9 Energy Foods to Fight Fatigue


Happy girl eating cereals with fruits from a bowl sitting on a couch at homeHow often do you spend your day feeling fatigued and so drained that even the smallest tasks become a challenge? We have are our 9 favorite energy foods that will give the boost you need to jump start your day.

  • Oatmeal— Not only will oatmeal give you energy, it is low in fat, high in fiber, and helps lower your cholesterol. Oatmeal is customizable, which means you can add other healthy ingredients such as blueberries, strawberries, and peaches etc.
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Earth Day: 5 Ways to Be Environmentally Conscious


Earth Day: 5 Ways to Be Environmentally ConsciousHow much does the earth mean to you? If you have not given much attention to preserving the earth, now is your chance. In celebration of Earth Day, we have five effortless ways you can be environmentally conscious.

Why Be Environmentally Conscious?

A concern for the environment can be the difference between good and poor health. Noticed any random symptoms lately? Exposure to harmful chemicals can severely impact all areas in your body. Chemical sensitivity can lead to nausea, congestion, chest pain, allergies, asthma, and much more. You can be exposed to a variety of chemical contaminants from almost everywhere: cars, your home, factories, landfills etc.

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7 Foods That Will Boost Your Brain Power


Foods That Will Boost Your BrainpowerLooking for that special something that will give your brain the power it requires to function at its best capacity? We have our top 7 ½ foods that will help give your brain the boost it needs.

Foods for the Brain

  • Blueberries – Blueberries can protect the brain from oxidative stress. Reducing this stress can slow the process of aging and age-related illnesses such as Alzheimer’s Disease.
  • Pomegranates – This fruit is rich in antioxidants, which protects the brain from the harm of free radicals. Free radicals are molecules that look for an electron in the body to pair with. A pair with an electron causes cell and tissue damage.
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Live Cryo’s Top Ten Spring Recipes


Live Cryo's Top Ten Spring RecipesSpring is in the air! Spring is a time of rejuvenation, growth, and change so why not celebrate the spring season with some new recipes? With the weather warming up you will be sure to host or attend more events. Check out some of these simple and easy recipes to get ideas on what to make at your next spring get-together.

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Spring Cleaning, Declutter Your Life


Spring Cleaning, Declutter Your LifeWith spring just around the corner Live Cryo has tips to help you spring clean and declutter your life. Many people wake up after winter and the holiday season and realize their house has become quite messy and disorderly.

No worries, just get ready to put on your cleaning gloves and gather some cleaning supplies and get to work with our spring cleaning top ten list.

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Live Cryo Now Open Inside Get Real Weight Loss


Get Real Weight Loss LogoWhole Body Cryotherapy focuses on athletes, pain management, weight loss and overall well-being
WIXOM MICH. (February, 22, 2017) – Get Real Weight Loss has partnered with Live Cryo to add whole body cryotherapy (WBC) to their list of services offered and announces the start of the Cryotherapy Grand Opening Month.

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Top Health & Fitness Gifts for 2017


Top Health & Fitness Gifts for 2017Are you looking to step up your physical activity and overall wellness for 2017? No worries, Live Cryo has you covered. We have taken the time to do some research and compile a list of our favorite health and fitness related gifts for 2017. Thanks to Live Science and Groom and Style for their suggestions. Check out our top 7 picks for health and fitness gifts below. 

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The Winter Blues? or Something More?


 

Are you feeling a little sluggish both emotionally and physically this winter? Maybe you try to move on and chalk it up to the ‘winter blues’… but could it be something more? Seasonal Affective Disorder According to Mayo Clinic many Americans can be affected by seasonal affective disorder (SAD). According to Mayo Clinic here is the definition of SAD:

Seasonal affective disorder (SAD) is a type of depression that’s related to changes in seasons — SAD begins and ends at about the same times every year. If you’re like most people with SAD, your symptoms start in the fall and continue into the winter months, sapping your energy and making you feel moody.

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‘SMART’ New Year’s Resolutions


How to Set SMART New Year's ResolutionsHave you made any New Year’s resolutions for 2017? Every new year brings hope and excitement of new possibilities. It’s very common for people to create New Year’s resolutions and set goals to either better themselves or others around them. But just how popular are New Year’s resolutions? According to Statistic Brain, here are some profound statistics for New Year’s resolutions.

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7 Tips to Stay Active This Winter


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As the winter weather approaches the temptation to stay in your warm and cozy home increases. We get it, a lot of us turn into hibernating bears during the winter months and try and avoid the cold as if it were a plague. However, the winter season can also be a opportune time to accidentally put on extra weight. According to Livestrong there are a few major reasons why individuals gain excessive weight during winter:

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