How to be a better friend: A relationship series

How to be a better friend: A relationship series

February 05, 2018

As this is the “official” month of love, we decided to kick off a series about how to improve relationships—with friends, colleagues at work, your family or spouse.  In this post, we’re focusing on how to improve your relationship with friends.

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Miso, spinach and kale soup

Miso, spinach and kale soup

February 02, 2018

Miso is a fermented bean paste that is packed with protein.  In fact, a lot of people in Japan start their day eating miso, as it is said to help jumpstart your digestion and give you energy.

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Let's talk about stress

Let's talk about stress

February 01, 2018

Let’s talk about stress. It’s pervasive today.  Unless you live under a rock, there is virtually no way to escape it.  But what effect does it have on you, your body and your well-being?  Let’s break it down.

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Before taking opioids

Before taking opioids

January 22, 2018

There is no question that living with chronic pain is difficult.  Pain from a sudden injury is also tough to deal with, even short term.  And while opioids do serve a purpose, they also carry some very serious risks, including death from an unintentional overdose.

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Fight The Winter Blues

Fight The Winter Blues

January 14, 2018

SAD is a depression that shows up during the same season every year. While it is most common in the winter, some people can experience SAD in the summer, too.

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Eight myths about mental health

Eight myths about mental health

January 09, 2018

According to the Center for Disease Control (CDC), only 17 percent of adults in the U.S. are in “optimal mental health.”  In fact, it is estimated that one in five people deal with some kind of mental health issue—anxiety, depression, PTSD, etc—that impacts our daily life.

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Brain Healthy Dinners

Brain Healthy Dinners

January 02, 2018

Looking for some brain-healthy dinner ideas?  Look no further.  We've got a few suggestions for a quick and healthy dinner.

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The addiction of likes

The addiction of likes

December 27, 2017 1 Comment

No one can argue that social media—Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, etc—has changed the way we interact.  And now enter the iGen (short for iGeneration), the post-millennials who will be born never knowing a world without an iPhone or Facebook. 

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Brain freeze and other random facts

Brain freeze and other random facts

December 08, 2017

Recently, I wrote down a list of random questions I have about the human brain and started doing some research to get answers and dispel urban myths.  Here are 10 things I found most interesting.

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Our testing process

Our testing process

December 04, 2017 1 Comment

As we get ready for the launch of our new supplement, Cerveau, I thought you might like to know about the rigorous testing standards that going into ensuring the quality and efficacy of Cerveau. 

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Tips for avoiding holiday stress

Tips for avoiding holiday stress

November 20, 2017

If you’re a fan of Seinfeld, then you, like I, have probably fantasized about holding your own Festivus Airing Of Grievances.   But that activity is better left to a sitcom. 

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The health benefits of pets

The health benefits of pets

November 16, 2017

If you’ve ever watched the news or been on YouTube, no doubt you’ve watched a few cute pet videos.  And while you won’t get any argument from me on the cuteness factor, research is showing that pets offer their owners some pretty significant health benefits too.

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