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6 Ways You Sabotage Yourself When You’re Feeling Fat (And How to Stop!) by Tera W. Patient Expert Posted Mon 24 Oct 2011 3:38pm Raw Food Recipes Raw Food Health Green Smoothies Tera Tidbits Success Stories Raw Food for Women Raw Food for Kids Raw Food for Men Natural Body Care Uncategorized 10 Reasons Why You Should Get a Blendtec Blender Are You Getting Enough Calcium on the ... Read on »
Sleep: What the Research Actually Says by Eric C. Healthy Living Professional Posted Thu 09 May 2013 7:32pm As a complete workaholic, I have a tremendous interest in the acute and chronic effects of sleep deprivation on both performance and health.  And, as a performance coach to many athletes who generally go to "work" from 1pm-1am each afternoon/evening and often consume far too much caffeine, I'm always looking for good material to pass along th ... Read on »
MTBI and mental health by Broken Brilliant Patient Expert Posted Wed 04 Nov 2009 10:04pm I’ve been thinking a lot about how TBI (especially MBTI) can either masquerade as mental illness… or lead to it. Not being a psychotherapist, I can’t speak to the intimate details of what makes a person mentally ill, but being a multiple MTBI survivor, I can speak to my own experiences. In my recent post The Disordered Life and the Need fo ... Read on »
Thoughts, hikes and healthy chocolate by Ulyana M. Posted Tue 15 Jun 2010 6:51pm Out of all of the things you have to dedicate time and energy to, where do you find yourself? Work, family, social life and so forth take a big chunk of ourselves and because we are committed human beings, we make it work but to what sacrifice? I don't blame how hopeless some people can feel. Imagine after all you do in a day, havi ... Read on »
Are you mentally strong enough to succeed? by Marni R. Healthy Living Professional Posted Sun 21 Apr 2013 8:10pm Did you know that we have over 50,000 thoughts a day? According to some research , the majority of our thoughts are negative. As a writer and a speaker, I feel my brain is on over-drive from the moment I get up until I go to bed. I am always thinking and some of my best thoughts come when I am working out as I feel the rush of adrenaline and blo ... Read on »
Fighting the Aging Brain by Anthony Cirillo Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Mon 15 Nov 2010 6:00am This guest post is contributed by Alisa Gilbert, who writes on the topics of  bachelors degree .  She welcomes your comments at her email Id:  alisagilbert599@gmail.com .     Everyone knows that the older they get the more forgetful they seem to be. This is because as we age, we not only begin to lose brain cells but our bodies make less ... Read on »
Brain foods improve cognitive fi... by Rev. Dr. Richard B. Patient ExpertComplimentary & Alternative Medicine Posted Sun 24 Aug 2008 4:57pm Brain foods improve cognitive fitness and enhance mental power. It’s possible to improve the brain’s performance by including brain foods in our diet. Eating the right foods can boost IQ, improve mood and concentration and sharpen memory. A diet containing specific brain foods also helps to decrease the effects of oxidation and inflammati ... Read on »
Negative Emotions and Illness by Alex Ortner by Toni Kaste Posted Fri 22 Jul 2011 12:00am Wanted to post a link to this instead  of the entire email but couldn't figure out how to,  looked like a message I needed to hear today...thought I'd pass it along... do YOU need this message as well??? If Research Shows That Negative Emotions Can Lead Illnesses to Worsen...What Do You Think Your Emotions Are Doing Fo ... Read on »
Meal Planning, or the Lack Thereof (Overcoming Disordered Eating, Part Three) by TheSmartCook Posted Thu 14 Nov 2013 6:43am I can now check “successful first presentation” off of my PhD checklist! So, how about one more section of my Behavior Change Journal? Then, perhaps tomorrow we’ll take a recipe break, and actually make some food instead of just talking about it. For a recap of what this project is, and where I started, check out the first and s ... Read on »
Folic Acid can mask B12 deficiency by Marie L. Patient Expert Posted Tue 26 Aug 2008 4:31pm I got this from Newswise , a journalists'-only news service that broadcasts breaking health news before it gets out to the general public. Folate, or its synthetic form, folic acid, is good for brain health. But there’s concern that this brain booster could mask deficiencies in vitamin B-12, which can result in mental decline and othe ... Read on »