Feeling bloated is physically uncomfortable.
The intestines are a whopping twenty-five, to thirty feet long. Meaning, meals have a long way to travel until they meet their exit. Feeling bloated is such a common occurrence, that we often chalk it up to being “human” but it is actually a signal from the body that something is not right.
Check out this article for 13 tips for axing bloat.
Regardless of your skincare woes, if you are looking for an excellent esthetician that will be incredibly invested in your skincare journey, I’d highly recommend traveling the distance to McKinney and working with Allie Nicole.
Allie’s knowledge, attention to detail and careful consideration is like no other esthetician I have worked with. Each time I leave her space, I feel rejuvenated, glowing, hydrated, depuffed and hopeful.
“My goal is to help you understand why you’re experiencing various skin conditions and provide long term solutions, not just “band-aid solutions,” Allie says.
We believe it.
She’s worth the drive.
A shout out to all the hustlers out there but sleep is just as important as diet and exercise.
While there are no magic pills for wellness, one way we can all enhance our quality of life and improve mental health, is to practice better sleep etiquette.
Think sleep is overrated? Insufficient sleep also leads to hormonal imbalance, poor digestion, over-eating, premature aging, poor memory and a weakened immune system.
Get the scoop on how to improve sleep with these 10 hacks.
From “Keto” to “Whole30”, to “gluten-free” and beyond, people gravitate toward certain diets for various reasons— weight loss, low energy, health complications, or even just because it’s trending.
But they are missing one vital component…
Check out this article to get the scoop on the diet hack that can improve your overall well-being.
Magnesium is an essential mineral required by every function and system in the body.
It is responsible for over 300 enzyme reactions and found in the bones, tissues, brain and blood.
It is also one of the most overlooked nutrients. A deficiency in magnesium can cause anxiety, cravings, constipation… you name it.
According to the lay press, 75% of Americans are chronically dehydrated. How can this be when the average American is also known to drink roughly 3 cups of coffee a day?
Americans are chronically dehydrated and it’s not because we are not getting enough fluids. We’re just not hydrating with enough pure drinking water, instead substituting for sports drinks, diet sodas, and more dehydrating fluids, like coffee and alcohol. Coffee does not count.
Are you drinking enough water? Find out in this article.