Embrace Your Inner Hygge
5 Science–Backed Tips to Avoid Overeating During the Holidays
Why Women Need Collagen
Words of Wisdom by Laura Zinck | AURA Mind & Spirit
A Close–Up on Collagen
Suffering from “MOM BRAIN”? We have the answer
Single Handed Pursuit with Kristie Sita | AURA Mind x Spirit Series
Spotlight on Marine Collagen with Stacey Kasdorf | AURA Mind x Spirit Series
Like retinol or squalane, collagen is one of those skin-care buzzwords we know is good for us but aren't necessarily sure why. For starters, collagen is a protein our body naturally produces that's linked to healthy skin and connective tissues (FYI: the rate at which we make collagen decreases by one percent per year after age 30...
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Protein: Is it for me or bodybuilders?
What is Protein’s Function Our Bodies?
Protein is important in the body. Every single cell of your body contains protein so, I’d say it is a very, very important macronutrient. Protein is a team player and exists just about everywhere in the body. To start off, it is a component of each and every cell, it acts as the building blocks for bones, cartilage, muscles and contributes to hormones and other chemicals made in the body.
Fat: Harmful or Helpful
What is a Healthy Fat and How Do I Add It to My Diet?
When we look at types of fats, there are two major groups; saturated and unsaturated. Within each of these categories there are several different kinds. Most of the good guys fall under the unsaturated category. Both polyunsaturated and monounsaturated fatty acids have numerous health benefits. For example, omega-3 fatty acids are part of the polyunsaturated family and have the same heart healthy and cholesterol lowering benefits of their fellow unsaturated fatty acids.