Somehow, incredibly, it has been almost four years since I last updated on vitamin K2. There’s a lot to catch up on! Here is an overview of the latest studies and trends.
Exciting new research is adding to the case for vitamin K2 as a breast cancer fighter. Breast cancer is the most prevalent form of cancer worldwide and efforts to improve treatment strategies for patients with the disease are critically important in saving lives.
In today’s world, computers are everywhere. While most of us know how to use them for basic functions, there are still many people who are intimidated by the growing use of technology.
Gary insists that coding is about more than being a programmer. He expresses that it’s about logical thinking. The idea is being able to identify patterns and then knowing how to get the computer to repeat that pattern.
You’ve likely been told to “eat your greens” at some point or another. After all, fruit and vegetables play a critical role in your nutrition and overall health. But is there a way to further enhance the value of farm-fresh, plant-based foods? There sure is, through fermentation!
It is certainly no misnomer that eating carrots helps protect your eyesight, but what else can you do to support your eye health? The focus on low-fat and fat-free diets in recent years will have set many people up for poor eye health in later life. This is because protective compounds like lutein and other more…
Learning how to breathe properly during exercise can do wonders for your performance, stamina, and recovery rate. Knowing when to inhale and exhale during exercise can be tricky, but with a little practice, proper technique can quickly become a healthy habit!
If you find it hard to pay attention, you’ll want to pay attention to the latest study carried out by a team of researchers at UCLA. In an 18-month clinical trial, researchers found evidence that curcumin, the bright yellow pigment found in turmeric root, may help improve attention, memory, and mood in older adults with mild age-related memory complaints.
If you’ve ever spent a night counting sheep after sheep and still not falling asleep, or if you wake up in the early hours and can’t get back to sleep, you’ll know that sleep can sometimes be stressful. Sleep shouldn’t stress you out, though as it’s meant to do the exact opposite!
It’s hard to focus when you’re feeling stressed, and it’s easy to feel stressed when you can’t focus and the work starts piling up. What can you do to break free of this vicious cycle? Is there a better way to handle a stressful workload, learn how to increase productivity, and stop procrastinating? Meet the Pomodoro technique, a productivity hack that can help you stop procrastinating!
My daughter Mary points at the tree in our front yard. “Da da?” she asks? She is one and a half and she isn’t asking if the tree is her father. “That’s a tree” I say. Mary has just started to say words and what sounds like “Da da” is in fact her efforts to more…