IN YOUR DAILY DOSE: today is research demonstrating what many have already discovered . . . you are what you eat.
MAKING CHANGES: Eating at fast food restaurants, dessert every meal, sugar ladened coffee in the afternoon and a lack of exercise has taken a significant toll on the health of Americans. Making changes to your lifestyle choices is the ONLY way to enjoy better health.
FACT OR FICTION: Our solar system is an amazing display of light, mass and gas. One planet is named after the Roman god of war. Can you guess which planet?
IN YOUR DAILY DOSE: today from the University of Illinois researchers found a link between specific foods you’re eating daily and your cognitive abilities.
MAKING CHANGES: Adding a few items to your diet may make significant changes to your thinking abilities.
FACT OR FICTION: There is one country where there are more large animals of one species than there are people.
IN YOUR DAILY DOSE:today is research that links navigational skills with cognitive skills and your age.
MAKING CHANGES: Age related decline may be delayed or prevented by making changes to your lifestyle.
FACT OR FICTION: Saturn is the 6th planet from the sun but is large enough that you can see it with your naked eye.
IN YOUR DAILY DOSE: today from Rockefeller University is research that demonstrates how your gut and body conversation may lead to new treatments for chronic disease.
MAKING CHANGES: Small changes to your diet may improve your gut microbiome.
FACT OR FICTION: Dogs are amazing creatures, both what they do for us and what they do instinctively. They have several ways of marking their territory and telling dogs who come along after them who has been there and a little about themselves. Do you know how they do this?
IN YOUR DAILY DOSE: today is research from Beth Deaconess Hospital demonstrating a link between snoring in children and further health problems.
FACT OR FICTION: A deciduous forest is a fun place to explore with your family and friends. You might be surprised what lives there.
IN YOUR DAILY DOSE: today is research demonstrating that adding cinnamon to your daily diet may have some health benefits.
MAKING CHANGES: It’s easy if you like cinnamon - and if you don’t we have another technique you can use.
FACT OR FICTION: We can’t get to work, visit family and friends or get from point A to point B without them in the time they take us. But, they are more complex today than they were just 5 years ago. Does this make them more efficient or just more complicated?
IN YOUR DAILY DOSE: today is research demonstrating specific populations of men are at higher risk of a heart condition that has dangerous consequences.
MAKING CHANGES: The changes here are much easier said than done, but still simple.
FACT OR FICTION: In today’s fact or fiction you’ll discover some pretty fun facts about bears - the brown, the black and the speckled.
IN YOUR DAILY DOSE: today is research demonstrating children who are physically fit may have more gray matter.
MAKING CHANGES: Helping you and your child make decisions that improve your physical fitness.
FACT OR FICTION: The smallest bird is tiny and the fastest is faster than a Cheetah. You’ll be surprised by these quick facts about birds.
IN YOUR DAILY DOSE: today is research from Florida Atlantic University that once again demonstrates the effectiveness of intermittent fasting in supporting good health and anti-aging.
MAKING CHANGES: We’ll give you a few tips to integrating intermittent fasting into your daily schedule.
FACT OR FICTION: Horses are smarter than you might think!
IN YOUR DAILY DOSE: today is research that gives you one more reason to add almonds to your daily routine.
MAKING CHANGES: Nothing today!
FACT OR FICTION: Snakes help keep rodents from overpopulating the earth. They might look a bit creepy, but they serve a real purpose. Although not all produce venom they all have forked tongues - guess what they are used for . . . .