Mental Health

 · 8 min read

4 Bedtime Drinks to Improve Sleep and Aid Weight Loss (Recipes)

Do you ever have those days where you leave home only to be hit by a reality you haven’t noticed in a while? Everyone’s walking around with raccoon eyes and blank stares on their faces, looking unkempt and sluggish, seeming like they’ve kind of given up… It’s not just you who has been noticing. Just […]

Sarah Biren

Sarah Biren

Founder of The Creative Palate

 · 3 min read

9 Habits of The Longest-Living People In The World

Humans have pursued longevity in life for centuries. Recent studies on populations in the Blue Zones—regions where people live exceptionally long lives—have provided valuable insights in this area. These zones include Okinawa, Japan; Sardinia, Italy; Nicoya, Costa Rica; Ikaria, Greece; and Loma Linda, California. Here are ten habits shared by the longest-living people in these […]

Sean Cate

Sean Cate

Freelance Writer

 · 6 min read

Dr. Oz’s Mother Had Alzheimer’s and He “Completely Missed” the Signs—Here’s What You Need to Know About Alzheimer’s

Dr. Oz, known for his role as the host of The Dr. Oz Show, said his mother, Suna Oz, 81, was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s. He said that he didn’t recognize the symptoms, even as his mother’s behavior changed. He and his sisters noticed some odd things—their mother was struggling to find her words, and her […]

Jenn Ryan

Jenn Ryan

Freelance Health & Wellness Writer

 · 3 min read

Scientists Find Natural Antidepressants In Gardening Soil

Gardening enthusiasts adamantly tout the long list of benefits include stress reduction and mood improvement. But, why stop there? Could tending to a garden, breathing in fresh air and exposure to Vitamin D sunshine rays help those suffering from depression? The votes are in and experts say “yes.” The answer lies in the actual antidepressant […]

Gemma Fischer

Gemma Fischer

Freelance writer

 · 4 min read

Panic attacks and anxiety are linked to certain vitamin and mineral deficiencies

Panic and anxiety are normal emotions that we all experience occasionally. When anxiety becomes chronic, and panic turns into full-blown panic attacks, this becomes a major health problem. It’s well-known that vitamin and mineral deficiencies can lead to various health problems, but did you know that they can also be linked to anxiety and panic […]

Julie Hambleton

Julie Hambleton

The Hearty Soul Team

 · 4 min read

Pumpkin Seeds: 9 Benefits of Nature’s Super Seed

Pumpkin seeds are a small but mighty superfood that has been enjoyed for centuries. Not only do they taste delicious, but they also offer a wide range of health benefits. So if you’re looking for a delicious way to add a healthy crunch to your breakfast, lunch, dinner, and snacks – look no further. This […]

Julie Hambleton

Julie Hambleton

The Hearty Soul Team

 · 7 min read

The Connection Between Air Pollution, Alzheimer’s and Cancer that Nobody Told You About

Air pollution is a well-known danger to our health, with studies linking it to respiratory diseases, cardiovascular issues, and even premature death. However, what many people are unaware of is the connection between air pollution, Alzheimer’s disease, and cancer. In addition to the outdoor pollutants that we often associate with air pollution, indoor dust also […]

Julie Hambleton

Julie Hambleton

The Hearty Soul Team

 · 3 min read

Personality Traits That Are Most Associated With Getting a Dementia Diagnosis

Dementia is a progressive condition that affects cognitive function, including memory, thinking, and behavior. While aging is the most significant risk factor for developing dementia, recent research suggests that certain personality traits may also play a role in predicting one’s risk for dementia. In a study supported by the National Institute on Aging (NIA), several […]

Julie Hambleton

Julie Hambleton

The Hearty Soul Team

 · 4 min read

Being Forgetful Could Be A Sign Your Brain is Actually Working Properly, According to Scientific Research

In your conversations, on television and while you’re surfing the web, it’s rare to hear about forgetfulness in a positive context. Usually, people attribute memory loss – long-term or short-term – to early-onset dementia or Alzheimer’s disease. We’ve written many articles about memory loss and other warning signs of Alzheimer’s or dementia at The Hearty […]

Leah Berenson

Leah Berenson

Freelance Writer

 · 4 min read

Having a Sister Is Beneficial To Your Mental Health, Studies Show

Let’s get the common knowledge out there before anything else. Sisters are straight-up annoying (I know. I’m one). They act like they are in charge all the time and always try to have their way. Deep down, you love them fiercely and you would go to the ends of the earth to protect them, but […]

Sarah Biren

Sarah Biren

Founder of The Creative Palate