Intuitive Health: Bloating

In today’s fast-paced world, quick fixes are everywhere. Are you bloated? Down some Pepto. Have a headache? Take some Advil. Feeling tired? Coffee. Although it’s convenient to have solutions at your fingertips, ask yourself: Are you treating the root cause of what ails you? Or are you just masking the symptom of a real health…
health habits

The 3 Most Impactful Health Habits

In today’s Instagram-driven world, there is no shortage of miracle weight-loss diets or fad health shortcuts. Simply put: If a proposed health plan isn’t flashy or can’t be easily profited from, you won’t see it in the headlines. The cornerstones of health aren’t sexy, but these fundamentals present the greatest opportunities for health within the…
digestive system

Gut Health: Digestive System 101

Health is multi-faceted, but one of the most important drivers of overall health is the digestive system. For the month of October, your Move Daily Health Coaches Freyja and Dain will be partnering with Evolve Holistic Self-Care expert Jackie Mirkopoulos to explore the digestive system and take a close look at the cause/effect for issues…
movement matters

Why Movement Matters

What a time to be alive. From food-delivery and shopping, to online dating and more, it is now seemingly possible to have anything delivered right to your doorstep. Although this is a great way to save time, the downside of living in such an on-demand society is lost movement. Convenience is the driving force behind…
ehlers-danlos hypermobility

Top 5 Ehlers-Danlos Hypermobility Considerations: Stress & Anxiety

Ehlers-Danlos Hypermobility Syndrome (hEDS) and Hypermobility Spectrum Disorders (HSD) are a relatively new area of medicine despite having been first discovered in the early 1900s. While current research is focused on expediting the diagnosis process for hEDS (it typically takes 10+ years for an accurate diagnosis, leaving individuals exposed to a decade of additional ramifications),…
frozen vegetables

Frozen Vegetables: Nutritious or Not Worth It?

From a young age, most of us are encouraged to eat our vegetables. Despite this early emphasis, most children and adults alike fail to meet the daily recommendations for these important sources of nutrients (7-10 servings of fruit/veg). Before diving into the difference between fresh and frozen vegetables, we think it’s important to state that…
long life

Top-4 Indicators of a Long Life

For even the healthiest of people, the longest life is still relatively short. For this reason we should all be concerned with maximizing not only our time in this life, but the quality therein. So how can you best measure the potential for a long and happy life? Though we’re all familiar with the basics-…

Pillars of Health: Stillness

Stillness & recovery have equal value to conscious movement. With so much energy devoted to exercise and movement, it is easy to forget about counterbalancing with stillness (not to be confused with mindless screen time).  Ironically, this lack of intentional stillness can reduce the benefits of increased movement. It is quite common for people to…
nutrition

Pillars of Health: Nutrition

It’s no secret that food and water play key roles in determining health and performance, but the way in which they do so is often misinterpreted. We live in a society that is constantly chasing quick-fixes and fad diets, and this is one of the big reasons for the increasing rates of both obesity and…
health coaching

The Value of Health Coaching

The landscape of health care is ever-changing. Doctors have forever been leaders of the health industry, but as rates of chronic disease have skyrocketed over the past few decades, medical professionals now spend most of the time treating illnesses that are already in place.