2015 Year in Review

In 2015, Uncommon Wisdom Daily brought you our first full year of weekly health articles.

Our readers have sent us a great deal of feedback on all the positive ways these ideas have benefited their health.

We’re happy to say that, once again, we plan to send you healthy ideas every single Saturday of this year. But we think 2016 is going to be even better.

We strive to always you send the newest and most useful research available, while every week aiming to improve upon the last.

I can’t wait for you to see what we have in store this year.

Today, I wanted to send you some of the highlights of 2015 in case you missed an article or wanted to re-read some of our most-read health stories.

Here are some of Uncommon Wisdom Daily’s top health articles of 2015 …

There’s a Nutrient Deficiency Crisis in America — Your health depends on getting the proper amounts of vitamins, minerals and nutrients. But in America, most people are deficient in some of the most-important nutrients.

Here, we exposed nutrition labels and the BIG problem they pose for your health. We also detailed three nutrients you are most likely to be deficient in and how you can get your levels up as soon as possible.

A Delicious Way to Lower Your Cholesterol Each Day — You know the old saying about a certain popular, crimson-colored fruit: "An apple a day keeps the doctor away."

In 2016, changing just one little word could make a big difference in your long-term health. That word is avocado, and we suggest making the swap. This food is packed with a plethora of health benefits, including lowering your cholesterol!

Why You Should Drink More Coffee — Yes, it’s true. According to the Office of Disease Prevention and Health Promotion, it’s actually healthier for you to drink more coffee.

Not only can you continue to drink coffee, but these experts say you could drink even more … up to five cups a day. In this article, we deep-dove into all the reasons coffee is good for you. We also looked at exactly which brand and types of coffee could be the best for you.

The Potentially Detrimental Effects of Wi-Fi — This was arguably our most controversial article of the year. In it, we shared with you a study that links Wi-Fi with harmful, long-term effects on the brain.

Technology is expanding exponentially. And it’s happening with little regard for the potential "side effects" on humans. While we drew no conclusions of our own about this study, we do believe more of this type of research is needed.

An Uncommon Wisdom Guide to Alcohol — Although there is no "healthy" alcohol, not all drinks are created equal. Some simply do more damage to the body than others.

That’s why we looked into what experts say about the best and worst types of alcohol to drink, from a nutritional standpoint.

In this article we discussed the top three drinks to avoid. We also looked inside three drinks that some experts suggest could be the least harmful for your body.

The Incredible Power of the Chaga Mushroom — A revered health remedy in the East, the Chaga mushroom is quickly becoming a growing health savior in the West.

Known by the Siberians as the "Gift from God" and the "Mushroom of Immortality," humans have used this vibrant growth to support health for thousands of years.

The benefits of the Chaga are endless — off-the-charts antioxidant levels, immune-boosting superpowers and beautifying effects. You might agree that this is one of the most incredible health remedies you should start using this year.

Don’t Let the Stress of the Markets Destroy Your Health — No matter which way the market decides to go this year, it’s crucial for you to keep your emotions in check, and to let reason dictate your trading.

All too often, the stress of a volatile market can lead to you making poor decisions that can cause you to lose money.

Here, we looked into one of the most effective and unique stress-management methods in existence. Combining thousands of years of meditative practice and new age technology, this approach is a must-use for every trader.

These are just a few of the many health articles we sent you this year. You can always find every past article on our website.

We look forward to sending you even more of our favorite healthy habits, foods and other timely research and ideas during the coming year.

Happy and Healthy Investing,

Brad Hoppmann