“yoga has the potential to be a cost-effective treatment and prevention strategy given its low cost, lack of expensive equipment or technology, potential greater adherence and health-related quality of life improvements, and possible accessibility to larger segments of the population.” Because of its emphasis on breath, yoga is a great reset for your nervous system.Continue reading “Evidence Shows Yoga Is Beneficial Therapy for Cardiovascular Health :: EDGE Boston, MA”
Chronic stress increases inflammation, and inflammation contributes to health problems both chronic and acute, from weight gain to indigestion to heart disease. The good news: there are ways to work with your to-do list and lower your stress, helping you stay sane, healthy and even more productive.
If you’re one of those folks who sails through this season with grace and ease, and nary a dark thought, then go ahead – skip this column.
I have been preaching for many, many years, that the calories in/calories out model does not work. Here’s what does.
I have been trained and certified by Endocrinologist Diana Schwarzbein, M.D., in her program to heal your metabolism, lose excess fat, prevent and reverse the degenerative diseases of aging, and eliminate cravings and addictions.