Dermatologists say it helps with everything from acne to dry skin. The overwhelming opinion within the skincare community is that vitamin F should be your skin's new friend. But what is it? Well, in short, vitamin F is fat. In skincare, vitamin F is used to represent linoleic acid, an essential fatty acid that is … Continue reading Vitamin F
Optimize Your Hormones To Burn Fat. Fat Loss is pretty simple: Eat fewer calories than you burn and throw in some activity. And while this is a big piece of the puzzle, it’s not the whole thing. In fact, there is a lot going on underneath the surface that affects how much fat you lose, how fast you lose it, … Continue reading Fat Loss and Hormones
What you need to know about Vitamin E Vitamin E is a fat-soluble vitamin with several forms, but alpha-tocopherol is the only one used by the human body. Its main role is to act as an antioxidant, scavenging loose electrons—so-called “free radicals”—that can damage cells. It also enhances immune function and prevents clots from forming … Continue reading Vitamin E
“WHEN YOU FIND YOUR PURPOSE,GREAT THINGS HAPPEN” A DIFFERENT BREED OF COFFEE Respect is at the root of our coffee -- respect for skilled growers, inspired sippers, dedicated staff, and each coffee tree itself. We source all beans from independent farmers in Honduras, whose coffee-growing experience goes back generations. Reversing the industry-standard supply chain economy, … Continue reading SPIRIT ANIMAL COFFEE
Environmental Health: Being more earth friendly, recycling, appreciation of nature and the environment, enjoying the outdoors. Example: Riding your bike to work, walking places instead of driving, hiking, traveling, enjoying outdoor sports or activities, or being involved in community clean up.
Health is more complex than just eating right and exercising. It entails multiple dimensions. Individuals must maintain these 6 dimensions for longevity of life and happiness. In order to keep a healthy status we need to make sure we are not compromising any of these dimensions.
Physical Health: Practicing healthy eating habits, being physically active, feeling well, resistance to disease, taking care of out bodies, and our ability to heal.Example: Adding more fruits and vegetables to your diet, cutting back on processed foods, exercising regularly or getting enough sleep.
Social Health: Interactions with others, developing healthy relationships/friendships, adopting to social situations, social bonds and support. Example: Keeping in touch with friends, joining a club, participating in a community event or meeting new people.
Intellectual Health: Ability to think clearly and critically, problem solving abilities, learning abilities, and knowledge learned throughout life. Example: Reading books, taking classes, learning…
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