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By Anne Danahy, MS, RDN

A delicious cup of tea can chase away the winter chill, recharge you during the day, or relax you at night.

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By Katey Davidson, MScFN, RD

Turmeric, also known as Curcuma longa, is a yellow spice native to India. It's also a popular herb in traditional Ayurvedic and Chinese medicine.

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By Taylor Jones, RD

Vitamin D is the only nutrient your body produces when exposed to sunlight.

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By Gavin Van De Walle, MS, RD

While everyone has specific life stressors, factors related to job pressure, money, health, and relationships tend to be the most common.

Stress can be acute or chronic and lead to fatigue, headaches, upset stomach, nervousness, and irritability or anger.

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By Franziska Spritzler, RD, CDE

Eating nutritious foods can improve your health and energy levels.

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By Jillian Kubala, MS, RD

Sugary cereals, white bread, soda, granola bars, and energy drinks are examples of foods and beverages that many people consume daily.

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By Heather Cruickshank

  • Signs of holiday cheer can have a flip side for many dealing with loss, anxiety, or depression.
  • Disruptions to your diet, exercise habits, and sleep schedule can also take a toll and lead to holiday blues.
  • Experts say there are clear ways to cope including connecting with others, managing expectations, and practicing self-care.

The holiday season is a joyful time for many people — but it can also be a harbinger of stress.

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By Cheri Bantilan MS, RD, CD

Yarrow tea is brewed from a popular medicinal herb.

Yarrow (Achillea millefolium) has been used for thousands of years for its potential health benefits. In fact, its genus name, Achillea, refers to the warrior Achilles in Greek mythology, as he used yarrow to treat his soldiers' wounds.

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By Gavin Van De Walle, MS, RD

It's important to rehydrate after any activity that causes heavy sweating, such as an intense workout, sauna session, or hot yoga class.

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By José Antonio Rosa

Every day, you make important choices — about whether to feast on fries or take a brisk walk, whether to spend or save your paycheck, whether to buy the sustainable option or the disposable plastic one.

Life is made up of countless decisions. The idea of nudging people in the right direction, instead of relying on their internal motivation, has gained traction over the last decade.

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By Julia Ries

  • Alcohol activates the GABA system causing us to feel less anxious and relaxed. If you stop drinking, your GABA system is still overcompensating and gets mixed up, leading to a spike in anxiety.
  • Drinking can also impact your ability to get REM sleep, which can affect mood.
  • Alcohol can help trigger a chemical that impacts the "flight or flight" response leading to anxiety

For many people, drinking and the holidays go hand in hand.

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