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Fiber has often been overlooked as a key nutrient in health food trends. But now fiber is breaking away from this stigma and regaining popularity as the “good carb” can aid in weight management and improving your overall health.

Menopause is a word many women fear as it can usher in some rather unpleasant harbingers of aging, including mood swings, hot flashes, changes in sleep quality, bone density, muscle mass and weight gain–especially stubborn belly fat. Changing hormones can lead to feeling out of[...]

Stress and anxiety are two things we’re all feeling a little more of these days. So it’s all the more important to find creative ways to blow off steam so we can stay healthier (and happier) in the long run. 

Omega fats are an important part of a healthy diet, but what are the differences between omega 3 and 6 fats and what’s the “right” ratio for optimal health? You’ve likely already heard that omega-3 fats are “good” for you and that you should limit omega-6 fats. The story is a[...]

None of us are strangers to stress. Work, money, kids, relationships–heck, just getting out of bed in the morning can feel stressful, especially during these strange pandemic days. And while we know stress isn’t great for our overall health, more and more studies are finding a[...]

Welcome back to our “Healthy Habit Heroes” blog series, where we share members’ stories in their own words about their experiences with Yes Health. Want to join the “Triple H Club?” Reach out to your coach in our app or email: stories@yeshealth.com. Marion is 66 years old and[...]

A lot of us have been working from home for the past couple months and it seems like this could be the norm for a while. Some companies have even announced more permanent work-from-home policies. Maybe you’re not working right now, but have been teaching your kids and taking[...]

We’re all doing our best to stay healthy right now. And while following the CDC guidelines is slowly starting to become second nature (in a dysopian kind of way at least), some of us need to take extra steps to protect ourselves from COVID-19. According to the American[...]

It’s natural to be drawn to comfort foods. They are, well…comforting after all. They provide soothing, stimulating serotonin in the brain that relaxes us. And in these uncertain times when a lot of us are feeling off balance, reaching for the warmth of nostalgia in the form of[...]

Spending more time at home means more opportunities to enjoy healthy, homemade lunches. It can also mean spending more time prepping and cooking, and possibly getting bored with the same old same old. If you’re looking to add variety without eating up too much of your time,[...]


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