Is it possible to eat healthy at Thanksgiving?

Research shows that some people consume over 5,000 calories on Thanksgiving Day without even realizing it. If you think that number is a stretch, try adding up the calories on some of your favorite holiday dishes like mashed potatoes, stuffing, green bean casserole, and pumpkin pie. Although the traditional holiday favorites are high in calories,…

How Being Grateful can Improve your Health

Over the last decade, it has been well-documented that gratitude contributes to psychological well-being. Being thankful can make people happier, improve their relationships, and even potentially counteract depression. Some recent studies also suggest that grateful people have fewer aches and pains, healthier hearts, and improved sleep. While the research on the relationship between gratitude and…