Amy Lieberman is a Duke-certified health and habits coach who overcame overwhelm. Now, she helps others find their way past stress to feel better and be better by combining the art of self-care with the science of behavior change.
From cookie platters to deep fried appetizers, temptations abound this time of year. It’s OK indulge—just be sure to brush up on portion sizes to avoid going overboard. Review the basics in this guide.
If you’re in need of a boost after all the holiday travel and celebrations, use these tips on how to relieve stress. They’ll help you hit reset and start the new year off on a relaxed and re-energized note.
While some foods – like fruits and vegetables, lean proteins and healthy fats – support a healthy inflammatory response, others have the opposite effect. Steer clear of these culprits to prevent chronic inflammation.