The Walking 8
Eight ways to get more out of your walk. You’ve heard it before and you’ll hear it for the rest of your life: Walking is good for your health. It aids in weight loss, decreases your stress levels, and is an exercise that just about anyone can do anywhere, any time. It’s simple, free, easy […]
Sleeveless and Shameless
Exercises to tighten and tone arms. Summer’s here. Do you feel confident enough to bare your arms? If not, it’s time to get to work. It may take months, hard work, and a little sweat, but with dedication, your arms (and the rest of your body) can slim down, tone up, and feel strong. In […]
Why Are You So Tired?
Seven surprising causes of fatigue. You get a consistent eight hours of sleep each night, you eat a healthy diet most of the time, and you’ve even started to exercise regularly. You’re doing all the right things, so why do you feel so dragged out? When you wake up feeling tired, have trouble focusing throughout […]
The Law of Raw
The Raw Diet There are no rules set in stone about what you can and can’t eat on a raw foods diet as long as the food is raw. This means most of what you eat will be raw fruits, vegetables, seeds, nuts, dried legumes, grains, extra-virgin olive oil, raw coconut oil, and herbal teas. […]
Allergies in Summer?
Pollen, insect bites, and mold—coming to a nose and throat near you Spring allergies make sense, but summer? The season for swimming, baseball, and cookouts isn’t the time of year many people think of allergies, but for some allergy sufferers, summer is just as bad or even worse than spring or fall. Even though most […]
Smart Snacking at the Movies
What you need to know about movie theater snacks. What is it about the movies that give you the munchies? As soon as you walk into a theater and smell the popcorn it’s all you can think about. But dieters beware: movie theater snacks aren’t your friends. Butter-drenched popcorn, high-calorie candy, and super-sized sodas can […]