13. May 2012 21:22
Small changes that we make to our eating plan can add up to a healthier lifestyle and more energy throughout our day.
One of these changes is to pack your lunch instead of eating in restaurants, or on-the-fly. The issue with restaurants is that you are not in control of the salt and fat... [More]
13. May 2012 05:36
Happpy Mother's Day!
I wish to all those women who dedicate themselves to the care and nuturing of others (whether y... [More]
12. May 2012 05:05
Never underestimate the effects of stress/triggers on your health and your food choices. I am experiencing this myself right now.
I am in the process of moving me and my children to a new home, while shutting down a highly complicated and demanding lease where I am right now.&... [More]
11. May 2012 05:13
A reader seat a question about why her toes go numb on an elliptical machine. I will admit that I traded in an elliptical machine for a treadmill years ago for this very reason.
One way to alleviate the numbness is to lower the incline. Doing this relieves the bend in your toes. Th... [More]
10. May 2012 07:22
Medical identity theft is a prevalent, costly vandalism of a patient’s medical information, insurance ID number, or records. This is costly in multiple ways. The thief can steal your identity for the purpose of transferring your ID into cash, using your ID to bilk i... [More]
9. May 2012 07:11
The International Food Information Council Foundation declares that 47% of Americans overestimate how many calories they should eat per day. One formula for figuring out how much to eat per day to lose 1 lb. per week is to take your weight, and multiply that number by 11.
Most people try to lose we... [More]
7. May 2012 20:14
There is a difference between “good-fats” and “bad-fats”. Good fats are monounsaturated or polyunsaturated fats. You find these in salmon, avocados, walnuts, and vegetable oils such as corn, safflower, and olive oil. These fats lower your risk of heart disea... [More]
7. May 2012 04:06
According to a daily e-news letter I get on Diabetes, researchers believe that replacing white rice with whole grains could possibly lower the risk of diabetes by as much as 36%.There are a lot of
grains that you can replace white rice with for a healthier choice to help replace refined carbohydrate... [More]
6. May 2012 18:08
There are proven steps that can be taken for long-term healthy weight loss:
1. Weight Training: People who keep weight off and maintain a healthy weight reduce their sedentary activities and stoke their metabolism with regular weight training. It has been proven that your metabolism kee... [More]
5. May 2012 17:27
There are so many at-home exercises available to keep your body in fit shape and lean, but some are considered powerhouse exercises.
-Stability-ball hamstring curl: Lie face up on a mat with heels firmly planted on the top of a stability ball. Lift your hips up to the ceiling whil... [More]