Saturday, January 24, 2015

Strength Training Isn’t Just for Building Muscles

Strength training isn’t just for building muscle anymore. New research has determined that strength training also enhances memory too. Just one 20 minute session of resistance training can enhance ones memory by 10% (Georgia Tech). Read more...

Who Doesn’t Love Chocolate?

It is a well known fact that women like sweets more than men do. But not all sweets are bad for you. Dark chocolate that is varieties with at least 65% cacao are actually good for you. Read more...

Protein Packed

Protein is essential to the proper functioning of the body. Most people think that protein is just for building muscles but there are actually eight types of proteins in the body and they all have different functions such as receptors, transporters, storage, defense, structure, etc. Read more...

Thursday, January 1, 2015

Resolve to Achieve Your New Year’s Resolution

Losing weight is the top New Year’s resolution; however most people don’t make it past the first week. That’s because they are unprepared for what it takes and their motivation has subsided by the end of the first week. Regardless of what you want to achieve with your New Year’s resolution, there is no way you can achieve it unless you are prepared for it. Read more...

Tuesday, December 30, 2014

No More Colds


No matter what you do to stay healthy, inevitably people get sick during the winter time. So how do you stay healthy when everyone around you is sick? Follow these easy moves to avoid getting sick this winter. Read more...
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Real World Cold Cures That Work

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There are natural and homemade remedies for just about every disease and condition out there.  Home remedies date back to thousands of years ago and almost every country in the world.  Such home remedies contain bark, twigs, extracts, herbs, seeds and almost any component of plants.  These natural home remedies are still in existence today but do they actually work? Or is it just tradition and superstition that make us continue to use these family home remedies. Read more...

Saturday, September 27, 2014

Want Healthier Looking Skin, Eat These Foods

We’ve all heard the saying you are what you eat but what most people don’t realize it’s true. Food is necessary to provide the body with nutrients and those nutrients present themselves in every cell including the skin. By providing your body with the proper nutrients you can banish breakouts, prevent fine lines, and get glowing skin. Eat these foods to have healthier looking skin. Read more...

Monday, September 15, 2014

8 Reasons to Drink Water With Lemon

lemon, lemons, water with lemon, lemons for weight lossIt’s a fact that water is essential for healthy living. Its benefits to the body are unmatched by any other food or beverage. However, there is a way to enhance waters health benefits within the body.  By adding lemon to your water you can increase the benefits to your body and overall health. Lemon is full of its own vitamins, minerals and antioxidants which provide a host of therapeutic properties such as antibacterial, antiseptic, and blood purifying. So next time you order water add a slice of lemon to brighten your day and benefit your body both inside and out. Read more...

Monday, September 1, 2014

Making Exercise a Healthy Habit

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Most people don’t like to exercise. But even if you don’t like to exercise, it is essential for optimal health, and our bodies need exercise. Exercise is vital for many reasons; it prevents disease, improves stamina, strengthens muscles, bones and ligaments, enhances flexibility and helps to control weight. You don’t have to be fitness obsessed but there are plenty of ways to be make exercise a healthy habit. Read more...

Monday, August 25, 2014

Stay Hydrated This Summer

water bottle, water, drink waterWith so many options of beverages to drink now a days, water is still the healthiest option out there for our health. Why is water so important? For several reasons. The human body is approximately 70 percent water. We lose water through perspiration, aspiration and respiration. This water needs to be replenished or else you become dehydrated, which can lead to nausea, headaches, dizziness, disorientation, fatigue, sluggishness, abdominal cramps, muscle cramps, and dry mouth. Read more...

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