The Consequence of Sound: How Loud is Your Life?

There are many things that pollute our world, causing a range of side effects and consequences. It’s been established that air pollution limits our breathing and visibility; water pollution makes us sick and limits our water supplies. Now there is … Read More

Building a Taste for Plant-Based Foods

When diners hear the words “plant-based,” several things can come to mind: lack of flavor, non-filling, tasteless, and even negative textural qualities such as “spongy.” Those who prefer meat as the main attraction of each meal might even picture a … Read More

Wellness Hospitality

Living a healthier lifestyle is about diet and exercise, sure. What’s more, it includes how our environment makes us feel. The growing market of “wellness hospitality,” in which standard travel includes more than nutritious food, also gives us workout retreats … Read More

Elevated Indulgence

Have you caught onto the trend for self-care? At one time, it may have been considered indulgent to, at least at times, put yourself first. Now? Here’s what we’re seeing. Variables such as budget, demographic, lifestyle, and location can all … Read More

Making Time

There’s a new excuse in town. For years we’ve talked about being too busy or having too many priorities. Well, now we’re talking about too many things coming at us at once. We can’t think; we need to find a … Read More

The Rise Of Wellness Technology

Healthcare and technology have come together to create a new category of consumer electronics as the need for rapid diagnosis and treatment have become more of a priority to consumers. Being a part of a fast-paced society, consumers now have … Read More

The Sugar Connection

You don’t have to look far to find a doctor, scientist or dietician who believes sugar is toxic. This flood of individuals speaking out about the common food ingredient has many consumers thinking twice about products that contain too much … Read More

Foodwise: Veggies in Fast Food

The drive-thru was once a staple for hard-working families trying to find the balance between career and family life. Together, all of America walked this tightrope, balancing families and careers, with the mindset of, “We can have it all!” This … Read More

Emerging Evidence: The New Underground

They sold their souls for cinnamon rolls. … Read More

The Red Meat Conundrum

I just had one of those confusing scenarios where one study touts something positive about a subject and then I saw another study telling you the same thing is bad. It’s not that unusual to have conflicting studies because there … Read More