Breakfast: Is it Really that Important?
At certain times of the day, our bodies are primed to digest food, absorb nutrients, and produce insulin at peak efficiency. Linda Lindsay examines how breakfast relates to circadian rhythms, and why you might not want to skip this morning meal.
“Healthy” Foods That Aren’t
Certain foods like granola bars and yogurt may seem healthy, but don't let the packaging fool you.
Ease the Sneeze
It's allergy season, which is even worse due to the drought. But you don't need to rely on over-the-counter medication to treat your sneezing and itchy eyes when there are natural treatments.
Let the Sun Shine In
Blowing the Lid Off Sports Drinks
How Much Can a Body Take?
This month, Linda took a look back over the 100 articles she has written for Moonshine Ink and asks: How much can a body take?
Performance in a Bottle
Do sports drinks really help you recover and perform better? Yes and no.
The Key to Good Habits
How should you classify your habit forming techniques?
The Power of Om
Meditation actually changes the brain’s structure, thickening areas associated with sensory processes and attention, and slowing (and possibly reversing) age-related loss of brain tissue in the grey and white matter.
Tempting, but Troublesome
All color additives require FDA approval, so we assume they’re safe. But over the years, more artificial dyes have been banned than any other type of additive, mostly due to cancer risk.