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December 30, 2019
Year in Review: 2019 Health Trends

From meditation and one-stop shop wellness to CBD everything, here are our top five 2019 health trends!

December 11, 2019
Five Herbs to Calm Anxiety & Promote Well-Being

Feeling anxious or stressed out? Here are five super-healing herbs that can help calm you down and promote overall health and well-being.

October 28, 2019
October Is Breast Cancer Awareness Month: Here’s What You Need to Know

The Institute for Integrative Nutrition honored Breast Cancer Awareness Month with an exclusive webinar event, as well as published blog content focusing on how nutrition can help you opt...

October 18, 2019
How to Get Better Sleep: Ten Ways to Improve Your Sleep Health

Lack of sleep has been linked to many health issues, but it’s not just the quantity of your sleep – it’s also the quality. Learn how sleep can impact your well-being and ways to improve y...

October 14, 2019
What Is a Plant-Based Diet and Is It Actually Better for Me?

A plant-based diet focuses (or should focus) on whole, plant-based foods. But are meat alternatives and other common staples in this diet healthier options? We’ll help answer that and mor...

October 10, 2019
Is Red Meat Bad for You? How to Navigate the Ever-Changing Nutrition Science

Why and how can research studies come to such different conclusions about food and its impact on our health? We’ll share some best practices for deciphering nutrition science and how to l...

August 16, 2019
What Do Serving Sizes Even Mean?

Ever wonder how much of something you’re supposed to eat? It can be confusing to figure out, so we’ve broken down what serving sizes are, how they’re different from recommended servings,...

June 25, 2019
How to Add Fiber to Every Meal

You’re probably not getting enough fiber – here’s how to fix that!

April 3, 2019
Diet and Autoimmune Disease

Autoimmune conditions are on the rise. Read on to learn more about these conditions and how diet may play a role in their progression.