Food Is Not Your Enemy: How to Be Healthier by Ditching The FAD Diet

By Taylor McLamb As humans, we’re required to eat, it’s nourishment that keeps our internal fire burning, giving us the much-needed energy to conquer our day. Unfortunately, the diet industry in America has negatively impacted our relationship with food by labeling food groups as good or bad, reinforcing the association of guilt when eating, which [...]

Alachua County Unanimously Approved Irresponsible Pet Owner Ordinance

By Renee Castro In an effort to make Alachua County safe place for dog owners and their pets, the Alachua County Commission has unanimously approved a new ordinance.   Since September, there have been a number of dog attacks and thus pushed for the Alachua County Commission to do something about it in office.   [...]

Goal Setting Tips for Success

By Taylor McLamb Everyone has something they’re working toward, whether it’s to eat healthier, be more productive in school or to nab a dream-job. And, it can seem overwhelming to do so without some guidance. Setting attainable goals for yourself that you can follow can be the motivating factor to help you reach success. It’s [...]

New Study Finds that Moderate Body Exercise Can Lower Your Risk of Diabetes

By Taylor McLamb From 1980 to 2011, the number of Americans with diagnosed diabetes has more than tripled, from 5.6 million to a staggering 20.9 million, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. While this is an unnerving revelation, the good news is that with the help of highly skilled doctors who are [...]

Mental Health Podcasts to Let You Know You’re Not Alone

By Renee Castro Jen Gotch is OK… Sometimes Jen Gotch is a mental health advocate and the founder of the company The podcasts covers almost every daily struggle we all face, right down to emotional eating. Notable Episode: How to Feel Better RIGHT NOW Mentally Yours This weekly podcast explores everything mental health related [...]