• Cardiovascular Health,  Exercise,  Healthy Hormones,  Nutrition,  Women's Health

    Taking Women’s Health to Heart

    What does someone with heart disease look like? A stressed out CEO? A smoker over 50? Whatever image came to your mind, chances are it was of a male. We think of heart disease as a male problem, but did you know that more women die of heart disease than men? It’s now the leading cause of female deaths worldwide. Yet up until recently, two-thirds of all heart health research has focussed exclusively on men. What’s wrong with this picture?…

  • Blog,  Exercise,  Nutrition,  Sleep,  Stress Management

    Simple Ways to Achieve Peak Mental Fitness

    Should you be concerned about your cognitive health? Consider these facts: Dementia affects between five and eight percent of adults over 60. As the average age of the population rises, that could add up to an astounding 150 million people with dementia worldwide by 2050. Dementia is more complex than most people realize. Although Alzheimer’s disease is the most common cause of dementia, many other diseases can play a role. Mild cognitive impairment (MCI) happens when someone experiences enough impairment…