Saturday, March 7, 2015

Choosing Meatless Protein Options for Better Health

The human body needs protein. It is the nutrient that our bodies need to build and repair every bodily tissue, which is a process that is constantly on going. However most people when they hear the word protein they immediately think meat, dairy and fish, but vegetables, beans, legumes, grains and nuts also provide the body with protein as well. Plus these meatless options offer additional health benefits as well, such as complete proteins, lower fat, more fiber, antioxidants and water which help to decrease inflammation. Read more..

Jumpstart Your Weight Loss with These Cleansing Foods

You want to lose weight, but how? You’ve tried everything, dieting, starvation, exercise but it doesn’t seem to do anything. The problem is that sugar and flour are so prevalent in the foods that we eat and so addictive that they cause us not only to over eat but they spike insulin and inflammation within the body causing us to store belly fat.  Read more...

Tuesday, February 17, 2015

Ways to Boost Your Weight Loss

Everyone is looking for the best way to lose weight. Whether it’s working out, eating healthy or a combination of both, everyone’s path to weight loss is different. However there are sure fire ways that everyone can increase their weight loss.  The food you put in your body is just as important as how you eat. Use these tips to reach your weight loss goals.  Read more...


 



Friday, February 6, 2015

What to Do About Your Headache?

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You have a headache, so what do you do about it? That depends upon what type of headache you have. The different types of symptoms that you are experiencing will determine what type of headache you have and the many ways in which you can relieve it.  Read more...

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...

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