Fact: Caffeine isn’t what you think. This naturally occurring stimulant has gotten an unfairly bad rap in the health and wellness world. But as with most things, there’s a bigger story to be told.
This time of year, it’s easy for us to get cooped up inside with little motivation to brave the blustery cold. If you’re like me, that’s when I find my energy reaches an all time low. When I am feeling extra sluggish,I know it’s time to give myself a boost of energy so I can really be my best.
For whatever reason, maybe you’re trying to cut back on caffeine. Perhaps you’re gotten a little too reliant on your coffee habit and want to trim down to have you back to feeling your best. Know that you don’t need to go cold turkey unless you really want to.
We all know work, exercise and sleep can be affected both positively and negatively by caffeine. So when’s the best time to drink it? We’ve got the answers.
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Good news for caffeine drinkers and chocolate lovers, post-hurricane food safety, and a reprieve for the White House Garden in this week’s headlines.
‘Tis the season for our Clean Plates gift guide. But, like so many things this year, gift-giving feels a little different.
The next time you roll out of bed with achiness in your knees, hips, arms, or back, lean on one (or a few!) of these 10 easy tips to feel better. Your joints will thank you!
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.