Our diet has an outsized impact on our physical, mental health and well-being. What we eat has a direct correlation to how we feel. As such, we must remain intentional about what we eat. Here are eight healthy food habits that will help you maintain wellness.
Climate change is here and many people are starting to realize that sustainability is a better way of living. Because climate change greatly impacts our health, having a green lifestyle can make a significant difference. Here are the top ten ways sustainability links to our health.
Fish, shellfish and other marine animals have been an important part of the human diet throughout human history, providing vital nutrients and shaping much of our approach to food. However, as we learn more about the benefits of fish and other seafood consumption, alarming trends are emerging from industrial overfishing, pollution etc. Here are some of the health and sustainability issues of eating fish.
More and more people are going green in their homes, not just to save the environment for future generations, but also to help protect their families now. So, let’s talk about 8 ways you can transition your home into a healthier environment for your family.
Sleep is an essential part of our well-being. The process is vital to both our physical and mental health: studies have shown that people who experience sleep insufficiency are at a greater risk of developing several diseases, including hypertension, diabetes and depression. This infographic outlines the 15 best indoor plants for sleep—like lavender, which lowers the heart rate and relaxes the mind.
Green spaces in urban areas have a significant impact on mental health. Our brains were not wired for urban concrete jungles now home to more than half of the world’s population. Here’s how green spaces affect our health and well-being.
From lavender to lemongrass, rosemary to aloe vera, plants can do wonders for our wellbeing, emotion and the environment around us. Therefore, explore the great health and home improvements offered by the 12 exclusive plants listed in this infographic.
Store bought veggies and fruits are safe to a certain extent. However, the possibility of bacteria and remaining pesticides are still there, enough for us to be concerned. Here are a few things that we should all keep in mind when it comes to handling vegetables and fruits prior to consumption.