Healthy Living

The Wellbeing of Mental Health

World Mental Health Day is when we take a moment to shed light on a topic that is considered taboo. Mental health can often be an uncomfortable conversation because it’s not a black and white topic. But when we start the dialogue, knowledge and compassion show up! If you know someone who has been affected […]


Breathe Deep: Celebrating National Yoga Month

Yoga is a sacred ritual in Indian culture where it has been practiced for over 5,000 years. It became popularized in the west during the 1980s, where it soon blossomed into a $16 billion-dollar industry. Now combining a traditional and modern perspective, yoga is an individual interpretation which makes it a uniquely personal practice. The Roots of Yoga […]


Chef Tips: Breakfast On-The-Go

Today’s post and recipe comes from our friend Seamus Mullen, an award-winning chef, restaurateur, cookbook author, and leading authority in the conversation on food, health and wellness.

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Life is busy. We never seem to have enough time: to cook, relax, or complete all the little errands that are constantly accumulating on our “to-do” lists. Eating a healthy breakfast is a small but effective way to set your day on the right track. Unfortunately, breakfast often ends up taking a backseat or is completely sacrificed because of our lack of time. While I may not be able to gift you extra hours in the day, I may be able to help you better organize your breakfast so you can spend less time in the kitchen and still have a filling and healthy meal.


Healthy Snacks that Boost Your Mood

  Have you ever felt that wave of bliss after enjoying a good meal? You’re not alone: the foods you eat not only contribute to your overall health, but they can improve your mood, too. If you’re looking to put some pep in your step consider adding some of these good mood foods to your diet: Dark Chocolate […]


Bring on Spring: How to Handle Seasonal Allergies

Spring means the return of warm weather, but it also means the start of allergy season. From the sniffles to itchy eyes, headaches to asthma and beyond, seasonal allergies affect millions of people every year. In fact, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, allergies are the sixth leading cause of chronic illness in […]


5 Things To Do Instead of Watching the Big Game

Across the nation, football fans are gathering at sports bars or hosting parties at home to watch the big game. Sure it’s a favorite American holiday for sports fans, but some of us are just not into it. If you fall into the latter crowd, go ahead and treat yourself to something you actually want to do today. You can always catch the highlights tomorrow. Here are five things to do that don’t involve football.


Chef Tips: How to Have an Easy Healthy Lunch

Life can get really busy this time of year. We all go head-first into the New Year with intentions to take better care of ourselves, lose that extra 10 pounds, or simply improve our health altogether. But too often the hectic game of life gets the better of us. A lot of people especially struggle to eat well at work. I’ve found that it’s easiest to stay on track with my health and nutrition by following these three guidelines.


6 Steps to Conquering Portion Control

Proper portion control saves money and time, improves digestion, and helps reach or maintain a healthy weight for all body types. It sounds simple in theory, but it can be difficult to execute – especially if you love to eat! Don’t worry, we’re here to simplify things for you! Take a look at our 6 tips and conquer portion control once and for all.