You know taking care of yourself is essential—but with deadlines, family and an endless to-do list, sometimes it feels impossible to fit in precious time for yourself. We’re right there with you. That’s why we created #AMinuteforMe, with youtheory®. We tapped our favorite wellness experts to get their most creative tips for healthy eating, stress relief, fitness, beauty—everything you need to look and feel your best, in the little time you have. Get ready to feel energized, have fun and take care of you—all it takes is #AMinuteForMe.
A bowl of flavorful soup is so soothing and warming when it’s cold outside. This creamy, hearty sweet potato soup is also gut-friendly two times over, with plenty of spicy fresh ginger and unflavored Youtheory® Spore Probiotic Powder.
There are so many reasons to love pesto: Loaded with fresh herbs, olive oil, and nuts, it’s super-healthy. It’s also quick to whip up in a food processor and it’s versatile. Use it to dress up pasta, fish, or chicken. Or combine it with yogurt or olive oil to make a quick salad dressing. Yep, it’s pretty much a kitchen pantry all-star.
During the holidays, we’re out of our normal routines, we’re not investing as much in nutrition and relaxation, and despite our best efforts, we can often fall back into old family dynamics that leave us on edge. Keep reading for how to make this festive season feel a bit less frenzied.
Inflammation is a buzzword that we hear over and over (and over!) again. And it makes sense! Inflammation can cause a host of different symptoms — like joint pain, headaches, and skin rashes — and contributes to dozens of diseases, anything from depression to psoriasis to heart disease.
There are plenty of smoothies out there but this dreamy purple number has a trick up its sleeve. It’s loaded with good nutrition thanks to acai, spinach, and blueberries, with a refreshing surprise from mint tea.
Over the last decade or so, we’ve made a lot of progress in debunking common myths and misconceptions about food cravings. What was once considered a lack of willpower, we now understand to be much more complex.
No matter how dedicated we are, healthy habits tend to come and go. And it’s never been more true than in 2020 when, ironically, some of us have more free time than ever before and some of us have less, having to take on new roles like homeschool teacher or caretaker.
Cupcakes are the perfect festive treat for an at-home birthday celebration. But if it seems like a hassle to bake from scratch or you’re turned off by all that sugar and white flour, we have good news.
If there’s any farmers market experience better than sinking your teeth into a warm, cinnamon-y apple cider donut while wandering around the stalls, we don’t know about it. Now you can have that favorite treat any time, at home—and the best part is: We created one that’s actually good for you.
There’s no shortage of clean beauty products on the market, each one claiming to transform your hair, make your skin flawless, and finally give you the strong nails of your dreams.
Immune health is top of mind right now — and it’s not changing anytime soon. In fact, our current global health crisis has forced us to take a closer look at our immunity and what we’re doing to support it.
Our bodies are built to handle short-term stresses. Chronic stress? Not so much. When we experience too much stress for too long “the body releases [the stress hormone] cortisol but is unable to lower the levels back to normal in a short time frame,” says Nick Bitz, ND and Chief Scientific Officer for Youtheory®.
Work-related stress and anxiety are at an all-time high. In fact, it’s gotten so bad that the World Health Organization (WHO) deemed burnout an official medical diagnosis. We often blame burnout on external factors, such as workload, relationships, and stressors as simple as rush hour traffic.
Your gut is a delicate and incredibly complex thing that requires lots of TLC. When you’re busy with work, friends, family, and other obligations, it can become tough to give your microbiome the attention it needs. I mean, just brushing your teeth seems like a major chore some nights!
We all know (and love) Costco for bulk TP, rotisserie chicken, and surprisingly good in-house wine, but the mega-store is a destination for so much more than crowd-size bags of potato chips.
We’re guessing you’ve heard the term inflammation thrown around quite a bit these days. Inflammation is a natural immune response that happens when your body interacts with anything it identifies as foreign.
You’re going on a trip. Congratulations! You’re all packed and ready to go. You even remembered your cellphone charger and razor this time. Yay! Although you might feel like you packed everything, there’s still something else that truly savvy travelers never forget—and that’s a wellness travel kit.
No matter how hectic your morning—overslept, waited extra-long for the shower at the gym, kids dawdled over breakfast—there’s always time for coffee.
Starting the day with foods that help you look your best is a great way to get going in the morning. You know collagen is the ultimate beauty booster—everywhere you go, people are blending it into smoothies, pouring it into coffee, and adding it to muffins.
Two super-healthy and ultra-trendy ingredients together in one easy-to-make, delicious and satisfying snack? Yes, please. These matcha collagen bars feel like a treat and get you the protein and disease-fighting antioxidants your body craves.
We’ve all been there—lost our keys, misplaced our phones, can’t recall if we turned off the oven. And it’s not like it gets better as we age.
You probably don’t think much about your immune system day to day—unless you aren’t feeling well. Most of the time this complex network of cells and organs works 24/7/365 under the radar, fighting off infection and pathogens.
Okay, so you thought you were doing this amazing thing for your body by hitting the same HIIT class three days in one week, and now….you can’t move.
If you’re constantly looking for ways to get that coveted “glow,” you may be overcomplicating things. It’s not your fault. Beauty companies have spent decades selling women skincare routines consisting of numerous bottles filled with multiple potions.
Self-care. We all know how important it is, and yet so often it falls to the end of the to-do list (or falls off altogether) because who has that kind of time? But taking care of yourself is key not only to feeling better, but also performing at your best at everything you do.
Turmeric is everywhere these days. Golden-milk lattes, chocolates, juice shots—even face masks and lip balm.
Deep, lasting happiness generally comes from major shifts in things like lifestyle or perspective. That might mean taking on a meditation practice, or making big-picture changes to your diet.
Unless you’ve been off the grid for the last year, you know gut health is super-important, affecting everything from digestion to immunity to mood, heart health, oral health and more.
Stomach trouble can throw your whole day (and night) out of whack. Wouldn’t it be amazing to have some fast, easy ways to keep your digestion humming along, so you can enjoy all-day energy and vitality?
There are plenty of magical ingredients out there claiming to give you more youthful skin, stronger hair and nails, improved gut health, and more—but there’s one that’s been scientifically proven to deliver on all of the above: Collagen.
Some experts’ morning routines inspire eye-rolling. As in, “Sure, that’s great that you’ve got two hours to dedicate to working out, meditating, dry brushing, oil pulling, and blending 53 powders into your smoothie, but I’ve got to get to work.”