5 Ways to Boost your Collagen

5 Ways to Boost your CollagenAh, collagen. We don’t think much of it when we’re younger but as we age, collagen is a much sought-after substance. That’s because collagen, the connective protein that gives skin tissue its firmness and elasticity, begins to decrease as early as our 20s leaving us many many years to combat the signs of aging. Beyond your skin, collagen also helps make your hair and nails shine and aids digestion. The good news is that there are ways to boost your collagen and today we’re sharing five of them.

Boost your Collagen with a Collagen-Rich Diet

Experts agree that to really ramp up collagen production you need to do it from the inside out. A diet of collagen-rich foods can help your skin look years younger. And guess what, the foods are good for your entire body too. Collagen-rich foods include sources of protein like fish, chicken, eggs and soy, as well as fruits and vegetables including green leafy veggies (kale, Swiss chard and spinach), red and orange veggies (carrots, tomatoes and red peppers), berries (blueberries, blackberries and raspberries), citrus fruits, garlic and white tea.

Boost your Collagen with Collagen Supplements

The powder supplement craze is overwhelming but collagen powder may be one worth looking into. By adding a few spoonfuls of collagen powder to your food – such as oatmeal, soup or smoothies – you can reap the benefits of a bunch of the collagen- rich foods we just mentioned. A study showed that women experienced 20% less wrinkles when they incorporated collagen powder into their diet for 8 weeks. Because it is full of protein it also helps satiate the body for longer. And it can reduce joint pain and even chronic digestive issues. Also available in the marketplace: pre-mixed collagen drinks.

Boost your Collagen with Bone Broth

Beef bone or marrow soups are a new health trend for many reasons including their collagen skin-firming content. In addition to collagen, bone broth contains amino acids, glycans, hyaluronic acid, magnesium, calcium and potassium that help support skin cells as well as digestive disorders. Bone broths also help reduce inflammation, brighten, tone and hydrate skin.

Boost your Collagen with Collagen-Infused Beauty Products

Adding collagen to beauty products such as lotions, creams, serums and foundations has been taking place for many years. While they are absorbed through the skin, they typically only have a temporary effect. Once you discontinue use of the product, the benefits dissolve as well. Nonetheless, they are very popular and can make a difference in the short term.

Boost your Collagen with Red Light Therapy

Another approach to boost your collagen is through red light therapy. Heat and light from red and infrared rays stimulate circulation and help reactivate collagen production. Furthermore, red light therapy helps release cytokines that trigger fibroblasts to create more collagen. And it’s not only used for anti-aging purposes; Red light therapy can help heal scars and skin wounds as well.

Get your skin ready for spring in summer with these five ways to boost your collagen!

Sources: Natural Alternative Therapies, NewBeauty, Prevention and Well + Good

The Health Benefits of Berries

Berry lovers, the time has come for you to bask in the glory of your favorite sweet, ripe, juicy, delicious fruits! Spring and summer are berry seasons and we’re gearing up to enjoy them once again. Today we’re talking about the health benefits of berries and when they are perfectly ripe for the season.

The Health Benefits of Berries

The Health Benefits of BerriesBerries may differ in size, shape and flavor but they have a few things in common. First, they all contain a good deal of fiber that supports the digestive system, helps satiate the body and may contribute to weight loss. Additionally they all have polyphenols which are powerful plant compounds that have amazing health benefits, and flavonoids, a supercharged antioxidant.

Among the many types of polyphenols are anthocyanins and ellagic acid. Along with other broad spectrum polyphenols, flavonoids and antioxidants, these specific compounds offer a range of health benefits for the brain, heart and nervous system and help prevent disease. Specifically, berries have been shown to increase cognitive efficiency, support heart health (including lowering blood pressure and cholesterol levels, and preventing heart attack), and reducing risk of Parkinson’s disease, cancer, diabetes, Alzheimer disease, osteoporosis, and urinary tract infections.

