Springtime is in the air,—it’s irises and daffodils, basketball and baseball, sunshine and snowstorms; it’s the moody transition of winter to spring.
As the winds of March blow, heralding spring, bringing with them that yearning for the first day for a hike or taking a long drive in the cou
Run down, exhausted, bone-tired, drained, worn out, zonked. However you choose to say it, you’ve likely experienced it.
It’s a season of renewal colored in every hue of green, from verdant fields to the crisp, fresh salad piled high on your plate.
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5-Hydroxytryptophan (5-HTP) is the intermediate between tryptophan and serotonin. It is used by the body to make serotonin, an important substance for normal nerve and brain function.
If you feel perpetually tired, stressed out, and can’t imagine living without caffeine, the problem may not just be too much to do and too little sleep. You could be on the verge of adrenal exhaustion.
Ahhh-choo! Yes, it’s that time again—flowers blooming, bees buzzing and lots of sneezing—the all-too-familiar sights and sounds of spring.
The Rocky Mountains draw thousands of visitors each year, and whether here to hit the slopes in the winter or hike a “fourteener” in the summer, they come for a relaxing mountain getaway.
Ayurveda is the ancient healing system that is believed to have originated on the Indian subcontinent some 5,000 years ago. In Sanskrit, the word Ayurveda translates to “life-science” and it is strongly based on the philosophy that human beings are a part of nature. As such, the elements air, ether, fire, water and earth comprise everything in the universe, including human beings.
William Shakespeare wasn’t thinking about vitamins, but he could have been when he penned the line, “To B or not to B: that is the question.”