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5. Practical Tools for Positivity

Now that we have learned the fundamental principles underlying positive thinking and the personality traits that promote it, let’s look at some of the practical tools available to you that can help cultivate a positive outlook in your life.
Biofeedback
Your physical state mimics your mental state. When you are happy and

Cooking with Crucifers: Delicious Vegetable Side Dish Ideas

Cruciferous vegetables are high in several nutrients and can play a significant role in maintaining your health. These vegetables, which include cabbage, broccoli, Brussels sprouts, kale, kohlrabi, cauliflower, turnips, collard greens, watercress, radishes, and rutabaga, “are a rich source of fiber, vitamins A, C, K, and folate, and minerals like

Are Carbs the Enemy? Six Myths about Carbs

Everyone and their mom seem to have an opinion about carbohydrates. How much you should eat, when you should eat them, why you should never eat fruit after lunch—there is no shortage of advice regarding carbs and people ready to wage war on them. Does all this conflicting information leave

Sweet Potatoes vs. Potatoes

Sweet potatoes have long been labeled as the “superheroes” of the tuber family while white potatoes are the “villains.” But…is this really the case? Let’s take a look at the benefits of sweet potatoes vs. potatoes as compiled by University Health News.
Origin and History
First, let’s look at the origins

Is Peanut Butter Healthy?

Is Peanut Butter Healthy?

Many of us can recall the excitement of opening our lunch box at school and discovering that Mom packed our favorite sandwich—peanut butter and jelly. That classic combination of creamy, sweet, and sometimes crunchy flavor is an American childhood favorite. And even if you’re no longer eating PB&J sandwiches for

What to Look for in a Healthy Cracker

Crackers come in a wide variety of flavors, from salty to sweet, to crunchy, nutty, and cheesy; however, just because they are crackers doesn’t mean they are healthy. For the healthiest ingredients, “Look for a cracker that is whole grain, baked, and low-sodium,” says Jenna Rosenfeld, a registered dietitian at

Spices That Can Improve Your Health

Your spice cabinet is a treasure trove of both interesting flavors and health benefits. Spices not only provide flavor without sodium, they also can lower blood pressure and even improve heart health. Yet, many people still use only a handful of what’s in their cabinet for most of their cooking

Reduce Bloating with These Foods

Bloating is a common discomfort that affects everyone. It is primarily caused by the foods we eat, but it also can be exacerbated by what we don’t get enough of in our diets, such as fiber or fluids.

However, there are dietary strategies that can help reduce or prevent bloating.

“Most important

How Long Does a Cough Last?

How Long Does a Cough Last?

Have you ever had a bad chest cold and then, for weeks after, spent much of your day coughing and hacking? After a week or so, you may have wondered, “How long does a cough last?”—and whether something was really wrong. In the meantime, the cough disturbs your sleep and

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