Garlic isn’t just a crucial flavor enhancer in numerous dishes; it also offers significant health benefits. Multiple studies indicate that incorporating garlic into your diet may lower the likelihood of various cancer types and contribute to managing conditions like hypertension and blood sugar levels.
Pomegranates are now making their seasonal debut. But it’s not just their bright, beautiful color—they are also rich in flavor and high in nutrients. How are they good for your health? Here’s Gina Marie with “Strong Mind and Body.”
Embracing moments of quiet reflection and letting go of constant mental chatter can lead to profound transformations. Contrary to societal norms, finding peace often lies not in overthinking but in the serenity of a quieter mind.
The end of fall offers a golden opportunity to tidy up before the bundled-up winter season. Decluttering your home can help you to clear your mind and enjoy your living space. Gina Marie from ‘Strong Mind and Body’ with some tips to get started.
Brain fog is often characterized by problems associated with concentration, attentional focus, and memory. These feelings can be frustrating, but the good news is there are a variety of treatment options.
The dinner table is a place for good food, laughter, and building family relationships—vital for human health and harmony. Decades of research have shown the many benefits of consistent family dinners for children, such as better academic performance, lower rates of depression, and higher self-esteem.
Don’t underestimate the simple cucumber when it comes to health! It offers a variety of nutritional benefits, including anti-inflammatory properties and skin protection. Cucumbers are also rich in minerals and can help reduce dehydration. We hear more from NTD’s Gina Marie about the abundant benefits of this refreshing fruit in “Strong Mind and Body.”
There’s a concept in the Japanese tea ceremony from Zen, which roughly translates as “One chance in a lifetime,” meaning any meeting you have with someone is unique, fleeting, and will never happen again. NTD delves into the concept of savoring every moment in life rather than rushing through it
Stress may be inevitable, but if handled properly, it can have positive effects. NTD’s Gina Marie shares five simple practices that can transform your experience of daily life and reduce stress levels.
A certain level of stress in life or work can be positive, but if it’s chronic, it can affect your health. NTD has five tips that can give you a quick way to ease your daily burden of stress and frustration. Here’s Gina Marie with “Strong Mind and Body.”
You may want to put down that soft drink: A new study published in the Journal of the American Medical Association says that sweetened drinks are linked to chronic liver disease and even liver cancer. Here’s NTD’s Gina Marie with “Strong Mind and Body.”
If you want to improve your sleep, ease headaches, and even reduce constipation—you may want to consider breakfasts rich in magnesium. Some common breakfast-type foods that are good sources of magnesium include pumpkin seeds, avocado, oats, and milk, to name a few.
Traditional Chinese culture believes in harmony with the seasons. In Summer, people worked more, and in Winter, less. Gina Marie shared some insights from traditional Chinese culture on optimizing the summer season.
There are six electrolytes: Calcium, Chloride, Magnesium, Phosphate, Potassium, and Sodium—all of which affect the body differently when one has low levels of either. Gina Marie explored why each is important and the possible signs of being deficient in either.
Anxiety is a typical stress response that can be beneficial by alerting us to danger or when we need to take care of ourselves. However, anxiety disorders are different than normal feelings of anxiety, often marked by an overwhelming sense of fear and panic out of proportion to the potential danger of the situation. A […]
In traditional culture, wives were taught to be the river that nourishes and forever quenches the thirst for reprieve from the outside world. Presented here are a few timeless tips that women have relied on for generations to maintain and keep their husbands and home happy.
Studies show that adopting a healthier lifestyle by quitting smoking, regular exercise, reducing alcohol consumption, and incorporating chamomile tea into one’s diet can effectively alleviate anxiety symptoms. The inclusion of calming chamomile tea in one’s diet is a calming and effective method as well.
Chronic inflammation is a persistent state of immune system activity linked to severe health problems and risks. One can start by incorporating simple lifestyle habits that can calm the condition, such as good oral hygiene, sound sleep, and relaxation.
Mint, with its aromatic, culinary, and medicinal properties, has been used throughout history. Scientists have confirmed its effectiveness in regulating the nervous system and aiding digestion, constipation, and more.
Now for an episode of ‘Strong Mind and Body,’ where Gina Marie looks at Manuka honey. What exactly makes this viscous honey so special? Made by bees that feed on the Manuka tree found predominantly in New Zealand and Australia, Manuka honey has the most antibacterial and anti-inflammatory benefits of any honey.