Eating berries is a great preventative health dietary measure that you can easily incorporate in your diet. They are small and portable for on-the-go snacks, and they mix well with a variety of meals. Berries are especially great toppings for breakfast cereals, yogurt or cottage cheese, and they make super dessert alternatives as well. By adding a variety of berries to your diet, you can enjoy many sweet health benefits.

Berry Season

If you’re in the mood for berries this spring and summer, keep in mind when they are in-season so you’re getting the freshest and most nutritious fruits. The exact peak season for each berry will vary by region but below are general guidelines for berry seasons in the U.S. If you plan to go berry picking, call local farms to find out their exact season dates.

Strawberry Season: March – November

Look for strawberries that are firm and dark red with stems attached.

Cherry Season: April – July

Look for fully red cherries that are firm and still on the stem

Blueberry Season: May – August

Look for smooth skin on blueberries that are dark blue or dark purple.

Blackberry Season: May – October

Look for shiny, dark berries.

Raspberry Season: May – November

Look for fully red raspberries that maintain their shape.

We hope you have a sweet and delicious berry season and reap all of the health benefits of berries!


Sources: Eating Well, Everyday Health, CUESA and Modern Farmer

8 Reasons Why Aging Isn’t As Bad As Women Think

8 Reasons Why Aging Isn’t As Bad As Women ThinkIn today’s society, getting older is like a plague. It’s a sad plight that no one can avoid. The only acceptable trick seems to be to try to look and act younger so no one really knows that you’re destined to turn another year older within the next year. But what if you found out that aging isn’t really as bad as women think? There are actually some great perks to getting older and we’re not just talking about senior discounts.

Check out these eight reasons why aging isn’t as bad as women think:

1 – You’re Smarter

With age comes wisdom. If you’re thinking about stroking your beard and spitting out a saying by Confucius in jest, hold on. Science shows that older women are generally smarter because they have more brain resources and experience to draw upon. Yes, dementia and brain degenerative diseases can occur with age, but on the whole, older women are smarter.

2 – You Can Let Go of Vanity

Older women have better things to do with their time than obsess about their skin or weight. As you age, these superficial features become less important, which can take a lot of pressure off a woman.

3 – Your Mature Body is Beautiful Too

Even with wrinkles, sagging and other tolls time takes, older women can embrace their bodies. In fact, studies show women can actually enjoy sex more with age which proves women don’t need to feel inhibited by their changing bodies.

4 – You Have Better Relationships

Gone are the days of drama-filled relationships. With experience you have learned how to be a good partner, friend, daughter, sister and mother. You know how to let go of the petty things and focus on what really matters in a relationship.

5 – You Are Happy, But Your Idea of Happiness Changes

Studies show that people who age aren’t less happy, it’s simply that what makes you happy changes. Younger people enjoy thrilling experiences that may be risky and gives them a rush, while older people enjoy relaxation, stability and safety. That’s why you can be perfectly happy curling up with a great book or spending time with your kids on a Saturday night rather than having a wild night on the town like you may have enjoyed when you were younger.

6 – You Care Less What Others Think

Your years have built up your confidence and it shows. You can feel secure in who you are and the decisions you make without regard for what others think of you. This is a freeing experience and one that will allow you to do more without inhibitions.

7 – You Enjoy Your Work

Older employees are generally more content in the workplace. Some of this is the familiarity and know-how that age affords, but it is also about no longer bulldozing your way to success. Climbing the corporate ladder may be an ideal of the past so now you can enjoy what you do, feel productive and be a trusted advisor in your workplace.

8 – You Enjoy Your Family

If you’ve raised your kids, you may welcome grandchildren into your world. Being a grandparent offers the joys of parenting with less responsibility. It’s the best of everything! Those without children and grandchildren also take more time to appreciate family and create new memories.

So there you have it. Aging isn’t as bad as women think. Look at all you have to look forward to as you grow older and wiser!

