I have been asked by so many over these past weeks, “how do I make myself more healthy in the midst of this pandemic”. I find the question a bit odd since getting healthy doesn’t happen overnight. It is a process, a commitment to all aspects of whole health. I realize we all feel the […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on Just start….
I was thinking today that it is often that people don’t appreciate what they have until they are challenged to lose what they have. People often don’t think about what options they have to make themselves better or healthier until they are faced with losing their livelihood or health status. People often don’t take the […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on Chaos
Perspective… I think about how that word can give us some strength during this difficult time across the world. How can our perspective help us cope, give us hope, make us stronger? I was listening to several of my teachers who helped remind me that perspective is a choice. We can choose to look at […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on Perspective
Researchers at the US Army Research institute of Environmental Medicine found an association between habitually consuming protein in excess of the recommended dietary allowance (RDA) and lower body mass index, a smaller waist, and higher levels of the HDL “the good” cholesterol (1). The findings published in the Journal of Nutrition, are from protein intake […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Dark mornings and early sunsets aren’t just reminders that fall and winter are coming. They also mean it’s time to rebuild vitamin D levels. Because sun exposure is a critical part of getting enough vitamin D, it’s common for levels to drop during fall and winter months, leading to greater risk for health complications. It’s […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
When a slice of pizza or a burrito contains more than a day’s supply worth of sodium, it’s easy to see how growing teens can get too much. Their ravenous appetites often leave home freezers and pantries empty of these common packaged foods on a weekly basis. Now a new study is finding that, when […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
January 24, 2013 Diet plays a key role in preventing age-related muscle loss, or sarcopenia, according to a new review. Those toned abs, pecs, and quads didn’t come easy. You put hard work into them week in and week out at the gym—all those sets of crunches, presses, and painful squats! Now you’re getting older […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
July 31, 2012 Today, I stumbled across an interesting study published by; The American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine named The Use of Household Cleaning Sprays and Adult Asthma. I was amazed by their conclusions – Conclusions: Freque… nt use of common household cleaning sprays may be an important risk factor for adult […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Here is so much amazing information from my friend Dr Michael Colgan. He helps us understand the research in fitness and fat loss. How many of us are wasting our time not training properly? Exercise for Fat Loss If you are exercising to lose body fat, you have to be concerned you have too much […]Continue Reading... No Comments.