Today’s Solutions: June 14, 2024

Embracing the chill: Discoveri

Embracing the chill: Discovering the advantages of cold exposure

The majority of research on the health advantages of cold exposure focuses on full-body, up-to-the-neck immersion in ice waters. But who says you can't get your cold-induced goodness in other ways? Sure, the scientific methods are still in the works, but that won't stop us from venturing into the Read More...

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8 things to keep in mind for sustainably sourced spices

When it comes to what we put in our pantries, many of us are already thinking: organic, ethical, fair trade, and sustainable. However, one type of ingredient that may slip our minds is spices! We spice our foods with flavors from all around the world, so it’s important to consider how they’re Read More...

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Why slowing down can help your hustle

We’re a culture obsessed with productivity, but are working fast and working smart the same thing? You can hustle your life away in pursuit of making it, but successful leaders and entrepreneurs know that slowing down is required to build the foundation for success. Slowing down can be the Read More...

Family happily organizes pantry

Reduce home food waste part I: The pantry

Most of us have probably caught on by now: food waste is not a good thing for our wallets or our world. As reported by the National Resources Defense Council, the average American family of four chucks out $1,500 worth of food annually—but according to the experts, you can help improve this dire Read More...

Cute Asian child eating breakfast in a restaurant.

5 ways to get your kids to eat more vegetables

As we all know, the vitamins and minerals packed in fruit and vegetables are essential for a healthy lifestyle. It’s easy for us adults to comprehend this, but as a child silky chocolate bar and crunchy chicken nuggets seem a lot more appealing than ‘yucky’ broccoli. So how do you convince Read More...

For the good of all, make your

For the good of all, make your city more walkable

If you care about humanity, you should be doing what you can to make your city more cyclist- and pedestrian-friendly. Almost everyone benefits, especially the most vulnerable among us, including the poor, the elderly, and the Read More...

No link between saturated fat

No link between saturated fat and heart disease

Saturated, unsaturated, trans, omega-6, omega-3… Like the Eskimo languages famed for having dozens of words for ‘snow’, the modern Western vocabulary is rich in ways to describe fat—as well as advice on which ‘good’ and ‘bad’ fats to seek out or avoid for a healthy diet. But Read More...