Sources: Women’s Health and The Atlantic





How to Be More Interesting in Conversations

How to Be More Interesting in ConversationsDo you ever feel boring? Sometimes boring is good because it means nothing is going wrong, but when you’re in a conversation, say at a party, you most likely don’t want to be thought of as dull or boring. You probably have many conversations in a day. Some are with friends and colleagues who know you well; others are with complete strangers. No matter who you are talking to, you have the power to be more interesting in conversations.

Here are three tips on how to be more interesting in conversations:

Tip #1: Ask More Thoughtful Questions

Rather than focusing on the what, where and when of a story, get into the why and how. Why did you make that decision? How did it make you feel? Sometimes such questions can catch people off guard, but that’s a good thing…a really good thing!

When you elicit an emotional response or trigger someone’s passions, they will automatically be more engaged in the conversation. Taking an interest in others in turn makes you more interesting. Experts on interpersonal relationships say that making another person feel important is the number one way to win them over and make an impact. By showing a genuine interest with thoughtful questions, you can be more interesting in conversations and make true connections.

Tip #2:  Be More Vulnerable

Now flip the tables and bring your emotions into the conversation. Often we hide our vulnerabilities to conform to social norms. We’re also conditioned to have transactional conversations and to follow a script. This status quo mentality is what makes people BORING with a capital SNORE!

When sharing stories or discussing an aspect of your life, keep the setup to a minimum and focus more about what you were thinking and feeling. That inter-monologue is what actually makes you interesting and that’s what people want to hear. That’s not to say you should be narcissistic and only talk about yourself in conversation. But be more willing to open up, even to strangers, to show who you really are.

Tip #3:  Use Nonverbal Attractions

Being a good listener is a key part of how to be more interesting in conversations. Once you ask those thoughtful questions, listen to the answers and push onward from there. While you’re listening be sure you’re making eye contact and not looking around for the next better conversation or what’s being served on the buffet. Keep your toes and body pointed to the other person and don’t close off your body by crossing your arms. Also, nod at them throughout their turn to speak. Studies show that three consecutive nods will keep someone else engaged and make them want to continue talking.

Try these tips on how to be more interesting in conversation next time you’re chatting. We bet you and the other person will both be more engaged and find a deeper connection.

Sources: LifeHacker, The Huffington Post and Science of People


Are You Making These Spring Allergy Mistakes?

Are You Making These Spring Allergy Mistakes?It’s allergy season alright. As if in tune with the birds chirping and the bees buzzing you can hear the sounds of sneezing and coughing practically everywhere this time of year. Having allergies may be unavoidable but you can reduce your symptoms by avoiding spring allergy mistakes.

Are you making these spring allergy mistakes….

Mistake #1: Waiting for symptoms before starting medication

If you are an allergy sufferer there is no need to wait for misery to start your allergy medication. As the weather begins to warm keep abreast of the pollen count and start your meds when the numbers start to rise. Also keep in mind that mold spreads a few days after rain.  Get control of your allergies before they take control of you.

Mistake #2: Not avoiding outdoor allergy triggers

You probably know your triggers so do the smart thing and stay away from them. If yard work and grass mowing set you off, splurging on a lawn service will make your allergy season happier. If picnics in the park seem dreamy but end up nightmarish, find another way to spend lunchtime. The consequences of not avoiding outdoor allergy triggers probably aren’t worth a few hours outdoors.

Mistake #3: Bringing allergens into your home

Spending some time outside may be unavoidable but you can prevent allergens from attacking you in your home. Take off your shoes before entering your house and remove your clothes shortly thereafter. Shower in the evenings to remove allergen remnants on your body and in your hair. Steer clear of opening windows for fresh air. You’ll have to become an air conditioning or fan lover if you need a breeze.

Mistake #4: Eating or drinking allergen-prone fruits and vegetables

Many people don’t realize that their diet can cause allergy attacks too. It’s not because you’re allergic to the foods necessarily, but rather that certain raw fruits and vegetables have proteins that the body confuses for allergens. This is called oral allergy syndrome. The foods that may trigger a reaction include apples, carrots, pears, oranges, plums, peaches, cherries and kiwis, as well as nuts such as walnuts, hazelnuts and almonds. Red wine may also lead to oral allergy syndrome due to sulfites.

