If you want to push your antioxidant intake beyond what a diet high in fruit and vegetables can supply, then quercetin should be at the top of your list. To recap what you learned previously in Part 1 of this series “Quercetin Explained,” quercetin has a number of unique health- promoting properties.
What is quercetin prized for? Take an in-depth look at this natural antioxidant and how it helps support immune function and cardiovascular health, among other things.
If your skin’s suffering due to stress, too much time indoors, or lost sleep, it’s time to feed your skin from within. Focusing on nutrients that help nourish and protect the skin can help prevent skin damage, revitalize skin, and keep visible signs of ageing at bay.
In an online survey, two in five Canadians (42%) say they went on a diet within the last year with the specific intent of losing weight. And intermittent fasting is one of these diets surging in popularity. But is intermittent fasting just another trendy diet fad?
Is your sleep cycle off- kilter? If you need to reset your circadian rhythm and get a good night’s sleep, natural remedies and good overall sleep hygiene can help.
Premenstrual syndrome (PMS) can make it difficult to get a good night’s sleep, let alone focus on your day’s activities. If painful periods and mood swings are interfering with your daily life, it’s time to take charge and relieve symptoms naturally.
The long days of summer have a lot of advantages. Early sunrises combined with late sunsets mean more time for gardening, outdoor exercise, and evening barbeques. But for those of us who are sensitive to sleep, summer can be an exhausting season.
While sun exposure has the benefits of boosting your body’s vitamin D production and making you feel relaxed, overdoing it can be harmful. Thankfully, there are ways to protect yourself from the dangers of sun and heat exposure while still enjoying your summer at the beach.
All those hours in front of a screen can lead to eye fatigue, eye strain, headaches, and even disrupted sleep as blue light affects your natural circadian rhythm. Learn some ways to reduce eye fatigue when working from home and some quick eye care tips and supplements to support healthy vision.
Stress is fast becoming a way of life for Canadians, with many of us feeling the strain daily. As our stress levels continue to rise, more and more of us are searching for new ways to cope and support both our mental and physical health.