Month: December 2021

6 Science-Backed Ways To Maintain Mental Health

The gut-brain connection is real, and researchers are now confident that certain foods can promote mental health. In her article published on mindbodygreen this summer, holistic psychiatrist Nicole Lippman-Barile, Ph.D., recommended loading up on leafy greens, olive oil, berries, and seafood due to their mix of brain-supporting vitamins, fatty acids, and healthy fats. Pair your …

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2022 Horoscopes For Every Zodiac Sign, From The AstroTwins

By nature, lions are communal creatures, and for the past year, the stars have stoked your pair-bonding instincts, Leo. Partnerships are and will continue to be a huge theme of 2022—but luckily, you’ll also enjoy a side of freedom and exploration as your attention also turns to soul-satisfying personal growth. Which of your own unique …

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6 Vitamins to Boost Hair Growth, According to a Trichologist*

We’ve all desired thicker, longer, healthier hair at some point in our lifetimes. The truth is, growing longer hair isn’t so cut and dried. There’s no simple equation or formula that will guarantee longer locks in weeks. In fact, there are a slew of factors that can affect your hair growth (or lack thereof), but there …

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The 10 Most Popular mbg moves At-Home Workout Routines Of 2021

As we all navigated another strange year, staying on top of fitness goals and regular exercise required that much more intention. But with the rise of at-home fitness, the good news is, it’s never been easier to squeeze a workout in, whenever and wherever. If you’re looking for more fitness inspiration, we pulled the data to …

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How Vitamin D Supplements Can Support Your Fitness Goals*

According to nutrition musculoskeletal scientist Christian Wright, Ph.D., there is one caveat to the research surrounding muscle health. “Overall, the majority of data suggests vitamin D supplementation is beneficial for muscle function, mass, and metabolism—if vitamin D status is low or deficient,”* says Wright. “After vitamin D status is sufficient, however, there appears to be …

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