Get stoked enough to make real changes.

We all want quick fixes. Who wouldn't? Unfortunately, mounds of research indicate that there aren't any quick fixes when it comes to health. Most people (over 90%) who lose weight via a fitness program or diet plan gain it back within a few years. The only way to become your healthiest self (which isn't about weight) is to make changes to your lifestyle. Our hope is to provide educational and inspiring content that will help you make many small choices that lead to a healthy lifestyle over time. We look forward to your engagement and feedback!


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The USDA recommends that we eat 3-5 servings of fruits and vegetables each day, but only 33 percent of Americans are reaching this goal.
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You’ve likely heard that dark chocolate is good for your heart. Did you know this delicious treat is good for your brain too?
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Before you resign yourself to a butter-free diet, you may want to consider a compound in butter known as butyric acid.
Borax is often touted as a natural cleaning agent, but is it safe?
Ghee has a long history of use in Indian cuisine and in other types of food around the world, for both its flavor and health benefits.
It might seem counterintuitive that some foods actually release more nutrients when cooked, especially with the popularity of raw diets..