Posts Tagged ‘Diet’


Combat SAD


With the start of the winter season, many people begin feeling more tired, sluggish, and slightly depressed which can be a result of a condition called Seasonal Affective Disorder. Ten to 20 percent of people experience a form of winter-onset SAD, a type of depression that starts in early winter and usually disappears during the […]

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Ways to Boost Your Metabolism


It’s already evident that when cold weather comes along, hibernation mode soon follows. A recent Gallup poll confirmed that Americans steadily eat worse and exercise less during the fall and winter months – and even more so in 2011 than last. In November, only 49.8 percent of adults reported exercising for at least 30 minutes […]

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Tips to Reduce Depression


Depression is a common affliction that may be improved by lifestyle changes. If you suffer from depression, it is easy to feel like you are alone. In reality, 20 million people in the United States suffer from depression, according to Medline Plus, an online resource of the National Institutes of Health. Depression can affect anyone. […]

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Diet & Exercise for Seasonal Affective Disorder


For a few years now, doctors and health experts have all advised about the positive effects of exercise.¬† It provides your body with endorphins that help you be more positive and have a better mood. Diet and exercise are important factors for Seasonal Affective Disorder sufferers.¬† Although one of the symptoms of SAD is that […]

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