Six Pillars Of Health


Nutrition is a complicated topic, and there's a lot of controversial information on it. What should we eat to be healthy? What should we avoid? 

I think Michael Pollan nailed it when he said: “Eat food. Not too much. Mostly plants.” For those of you who don’t know…

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Physical Activity

You probably know that being physically active is good for us. Not only does it decrease your risk of heart attacks and strokes and help to keep your weight under control, but it also makes your muscles and bones stronger and fitter. The latter allows you to be ab…

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There has been a recent trend in our society to under-sleep. Many people view it as “wasted” time. Being able to function on a small amount of sleep is equated with strength, courage, and productivity. However, research shows that good sleep is necessary for healt…

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Mental Health and Stress Management

Research shows that about 70% of visits to family doctors are due to issues related to stress and lifestyle. When you're stressed and overwhelmed, you're less likely to practice healthy habits -- but the thing is, these healthy habits (such as exercising, eating n…

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Importance of Quitting Smoking/Vaping

Tobacco products kill one out of every two people who use them.

On average, smokers die about ten years earlier than people who have never smoked. Smokers nowadays generally smoke fewer cigarettes than was the norm a few decades ago, but they still have a greater…

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Social Connections & Social Media

Positive social interactions are key to maintaining good emotional health --- but social interaction doesn't mean social media. The two are very different, as a matter of fact, and aren't interchangeable. Let's take a look at the difference between the two, as wel…

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