Broccoli, spinach, carrots, peas—each one of these natural foods brings a wealth of health benefits to the table. Unfortunately, even though people know vegetables can be good for them, not every person will find vegetables to have a pleasing taste or texture.
Holiday parties and summer BBQs are times when we come together to share great food with coworkers, friends, and family.
For those of us trying to maintain a healthy diet, these gatherings can be a little stressful because while the “great” food present is delicious, it’s often not the most nutritious.
When you hear the word “aerobics,” you might think of Richard Simmons and the classic aerobics videos that were popular in the 80’s.
While the attire and exercise moves might seem a little silly now, aerobic exercise is extremely beneficial to our bodies.
Spring is almost here! The days are getting longer, flowers are starting to bloom, birds are chirping, leaves are coming out (hopefully), and life is starting to come back. It’s the perfect timing to get in shape. Actually, it doesn’t matter what season it is — you should be exercising whenever you can because it […]
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.
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.
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.
Macronutrients, also called macros, are becoming more widely talked about in health and nutrition topics. Nutritionists often develop meal plans for patients based on macros, rather than calories alone. A healthy diet consists of the right nutrition, rather than limiting the intake of foods. That’s not to say that calories aren’t an essential factor for […]
With the coronavirus on everyone’s mind these days, the slightest sniffle, sneeze, and cough can be alarming. In today’s article, we aren’t going to dive into the science of viral infections. Instead, let’s take a look at another source for runny noses, scratchy throats, and red eyes…histamines! What is Histamine? Histamine is a molecule […]
There’s really no other way to put it: your brain has everything to do with how you function every day. This bodily organ is a powerhouse that works non-stop, whether consciously or subconsciously, voluntarily or involuntarily.
When it comes to mental clarity, cognition, and energy, most of us know that it’s the brain isn’t “firing on all cylinders.” The good news is that we can eat foods to kick those synapses and neurotransmitters into action.
Here are five foods that will minimize brain fog and help you sharpen your brain for energy and focus.