New year, new smoothie bowl!
Raise your hand if you feel like the last two weeks have felt like a non-stop marathon of eating and drinking?
Trust me, I feel you!
I don’t care how cliché a post-New Year’s smoothie recipe is, I need like a million and one of these to make up for all the dessert, wine, and cheese I’ve consumed. So if you’re feeling this way as well, be cliché with me! Let’s do it.
Looking for a bit more energy and a healthy routine that could fit in your busy schedule? It’s common to suffer from fatigue in today’s work culture with long hours, mounting stress of the pandemic, and struggles to maintain strong social connections at home and with friends - we could all use more energy tips on how to get a healthy routine that works. Here are science-backed ways you can enjoy more energy, naturally, all day long.
When was the last time you ate? Food is always around. As humans, we didn’t evolve in a world where there were big refrigerators, stocked pantries, quick drive-thrus, and 24-hour convenience stores. Food was scarcer as humans evolved and as such the body created adaptations so it can function physically and cognitively during periods without sustenance. Being deprived of food for a few hours is actually a good thing: it allows your insulin levels to drop so fat cells can release their stored energy.
From brighter, younger-looking skin to witty wellness as you age, scientific research shows antioxidants, particularly epigallocatechin gallate (EGCG), promotes longevity and helps you age well. Fresh, green tea leaves contain abundant amounts of (EGCG). Here’s everything you’ll want to know about how to use this natural ingredient for anti-aging, including a helpful look into 8 amazing ways scientific evidence shows EGCG promotes longevity.