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Breaking Barriers: Dr. Brenna Bray Makes History as Blogger of the Month

March 4th, 2024

Breaking barriers in the world of health and wellness, Dr. Brenna Bray has been named Blogger of the Month for AboutBoulder.com marking a historic milestone in the industry. This achievement not only highlights her exceptional contribution to the field but also celebrates her dedication to inspiring and educating others. Based in the vibrant city of Boulder, Colorado, Dr. Bray’s impact reaches far beyond her local community, resonating with a global audience. About Dr. Brenna Bray Dr. Brenna Bray, a prominent figure in the health and wellness sphere, has been a trailblazer in promoting... Read More

Boulder’s Secret to Gut Health & Happiness: Eat Plants!

February 29th, 2024

Boulder is famous for its natural beauty, outdoor activities, and healthy lifestyle. But did you know that Boulder is also home to one of the largest and most comprehensive studies on the human gut microbiome? The American Gut Project, led by researchers at CU-Boulder and UC-San Diego, has analyzed the stool samples and dietary habits of over 10,000 volunteers from around the world and found some fascinating links between what we eat, how we feel, and what’s going on in our guts. The Gut Microbiome: Linking Your Food to Your Mood The gut microbiome is the collection of trillions of bacteria,... Read More

Cold Plunging: What’s the Skinny?

February 10th, 2024
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You’ve probably heard of cold plunging, the wellness trend that involves jumping into ice water for a few minutes. Sounds crazy, right? Well, not so fast. There’s actually some science behind this practice, and it might have some surprising benefits for your health and well-being. But before you grab your swimsuit and head to the Boulder Creek, here are some things you should know. Take the Plunge into Type-2 Fun Type II Fun refers to experiences that are hard or difficult in the moment but beneficial (and fun) in the long-run or in retrospect. While cold plunging may be uncomfortable (excruciating?)... Read More