According to a study published in The Journal of Nutrition, subjects getting about 300 milligrams of cocoa flavonols every day … continue reading
When you hit the sack at night, do you go right to sleep within five minutes after your head hits … continue reading
It’s no secret that Americans are fatter than ever, and many of our children are obese and have diabetic tendencies. … continue reading
Emotions can affect the immune system and longevity, and your facial expression can affect and reflect your emotions. Consider a … continue reading
People slather on sunscreen and wear hats to protect themselves from too much sun and UV ray skin damage. According … continue reading
According to an item in the May ’10 Prevention, holding someone’s hand can reduce stress by 200 percent. When subjects … continue reading
Green tea has been shown to do a lot for health, including helping mobilize bodyfat, but did you know that … continue reading
Studies show that a small amount of alcohol—one glass of wine for women and two for men—can improve heart health … continue reading
There is no doubt that frequent, uncontrollable stress can be a trigger for illness, even a terminal one. According to … continue reading
Studies show that keeping your room temperature on the warm side can help you lose weight. Subjects exposed to 81-degree … continue reading
According to Ellen J. Langer, Ph.D., a professor of psychology at Harvard University, your mind is the most powerful tool … continue reading
According to a study out of Indiana University-Purdue University, data collected on about 1,000 subjects, aged 49 to 65, found … continue reading
Get lots of laughs to improve your heart health. A study out of the University of Texas at Austin found … continue reading
A recent Dutch study found that people who scheduled a vacation and then dwelled on it every so often were happier … continue reading
Pimples can be a problem for adults as well as teens, and one of the major causes appears to be … continue reading
According to the June ’10 Bottom Line Health, subjects who received 25-minute foot and/or hand massages periodically for eight weeks … continue reading
According to research out of the University of California, Berkeley, married couples that used we, us and our during a … continue reading
According to Gilbert, humans are terrible predictors of what will bring joy.
People do all kinds of things to get rid of pain and anxiety—from taking drugs to getting acupuncture to working … continue reading
After thorough discussion of the five principles—thought, moods, separate realities, feelings and present moment—he delves into how to use them to help with relationships, relieve stress, solve problems and even break bad habits and addictions.
According to the January ’10 Prevention, kitchens often become dumping grounds for clutter, and that can lead to major stress. … continue reading
Q: A friend of mine just attended one of your seminars in Denmark. He says that you stay in very … continue reading
Most folks start an exercise program to lose weight. That makes sense because in our nation of abundance it’s easy … continue reading
Zane has always had a fascination with mental training and how it can take results to a new level, and The Mind in Body Building puts his practices into perspective for you to use.
Tasks that require a bit more brain power, however, need focus. Adding even a simple activity to a higher-level task diminishes comprehension.