Many people are considering taking a Krill Oil supplement as part of their daily diet. Krill Oil is an omega-3 fatty acid that is sourced from tiny, shrimp-like crustaceans found in the cold waters of the Antarctic and Arctic oceans. While it’s not as widely known as fish oil, krill oil has been gaining popularity […]
Heat and ice packs are common recommendations for joint injury, but which is better and why? What is it about these two seemingly forms of therapy that can help joints move and feel better?
If you want to know whether you should ice that sore knee or put a heat pack on it, this post can help you decide.
As we age, it’s essential to take proper care of your bones. From dietary supplements to exercises that promote osteogenesis, there are many things you can add to your daily routine to maintain the integrity of your bones.
We’ve already talked quite a bit about revitalizing foods you can add to your diet, so today let’s ask the question:
Are there foods that I can cut back on to support bone health?
Take a look at these five foods that have demonstrated to be unhelpful to bone health when consumed frequently.
Joint discomfort impacts millions of people in the United States and abroad. Chronic joint stiffness and achiness can become debilitating, particularly when it results in fatigue, weakness, and lack of range of motion.
For the lifelong athlete, lack of movement translates to a lack of play, fun, and wellbeing.
Aging is an inevitable process, but there are strategies and daily habits that can help you manage and support your joints and the quality of life you want.
Everyone is different, so try to see which tips and combinations offer you the best results.
Do you deal with morning stiffness or joint discomfort?
Stiff joints can occur in the morning due to a tough workout the day before, because of joint problems you have, or simply because you’re growing older. For most people, that stiffness eases up and goes away over time, but it’s no fun to deal with for the first hour or so.
Krill oil is a natural supplement that has been gaining popularity in recent years. This oil is derived from krill, small crustaceans found in the ocean. Krill oil is high in omega-3 fatty acids, which are beneficial for your health. Here are some things you need to know about krill oil before you decide if […]
Keeping your joints healthy is important for maintaining mobility and avoiding pain. There are a number of things you can do to keep your joints healthy, including exercising regularly, maintaining a healthy weight, and eating a balanced diet. Let’s take a closer look at each of these tips. Exercise Regularly The first thing you can […]
There are a lot of tasks and responsibilities on your plate.
Your boss is demanding your project to be completed by the end of the month. Your kids have soccer practice, piano lessons, and play dates that you need to make sure they get on time. The weekly game night with friends is starting to turn into the monthly game night (if that). You’re having trouble sleeping at night, and you have this nagging feeling you’re going to forget to do something that just won’t go away no matter how many reminders you set or lists you make.
There are tons and tons of abbreviations and acronyms within the realm of health and nutrition. If you experience pain in your joints and increased stiffness in muscles, you may have stumbled across these nutrients in your research for ways to reduce inflammation.
Chances are your doctor has mentioned them by their more common name…omega-3 fatty acids!
It can get a little confusing and time-consuming to learn and remember even a fraction of them, but EPA and DHA are two that you’ll want to know for sure!
Low bone mineral density (BMD) affects millions of aging Americans today. The scary part? It’s often unrealized until a bone is broken or other health issues present themselves. In fact, researchers expect related fractures to double within the next 50 years.
What’s the best way to avoid the risks of low bone mineral density? Prevention. Preserving and maximizing bone mass is essential, as well as ensuring your body is getting the nutrients it needs to support optimal bone health.