January 2017 Newsletter


The Worst New Year’s Resolutions

Happy New Year! Time to promise yourself that this year you will lose weight and get in shape, right? Well, if you are like most of us, those resolutions will last about as long as it takes to read this newsletter. Here are some of the worst weight loss resolutions you can make, and also ways to change them to ones that will actually help you shed the pounds and keep them off. Read More


Meditation is Good For Your Brain

For thousands of years people have used meditation as a way to relax and have a healthy mind. Skeptical? It appears science is starting to show they may be right…meditation is good for your brain and mental health. Researchers now report that people who meditate for about 30 minutes a day have shown significant increases in the gray-matter density of the parts of the brain associated with memory, sense of self, empathy and stress.  Read More


Exercise is the New Miracle Drug

You probably already know, exercise is good for you. But, do you know why or how good it really is? “There is no pill that comes close to what exercise can do,” says Claude Bouchard, director of the human genomics laboratory at Pennington Biomedical Research Center in Louisiana. “And if there was one, it would be extremely expensive.” Exercise shrinks your fat cells. It is great for your brain and might make you happier. Exercise may help you age slower and make your skin look younger. It only takes a few minutes before the benefits start working and it can even help you recover from illnesses.  Read More 



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