Posts by Evan Zingman

Self-Isolation Stress Management, No Medication Required

If your family is still in a self-isolation holding pattern, you’re probably feeling the stress. And as schools prepare to resume, your entire family is likely on edge trying to figure out how to remain calm in the face of uncertainty. Fortunately, there are many ways to keep the peace, both with your family and…

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Improve Your Mental Wellness with Exercise

Anxiety and depression affect more than 40 million Americans. Dementia, according to the World Health Organization, affects 50 million people worldwide, with 10 million new cases reported annually. Other forms of mental illness such as ADHD and PTSD are also widespread and in many cases severely debilitating. Unfortunately, these numbers, large as they are, don’t…

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How To Get Rid of a Hangover, Fast

If you’re trying to avoid consequences to your actions, then you came to the right place. The easy solution to prevent hangovers would be to reduce alcohol intake or not drink at all. But it’s 2020…and honestly, who are we kidding in saying that is easy? Here are a few ways to get rid of…

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DIY Self Care Hacks for Your Health

In a time where so much is uncertain, spending time on self care can help keep you feeling healthy and ready to take on the day. Keeping your stress levels down is important for your overall health, and can contribute to your feelings of overall wellness.  Having a self care routine can also promote stability…

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October 2020 Nutrition Newsletter

A recent review of literature in 2018 evaluates the potential impact of nuts and seeds on gut microbiota and their role in weight management and obesity prevention. Nuts provide prebiotic fiber which affects energy regulation. The researchers suggest that nuts may aid in weight control through the maintenance of gut barrier integrity, anti-inflammatory effects and…

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Getting Your Picky Eater to Try New Foods

Having a picky eater at your table can be a test of your patience. You work hard to prepare healthy meals that taste good, but one of your children refuses to even consider it. You try to find ways to get your kids to eat new things and maybe you have even found a few…

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The Change to Embrace in the Pandemic? A Healthier Outlook

While the pandemic has brought about many unfortunate and stressful circumstances, it has also given us the chance to make positive changes, such as taking time to focus on self-care. Read on for ways to embrace a healthier outlook for short- and long-term benefits. The drive to take care of one’s body The novel coronavirus…

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Superfoods: The Powerhouse of Nutrients

Superfoods, or supergreens, are a powerhouse source of nutrients that is only recently coming to the forefront. Yes, we have been subconsciously manifesting their benefits across centuries, but it is only recently that we have realized that they can be classified into a group of their own and consciously integrated into our diets. In the…

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Brain Health and Quality of Life for Seniors

Cognitive decline in seniors is a widespread and serious problem that not only diminishes the quality of life for the individual, but causes untold heartache for family and friends. In addition to causing emotional stress, dementia and other conditions that impair brain function in seniors create extremely challenging conditions for healthcare, and in some cases,…

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Motivation Power Ebook

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