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Taylor Marks

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Taylor Marks is a certified holistic health coach and professionally trained chef from The Institute of Culinary Education. Her passions include the latest research in health science, culinary arts, holistic wellness, and guiding others towards feeling their best.

Chocolate-Covered Peanut Butter-Filled Dates AKA Healthy Snickers

If you have a sweet tooth or you’re considering participating in an Ironman, this recipe is for you. These chocolate-covered peanut butter-filled dates (AKA healthy Snickers) will change your dessert game. Dates are chewy, sweet fruit that contain a range of nutrients. Dates are high in fiber, potassium, magnesium, antioxidants,...

Improved Brain Function From Movement and Functional Neurology: Dr. David Hardy

What is functional neurology and who can benefit from it? Can functional neurology make you smarter? What does Dr. Hardy test for to determine the health of the brain? What is the relationship between moving and thinking? How can you address age-related cognitive decline with functional neurology?...

Mouth Breathing Is Ruining Your Health: Patrick McKeown

Is there a proper way to breathe? What are the health consequences of mouth breathing? How can you change the way you breathe? How does mouth breathing impact dental health? What about snoring? What is the importance of down-regulating before sleep? How does breathing impact our blood...

Fructose’s Effect on the Brain: Dr. Richard Johnson

What is the relationship between fructose and Alzheimer’s disease? Does fructose cause inflammation? How does fructose impact blood pressure? What about cancer? What role does fructose have in obesity and diabetes? What role does fiber have in the absorption of fructose? Does how quickly you drink a sugary...

Not Your Grandma’s Oatmeal: The Ultimate Breakfast Fuel

Eat for the day that you are having. That’s our motto. For the days that you are going to be hitting the gym hard or getting 15k+ steps exploring a new city, you need to fuel your muscles and cells with carbohydrates, protein, and healthy fats. Having balanced meals...

Big Bad Blood Pressure – You Can Fix This: Dr. Robert Todd Hurst

What is high blood pressure? How many people have high blood pressure? What things contribute to high blood pressure? What lifestyle changes can we make to treat or prevent high blood pressure? What is the benefit of aerobic exercise? What about strength training? What is the impact...

Brain Health and Mood: The Importance of the Right Omega-3s: Corinna Bellizzi 

What are omega-3s? Why are they so important to our health? How can you know if you are deficient? Where can you get omega-3s? What is a polar lipid? What role do algae play in omegas? What is the risk of oxidation? What’s the difference between algae-based...

Matcha Chia Seed Pudding: The Ultimate Beautifying, Energizing, and Metabolism-Boosting Breakfast

Whether you’re a morning person or you hit snooze 5 times before getting up, this matcha chia seed pudding, packed with antioxidants and metabolism boosting properties, will leave you feeling energized and give you a glow from the inside out.   Ingredients 3 tablespoons chia seeds  1 tsp of matcha (use...

Solutions for Financial Wellness: Jacqueline Catala

Why is the tech industry a great career option for people over 50? How do you get into the industry? Where should someone start? What online schools and programs are the best for learning these skill sets? What is the discrepancy between our lifespan and our wealth...

Broccoli Sprouts 101: Food for Slowing Aging

Broccoli sprouts are grabbing the wellness world’s attention, and for good reason. Broccoli sprouts, and cruciferous vegetables in general, are full of fiber, protein, and glucoraphanin, a compound that the body converts into sulforaphane. Sulforaphane activates the NRF2 pathway which “affects the expression of over 200 genes including antioxidant...
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