Have You Considered Your Health Span?!

The medical and health worlds have started to talk more about health span. Giving an overview of the idea, this introduction from a 2019 Harvard Medical School states: In 1919, the average life expectancy for people born in the U.S. was about 56 years. Today, that has risen to almost 79 years. Older populations in particular are growing. … As …

Does Metabolic Syndrome Explain Your Health?

The medical world can’t quite agree on what to call the metabolic dysfunction that affects more than 35 percent of the US population. You’ll hear metabolic disorder, metabolic syndrome, and metabolic disease, but these three names address the same health concern. Quoting from Healthline’s More than One-Third of Americans Have Dangerous Metabolic Syndrome, Metabolic syndrome is a cluster of as …

Maximizing Mitochondria Energy

Looking for more energy? Most people are! Especially if we have kids!! Well, this odd-sounding structure — mitochondria — operates as an energy engine in your cells — but what exactly is the mitochondria and why should we care about it? The healthier our mitochondria, the more energy we have and healthier we are. We find a helpful definition from …

The No-Sleep Assumption!

Sleep is one of the most overlooked contributors to reduced productivity and increase depression and weight gain. Sleep also affects our ability to manage stress. As mentioned earlier, assumptions (when we suppose or act like something is true) can sabotage our health. Not Getting Enough Sleep Will Deteriorate Your Health Here are quick explanations for how lack of sleep affects …