Allergies aren’t a communicable disease, but an immune response to environmental substances.
When did it become acceptable that a few produce items can multiply the cost of your shopping trip? Sure, you’re consuming less harmful chemicals, but where’s your sense of adventure?
What is with this obsession to be tan anyway?
I remember brushing my teeth and swishing with fluoride in the fourth grade, as part of my regular after-lunch school routine. Since the local water was considered less fluoridated than ideal for young teeth, parents were offered the option to supplement their children at school.
After passing through the red, yellow, and green produce department, choosing carefully only among the ORGANIC options, some health-conscious shoppers will also look for the gluten-free, organic, and other health-minded labels on their other food choices. There may be a sense of false security in those labels though.
Heart-shaped candies, cookies, and boxes of chocolate are piled up everywhere this week. All diet rules are thrown out the window after a holiday such as Valentine’s Day. The goal is to eat it all, just to get rid of it fast, and get back to the New Year’s resolutions, right?
Some people get immunizations or take dietary supplements. Some avoid being around the general public and complain that others are being inconsiderate by exposing others to germs, if they hear a sneeze or cough. Others just try to “eat right” (based on their own research) and push through until Spring, when we can all get outside and away from germ-filled rooms.
There is not a holiday in sight, outside of Valentine’s Day. While grocery stores may already be selling Easter candy, that is three months away.
Help is here! There is one super food that is high in antioxidants, fiber and protein, that when added to a healthy diet helps to trim the waistline. That super food is beans.
The National Cancer Institute states that one in eight women have a risk of developing breast cancer and as much as 80 percent of cancer cases are preventable. Risk factors for breast cancer are family history, genetics and diet.
First week of School and Already Fatigued? Help is here! Last week you were motivated, energetic and excited to be back in school. However, this week it’s rough getting out of bed.
The one word that describes most Americans is autopilot. Our days are filled with rush, rush, rush. Stopping only to eat at a fast-food restaurant, and if we go to the gym the question is always, how fast can I get through my workout. Sitting in front of the television or computer, we eat never […]