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Taylor Marks

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Taylor Marks is a certified holistic health coach and current student at The Institute of Culinary Education studying health supportive culinary arts. Her passions include making nourishing food taste and look delicious and guiding others towards feeling their best.

You Need to Relearn How to Breathe

Breathing may feel like an automatic mechanism that you don’t have much control over but it isn’t as simple as inhaling and exhaling. Did you know that there is a correct way to breathe and that mastering the proper technique can have measurable effects on our physical and mental...

Skip the Airport Food. Here’s What to Eat When Traveling

It’s no secret that airport food is lacking in the nutrition department. While some airports are starting to add more healthy restaurant options, many of us have probably had the dilemma of searching for any sort of semi-nutritious meal before a big travel day only to end up with...

The People We Have Become: Stacy London

Start an entirely new venture way out of one's career experience at age 52? How audacious, but why not. Stacy shows us how to be an absolute beginner, to believe you can do it, and to thrive. Fashion editor, stylist, author, star of “What Not to Wear,”...

AGEIST Fan Favorite Comedy Flicks

Craving some comic relief this weekend? We asked you on Instagram (follow us @weareageist) what your favorite comedy movie is. Here are those answers plus some favorites from the AGEIST team.  Top 5 Editor Selects We’re the Millers Cast: Jason Sudeikis, Jennifer Aniston, Emma Roberts, Ed Helms Released: 2013 Description: “Small-time pot dealer David (Jason...

Have Vaccine, Will Travel! Destinations We Like and Their Vaccination Rates

As we inch towards normalcy (thank you, Covid-19 vaccines and new, approved anti-viral pill), we are ready to get back to traveling. If you are wondering where you are even allowed to visit and what the guidelines are once you get there, we are here to break it down...

Sonic Brain Health? What You Can Do to Improve: Nina Kraus, PhD

How does sound make us feel connected to our communities and world around us? How can sound actually damage our brain? How do we create a sonic environment that promotes better health? What impact does playing music have on our brain and rate of success in life? Nina...

Taking Creatine for Better Immune Function?

When you think of the word “creatine,” you probably think of bodybuilders and gym rats. For many of us, it may be interesting to learn that creatine monohydrate has more to offer us than just muscle growth and athletic performance. In fact, there may be evidence to suggest its...

Everything You Need to Know About Fiber

According to the USDA, the daily adequate fiber intake for women is 25 grams and for men it is 38 grams. Unfortunately, only about 5% of Americans reach that recommended amount. So, what is fiber and how can we make sure that we are getting enough of it...

Four Steps to Decrease Your Risk of Periodontal Disease and Dementia

While the medical community may not be able to pinpoint exactly what causes dementia or Alzheimer's, and no cure is available, new research helps us get closer to connecting certain factors to increased rates of these diseases.  The Link Between Periodontal Disease and Dementia One compelling link being researched is the...

How Pomegranates Support Cellular Health & Slow the Aging Process

As new research helps us understand the aging process better, we are able to find ways that we can intervene in this process and increase our healthspan. When looking at ways that we can make a measurable impact on our healthspan, we must start at the mitochondria and cellular...
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