Infatuation is often confused with love. They say love makes you do crazy things, but what if infatuation is the real culprit?
In the world of science, infatuation is a term that describes the way your brain chemistry becomes altered when you’re strongly attracted to someone. Some people call it a crush, some call it obsession, and some unknowingly call it love.
If you’re not careful managing your emotions, infatuation can make you do insane, impulsive things that can devastate your overall livelihood and well-being. Some break off relationships and marriages under the impression they’re in love with someone new, while others exhaust their savings accounts or jeopardize their careers just to be closer to that special someone they hardly know.Read More »
Don’t let the “cheese” in cottage cheese deter you from this healthy superfood. If your goal is to lose weight, build muscle, and improve your metabolism, it’s time to stock your refrigerator with cottage cheese!
Cottage cheese offers an array of health benefits: it’s packed with nutrients, convenient to eat, and keeps you feeling full for long periods of time thanks to its high protein content. Even if you’re not trying to lose weight or build muscle, cottage cheese lends to a stronger immune system and improved overall bodily function.Read More »
Playing Frisbee is one of my favorite leisure activities. I’m always joking about how the man of my dreams will know how to properly throw a Frisbee and want to play with me regularly. Frisbee is fun, and puts me in a great mood.
My friend and I try to play at least once per week. In the beginning, our games were relatively mellow and we’d lazily toss the Frisbee back and forth between the 20 feet or so that separated us. Today, our games are played on baseball fields so we have enough room to run for and catch extreme Frisbee tosses.
My friend and I play with two different regulation Frisbees: a neon yellow one for daytime play, and this cool LED Frisbee by GoSports that lights up for nighttime play.Read More »
The microwave was my mom’s favorite go-to appliance when we were growing up. She microwaved canned vegetables to complement steak or chicken, or heated up frozen burritos on the fly if we needed to be somewhere.
Leftovers were stored in plastic storage containers and heated up in the microwave for lunch and dinner. We even used the microwave to heat up candy bars stored in the freezer. My brother and I were always getting sick; if only we knew then what we knew today about the health hazards associated with microwave use.Read More »
Last month I wrote a post on how to make your own homemade shampoo using baking soda. Now that an entire month has passed, I’d like to share what I’ve learned since I published that blog post.Read More »
How much money do you normally spend on shampoo every year? If you go organic or all-natural, shampoo can get costly, especially if you’re shopping at specialty health food stores like Whole Foods or Sprouts. Even Trader Joe’s offers limited options for shampoo, and the brands they sell tend to dry out hair (and to be honest, don’t clean it that great, either).
Lately I’ve become frustrated with shampoo brands because not only am I paying more for natural ingredients, but the shampoos are failing to clean my hair even after massaging it onto my scalp and allowing it to sit for several minutes. Read More »
Ask most people what they visualize when they hear the phrase “hormonal imbalance” and they’ll describe a middle-aged, PMS-ing, menopausal woman. But what many don’t realize is that hormonal imbalance affects both men and women equally, and is partly to blame for major health epidemics such as obesity, low sex drive, and depression.
Thankfully, there are ways you can reverse problems with hormonal imbalance naturally without having to rely on prescription medications and costly invasive treatments.
Check out these 5 healthy ways to regulate and re-balance your hormones.Read More »