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What Are the Health Benefits of Blueberries?

By Catherine Guthrie

Explore how these remarkable berries provide potent anti-inflammatory relief and improve blood-vessel function.

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4 Life Time Dietitians’ Favorite LifeCafe Summer Eats

By Emily Ewen

Nutrition experts share their go-to orders at the LifeCafe.

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ONE HEALTHY HABIT:
Eat a Rainbow of Plants

By Experience Life Staff

Take advantage of the summer harvest and challenge yourself with this month’s One Healthy Habit to eat more colorful plant-based foods each day.

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11 Berries to Eat and Their Health Benefits

By Catherine Guthrie

These nutrient-dense fruits are good for so much more than breakfast and snacks. Enjoy them as often as you like.

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4 Aphrodisiac Foods to Increase Your Libido

By Mo Perry

An integrative dietitian recommends four favorite foods to increase sex drive.

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4 Herbs to Boost Your Sex Drive

By Mo Perry

An Ayurvedic practitioner offers her go-to herbs for libido support.

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Can Reducing Calories Really Help You Live Longer?

By Helen Martineau

You’ve probably seen headlines that restricting calories can extend your lifespan. The reality might be a little more complicated.

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How to Use Nutrition to Improve Your Libido

By Mo Perry

Interest in sex may wane for many reasons, including aging. Here’s a list of key nutrients and herbs to support a strong, healthy sex drive.

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ONE HEALTHY HABIT:
Hydrate Your Body

By Experience Life Staff

Take this month’s One Healthy Habit challenge to drink more water throughout the day and support your overall health and wellness.

Why do I crave sugar when I’m upset?

Why Do I Crave Sugar When I’m Upset?

By Jessie Sholl

Sweet foods do provide a temporary boost to our mood. However, indulging in this habit can eventually make the stress response worse. Learn more.

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8 Tips for Healthy Grilling

By Camille Berry

Take your cooking outdoors this summer and grill delicious meals with fewer health risks.

why do I still feel hungry after eating?

Why Do I Sometimes Feel Hungry Immediately After a Big Meal?

By Jessie Sholl

It may have something to do with what you ate — or didn’t eat.

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A Guide to Understanding Gluten and Gluten Sensitivity

By Mo Perry

Learn about the latest research on gluten intolerance.

what is my hunger actually telling me?

9 Common Questions Answered About Hunger Cravings

By Jessie Sholl

If you’re feeling famished you probably need food, but sometimes hunger and cravings can clue us in to what we need — physically and emotionally. We just have to tune in to our body.

a variety of health snack ideas to get you through the day

ONE HEALTHY HABIT:
Pack Healthy Snacks

By Experience Life Staff

May’s One Healthy Habit challenge aims to help you handle hunger pangs and afternoon energy slumps.

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7 Nutrients That Provide Allergy Relief

By Jill Patton, FMCHC

Here are some nutrient-rich foods that can help relieve allergy symptoms naturally.

hydroponic plants

How to Eat a More Climate-Friendly Diet

By Mo Perry

We know that our food choices affect our individual health; they also matter to the health of the planet.

apples, onions, peppers and other foods high in quercetine

Can Quercetin Relieve Your Seasonal Allergies?

By Jill Patton, FMCHC

Learn how this common nutrient can provide relief.

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What to Know About Nutritional Supplementation

With Paul Kriegler, RD, CPT
Season 6, Episode 14

There’s a lot of confusion around supplements, leaving many wondering, “What supplements should I take?” or “Do I even need to take any at all?” Paul Kriegler, RD, CPT, shares the top supplements he recommends for most everyone, why supplementing is perhaps more important now than ever, and the importance of quality and how to identify the best options.

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a woman looks sad while eating a microwaveable dinner

Got the Blues? Ultraprocessed Food May Be to Blame

By Craig Cox

Highly processed foods, which are typically high on the glycemic index, can reduce levels of serotonin and dopamine — and potentially contribute to depression and anxiety.

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