Mistake #5: Treating symptoms with temporary relief

Sometimes your symptoms are so nasty you just need immediate relief so you may grab a nasal spray or throat numbing solution. These are fine if they make you feel better temporarily but know that they are not treating your allergies and they are not going to help you in the long run. A band-aid quick fix is not a permanent solution.

We hope you enjoy your spring and avoid these spring allergy mistakes!

Sources: Today and Atlanta Allergy


Healthier Snacks to Satisfy Cravings

Healthier Snacks to Satisfy CravingsWhen you’ve got a hankering for something delightfully indulgent and you’re trying so hard to be healthy, what’s a girl to do? It’s human nature to crave salt and sugar but these are obviously not always the best options when it comes to a healthy diet. We’re helping you with some alternatives to keep your nutrition on track. Check out these healthier snacks to satisfy cravings:

Pistachios and Cashews: Nuts are packed with both fiber and healthy fats that fill you up and support a healthy body. Plus, they are small and crunchy so they satisfy the craving to munch. Beware of added salt, however. Look for unsalted or lightly salted varieties to ensure you’re not overdosing on sodium. Here’s a bonus: eating shelled pistachios will slow down your snacking but still keep you occupied during the process.

Frozen Peas and Corn: Another great popable and delicious snack is frozen peas and corn. They both have a natural sweetness and contribute some valuable nutrients to your diet. Frozen peas and corn will melt in your mouth so it is a satisfying snack to indulge that need for repetitive eating.

Oven-Baked Fries & Chips: Fries and chips are such yummy snacks but not the healthiest when made the traditional way. Instead, make them yourself with fresh sweet potatoes or vegetables and using a healthy vegetable oil like olive oil or coconut oil. Rather than seasoning with salt, try other herbs and spices. You’ll get a serving of veggies and fulfill that craving for fries or chips.

High Fiber Cereal: When you need a crunch in your munch, grab a box of high fiber cereal. Cereals are fortified with many vitamins and minerals so they are a much better option than a bag of chips or pretzels. Plus, the fiber will fill your belly and keep you satisfied for longer.

Fruit Popsicles: Fruit is always a delicious snack but if you need to switch it up, try a fruit popsicle. You can buy them or make them yourself. If you go for the store-bought version, do be sure you’re getting pure fruit popsicles with no added sugar.

Pumpkin Seeds: There are many fabulous ways to spice and bake pumpkin seeds for a sweet, savory or combination of flavors. Pumpkin seeds are full of omega-3 fatty acids and lots of minerals so they are satisfying and nutritious.

Greek Yogurt and Fruit: When you have a craving for ice cream, try Greek yogurt and fruit as a substitute. It is still creamy and sweet but doesn’t contain all that unnecessary added sugar. Plus, Greek yogurt is high in protein which will energize your day.

Licorice: We’re not talking about the popular artificially flavored candy here, but licorice actually has some health and weight loss benefits. That’s because licorice contains glycyrrhetinic acid, a known appetite suppressant that helps block fat from accumulating in the body. When you have a sweet tooth, this is the candy you should eat.

We hope you reach for these healthier snacks to satisfy cravings next time you need to chomp on something delicious! Enjoy!

Sources: Care2, Women’s Health and Everyday Health

Spring Workout Motivation


Now that it’s springtime and summer is just around the corner, it’s time to invigorate your workouts including your fitness routine and your motivational strategies. This is a great opportunity to pull yourself out of a rut and shape up the new season with fun and exciting workout ideas. We’re here to give you spring workout motivation!

Take it Outside

Spring Workout MotivationThe weather welcomes new workout opportunities and a little sunshine may be all the spring workout motivation you need. When the spring weather permits, take your typical routine outdoors – jogging, yoga, and circuit training are even better when you can get your Vitamin D as a bonus. But also consider new fitness ideas such as team sports (think volleyball or soccer) or other heart-pumping activities like swimming, biking or hiking.

