Is your inner perfectionist stopping you?

I’ve had a project that I’ve been holding back this year. I know the work is powerful, I’ve seen it work for clients but I’m just hesitant to get it out there and really stand behind it.  Why? My recovering perfectionist is holding me back.  I’ve made a series of three videos where I share something that changed my [Read More…]

People with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome May Have Brain Difficulties, Study Suggests

By Amy Taylor on October 30, 2014

Research from Stanford University suggests distinct differences between the brains of patients with chronic fatigue syndrome and those of healthy people. These findings could lead to more definitive diagnoses of the syndrome and may also point to an underlying mechanism in the disease process. Chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS) affects between 1 million an [Read More…]

Signs You’re Taking on Too Much

By Lisa Franchi on October 30, 2014

Do you sometimes feel that you have so much to do but too little time to do it? Do you struggle with your personal and work life that you rarely find time to relax and spend more quality time with your family and friends? You are not alone. Thousands if not millions of people feel the same way. The problem is – it can lead to serious health consequen [Read More…]

Here’s Why Oats Is Good for You

By Rebecca Lewis on October 30, 2014

Do you love oatmeal for breakfast? Well, you should! This health food is very easy to prepare and comes with so many amazing benefits! Below are among the best: It’s good for your cholesterol levels. The cholesterol-lowering effect of oatmeal is due to its high soluble fibre content. In a study published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, [Read More…]

Errors Can Benefit Memory, But only if Misses are Close – Study Reveals

By Amy Taylor on October 29, 2014

Committing mistakes is one way to learn. But according to new research, this is true when it is close or meaningful to the accurate response. “Making random guesses does not appear to benefit later memory for the right answer, but near-miss guesses act as stepping stones for retrieval of the correct information — and this benefit is seen in youn [Read More…]

Best Things about Motherhood

By Lisa Franchi on October 29, 2014

Sure thing – motherhood can be full of stress and anxiety. Imagine having to wake up in the middle of the night to check on your baby, change her diapers, or worse – breastfeed. Think about having to say “no” to tons of social invitations because no one will babysit for you. Still, despite all the hardships and sacrifices a woman has [Read More…]

7 Top-Notch Sources of Unsaturated Fats

By Sharon Moore on October 29, 2014

Fats – we all try to avoid it. But don’t you know that there are certain types of fats that are actually good for you and could actually help you lose weight? Don’t get it wrong – your body needs fats, but only in a little amount. Fats are a good source of energy, helps you absorb some nutrients (particularly vitamins A, D, E and K) [Read More…]

What to Do When You Are Overwhelmed

By Lisa Franchi on October 27, 2014

Do you find yourself having so much to do that you don’t even know where to start? Does your day to day work give you so much anxiety and overwhelm?We all go through series of tasks that make us feel hopeless and totally burned out, especially at work. Combine it with your personal issues and financial problems then you are likely to feel like you are [Read More…]

Power up Your Brain with These Tips

By Amy Taylor on October 27, 2014

Yes it’s true – you need to have a healthy body if you want to have a longer life. But you also need to have a healthy mind.So how can you increase your brain power to accommodate more activities every day? While you can splurge in caffeine or some power drinks for temporary boost, nothing beats the natural way. What’s more, these products [Read More…]

Cocoa Compounds Reverse Age-Related Memory Decline, Study Shows

By Rebecca Lewis on October 27, 2014

Dietary cocoa flavanols—naturally occurring bioactive compounds found in cocoa—reversed age-related memory decline in healthy older adults, according to a new study. Ageing is often associated with memory decline. As people age, they often encounter problems like forgetting the names of their acquaintances or where they put certain things like t [Read More…]

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