It’s human nature to want to stay inside of our comfort zones. Believe me, I’m very comfortable with my daily routine, beginning with the moment I open my eyes. I have my go-to habits and rituals that have served me very well over the years. But there are some things that just make me uncomfortable…Details
What if you could be younger at the end of today then you are right now?
Stress, it’s the bane of existence for too many of us. Stress is an epidemic that is taking a toll on our health. Stress can make us feel awful physically, emotionally, and can intensify most unfortunate health conditions including (but not limited to) heart disease, obesity, Alzheimer’s disease, diabetes, irritable bowel syndrome and other gastrointestinal…Details
Dr. James talks about some of the health benefits of our favorite beverage.
Dr. James talks about how we can bring more bliss into our lives through the essence of cacao and anandamide. For cacao recipes, click on the links below: Bitter Sweet Salad Cacao Nib Chicken Other ideas: Substitute cacao nibs for chocolate chips in any recipe Add to morning oatmeal or muesli Add to smoothies …Details
Serves 4 3 cups romaine lettuce, chopped 1 cup spinach leaves, chopped ½ cup sweet onion, thinly sliced ¼ cup Manchego cheese (shaved) 4 teaspoons cacao nibs 2 mandarin oranges Dressing (Note: You’ll have leftover dressing – lasts up to a week when kept refrigerated) ½ cup olive oil ½ cup white balsamic vinegar 2…Details
Writing down three to five things that you are grateful for before you go to bed will actually help you sleep better. Turn off your cell phone and put down the remote. Get the gratitude journal out and take 5 minutes to think about your day and all the little (and big) things that you…Details
Chances are that when you are stressed, you don’t reach for broccoli first. You may want to. Dark green leafies, fish, nuts and seeds, oats, and yes, even chocolate – these are foods you’ll want to turn to when feeling a bit stressed.