greens, a new study out from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign may give you the extra nudge you need. It found that middle-aged people with higher levels of lutein—a nutrient that occurs in green, leafy vegetables like spinach and kale, as…

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These 5 Heart Disease Tests Could Save Your Life (And Your Doctor Probably Isn’t Ordering Them)

These 5 Heart Disease Tests Could Save Your Life (And Your Doctor Probably Isn’t Ordering Them)

Heart disease tests are important. After all, heart disease kills 610,000 people in the United States every year. That’s one in every four deaths, making it the leading cause of death for both men and women. (1) High blood pressure, high cholesterol, smoking, diabetes, obesity, poor diet, physical inactivity and excessive alcohol use all contribute to this life-threatening disease. But what…

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How To Eat For A Healthy Heart

How To Eat For A Healthy Heart

Nutrition tips to support heart health February is American Heart Month, and we are doing all we can to promote heart health. In partnership with the American Heart Association for Go Red for Women, we are working hard to spread information about heart disease – which kills a woman in the United States every 80 seconds. But lifestyle changes like…

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Top Ten Superfoods of 2018

Top Ten Superfoods of 2018

Nutrient-packed foods to include in your diet this year As you move deeper into your nutritional goals for 2018, it’s time to look at the top ten superfoods for this year. Now that you can find superfoods in your grocery store and many local restaurants, the benefits of these nutritious, healing nutrients are available to most of us. And they…

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