Reblogging from Chape Fitness showing all the great reasons to exercise in 2018. Enjoy! First of all, I want to wish you a Merry Christmas! Second, I… Read more “50 reasons to exercise – Chape Fitness”
Why should you exercise? We found a wonderful infographic by Chape Fitness on the 50 Reasons Why You Should Exercise. You’re sure to find a few reason… Read more “50 Reasons Why You Should Exercise”
Importance of Making Healthy Choices While Eating On the Go According to the National Restaurant Association, American adults buy a meal or snack from a restaurant 5.8… Read more “SF: Maintaining Your Weight When Out and About”
Smart Food Choices for Healthy Aging Planning a day’s worth of meals using smart food choices might seem overwhelming at first. So we’ve found some sample… Read more “SF: Smart Food Menu Planner”
Health Benefits of Keeping Your Weight in Check Would you consider yourself obese or border-line obese? I want to share this great article from Scott Edward (Scott… Read more “Health Effects of Being Overweight or Obese”
It’s almost impossible to go grocery shopping and not be tempted by the foods that are bad for you. The grocery stores do this on purpose. They… Read more “Low-Calorie, Lower Fat Foods You Can Live With (Eat This, Not That)”
How Our Thoughts Affect Our Health About the Mind-Body Connection Ah, the mind. That complex organ that can keep you awake with thoughts upon thoughts. Or how… Read more “How Our Thoughts Affect Our Health”
I am delighted to share with you a post from a friend of mine, Christy Birmingham. Christy is an author and founder of When Women Inspire, a… Read more “How Our Thoughts Affect Our Physical Health (Guest Post)”
I was officially diagnosed with Hip Osteoarthritis about 5 months ago. I say ‘officially’ because I had been self-diagnosing and living with the pain for over 10… Read more “SF: Tips for Reducing Hip Osteoarthritis Pain”
People who had to give up money if they didn’t exercise enough met their goal 50% more of the time than people who were paid to exercise. ~Time.com
Switching mice from a high glycemic diet to a low glycemic diet stopped the development of certain signs of age-related macular degeneration.
We all know that protein is essential to life, but did you know that there are different types of proteins? Do you know how much you really need? And did you know that some proteins promote estrogen hormones while some promote testosterone hormones.
As you know, you can’t eat unhealthy and expect to be healthy. And while we don’t normally write about specific diets – but we do believe that… Read more “SF: What the Glycemic Index means to you”
Realizing which food groups you are eating (and how much you need of each group) can help you get the right balance of nutrition your body needs… Read more “What’s on your plate?”
The mix of carbohydrate, fat and protein in your diet may be a critical factor in maintaining weight loss. To your body, not all calories are created equal.