Flock Together

Grab a buddy or join a group to make fitness more fun and accountable. Grouping up can offer lots of motivation and it’s a great way to spend time with friends or make new ones. You can also get new fitness ideas from other exercise enthusiasts and instructors.

Set Goals

Having an overall goal such as toning up or lowering your blood pressure is great, but be sure to set smaller milestone goals along the way. This will help you feel accomplished by the intermediate results. One fantastic goal is completing a physical event such as a race or challenge. You can work towards this goal with smaller milestone fitness goals like endurance times and distances.

Reward Yourself

Working hard to achieve goals deserves periodic rewards. If weight loss is your goal, stay away from food rewards that will be counterproductive. Rewards like splurging on a fun activity, a spa treatment, or new workout equipment are ideal.

Dress the Part

Even if you’re not a champion athlete, gear up to look the part. You’ll feel motivated by your look and you’ll have the proper attire for success. Look for sweat-wicking and non-chaffing materials, stylish outfits and of course really supportive full figure sports bras.

Plan Your Workouts

Block off time to workout on your calendar and make it a priority to keep the date with yourself. Sometimes getting your workout in first thing in the morning is the best way to go. If that’s the case for you, set your alarm early enough to workout before your day really gets going.

We hope these ideas help your spring workout motivation. We believe in you!!

Sources: Cure Joy and The Huffington Post

4 Reasons to Wear a Sleep Bra

4 Reasons to Wear a Sleep BraMany women have questions about wearing a sleep bra at night. Specifically they wonder if it is bad for your health to wear a bra overnight. Most experts agree that wearing a sleep bra is not dangerous and may actually help you sleep better if you have large breasts. And myths like sleeping in a bra causes breast cancer or restrict your breathing are just plain false. Here are four good reasons to wear a sleep bra:

Reason #1 to Wear a Sleep Bra: Stay Comfortable

When you have large breasts they probably tilt in many directions as you find comfortable sleep positions throughout the night. But one thing that may prevent your comfort is your breasts dangling in awkward ways. Avoid this plight with a sleep bra that will keep your breasts positioned for comfort while you drift off to dreamland. Whether you’re a back, side or tummy sleeper, sleep bras are ideal because they clasp in front to avoid any gauging or poking. Plus, they are wirefree and stretchy enough to flow with your nighttime movements without restricting the lymphatic fluid or causing inflammation.

Reason #2 to Wear a Sleep Bra: Avoid Irritation

Have you ever felt that annoying irritation of your bare nipples rubbing against a shirt? If that happens to you all night long, it’s going to get uncomfortable, fast! Protect your sensitive breasts in a soft, breathable sleep bra. Slip it on under your favorite sleep t-shirt or silkiest PJs and say bye-bye to irritation.

4 Reasons to Wear a Sleep BraReason #3 to Wear a Sleep Bra: Support Less Sagging

Sagging skin is an unfortunate part of aging. As you age your skin loses elasticity which causes skin to droop, including breast tissue. Also, larger breasts are fattier and breast tissue is replaced with fat as you age so that further contributes to saggy breasts. Wearing a sleep bra isn’t going to miraculously prevent sagging but it may help reduce stretching of breast tissue, according to some plastic surgeons. When your breasts are positioned properly, their weight will not put as much strain on your skin.

Reason #4 to Wear a Sleep Bra: Reduce Pain

For women who have undergone breast surgery or who have mastalgia (breast pain) which may or may not be related to their menstrual period, a sleep bra may be the best way to ease pain. It’s all about the constant yet soft support a sleep bra can offer. Plus, wearing a front closure bra may be easier to take on and off after surgery or during particularly painful times.

There are many great reasons to wear a sleep bra and that’s why Leading Lady offers a selection of comfortable and stylish options to keep you sleeping like a baby.

Sources: Cure Joy, Women’s Health and Self



Why Your Best Ideas Happen in the Shower

Creativity is a fascinating thing and whether you believe it or not, we are all creative. Of course creativity is both subjective and relative – a creative idea to one person or in one arena may not be perceived as such to or in another. But nonetheless, creativity is within each of us and we draw upon it everyday. Even if you don’t consider yourself particularly creative, you may find yourself having bright ideas while showering. Have you ever wondered why your best ideas happen in the shower? We are breaking it down for you:

Why Your Best Ideas Happen in the ShowerAs much as you may focus on solving a problem or coming up with a really great plan during meetings or formal brainstorming sessions, it’s usually when we are away from the normal confines of “work” that we are most creative. Being our upmost creative selves takes the presence of three important things: relaxation, distraction and the neurotransmitter dopamine. And that’s why your best ideas happen in the shower – it’s the intersection of all of those things.

Now you may experience this creativity burst at other times in your day as well, such as when you’re driving home from work, exercising or getting a massage. Both relaxation and distraction help us identify and connect insights that are part of our subconscious, which we cannot do when we are hyper-focused on the mechanics of solving a problem. Dopamine is a “feel-good” compound that encourages relaxation and is directly linked to creativity. In fact, the more dopamine you release, the more creative you can be. Dopamine is triggered during enjoyable activities, such as exercise and showering.

Statistics show that up to 72% of people claim to have their best ideas in the shower. When you’re alone in a judgment-free zone and feeling refreshed and relaxed you have the space to daydream. Many productivity and creative thinking experts believe you should carry this atmosphere over into other parts of your day to inspire more time for creativity. With more space for innovation, we can connect our inner thoughts with the outside world and can be our most creative.

Interestingly, the parts of the brain responsible for executive function take a back seat when we are being creative. The medial prefrontal cortex of the brain is in hyper-drive during creative times, which helps us make associations and have emotional responses.

To capitalize on your creativity, keep a list of your ideas in a notebook or mobile phone app. Part of what helps you come up with your best solutions is connecting ideas. When you see them listed, you can string them together. Overwhelming your brain can also help you problem solve. This will push your brain to work harder for you out of necessity. And don’t forget to give your brain space away from the tactical issue at hand to work on it subconsciously. You’ll spend less time on the issue overall and end up with a more creative result.

We hope this intriguing info helped you put on your thinking cap. Where do you have your best ideas?

Sources: Buffer App, Business Insider, and LifeHacker

New Research on the Timeline of Women’s Reproductive Health

Women’s reproductive health is a hot topic for many reasons. Beyond the political arena, reproductive health is being studied constantly to adjust and improve recommendations for patients. One of the latest research projects on the topic reveals an interesting and important timeline for women’s reproductive health.

New Research on the Timeline of Women’s Reproductive HealthThis recent study comes from the University of Queensland in Australia. The team set out to determine how the age of a woman’s first menstrual cycle and whether or not she had children affected the onset of menopause. The results showed that there is indeed a correlation that can help inform many women about their reproductive health.

According to the research, women who had their first period before the age of 12 and never had children were more likely to enter premature menopause (before the age of 40) or early menopause (between 40 and 44).  Women who got their first period at age 12 or later and had at least two children were more likely to experience menopause closer to the average age of 50.

Overall, among the 51,000+ women that were part of the study, 2 percent entered premature menopause and 7.6 percent had early menopause. When the researchers looked at women with early first menstrual cycles and no children, the number of women who had premature menopause was 2½ times higher and the women in early menopause jumped to 9.9 percent.

Researches acknowledged that the women in the study self-reported the age of their first period, which may not be accurate in all cases. Also, environmental factors, health conditions and lifestyle habits may all contribute to the age a woman experiences menopause.

However, even with imperfections in the study, knowing some of the risk factors for premature and early menopause can help women make choices about their reproductive health and have an idea of what to expect for their future. Using this information, health care providers can make recommendations in the best interest of their patients’ reproductive health.

Source: LiveScience


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