Care: You know you are supposed to take care of yourself, and yet sometimes it gets hard to remember all of the things you are supposed to be doing, or maybe it’s all new to you and you need a little help. This section will give you a leg up on exercise, what to eat, why certain things are good for you (see “HOT TIPS”) and how to get started on the path to wellness. It can be overwhelming, and sometimes it takes awhile to get used to, so keep checking back here for some guidance and helpful information.
We love these easy ways to integrate fitness into your day from AARP. Even if you feel that you don’t have time (you do, by the way), here are some quick ways to get it done! Get Fit on the Sly 10 clever ways to sneak exercise into your day by Selene View Post >
How many of us spend our time looking for a quick fix to a healthy lifestyle? The latest fad diet or workout or green juice or supplement? It’s never ending but the truth is, there is only one way to really achieve a healthy lifestyle, and that’s by fixing those things within ourselves that View Post >
You know how it goes as we get older. That muffin top is an actual thing, and how the hell did that happen, anyway? You might still be working out and eating well, but your body is changing and so you have to mix it up to make it work differently. According to a View Post >
Hi friends. We are sharing this great article from the New York Times on how just a few minutes of yoga can transform your bone health. Take a gander below… PERSONAL HEALTH By JANE E. BRODY Yoga enthusiasts link the practice to a long list of health benefits, including greater flexibility and range of View Post >
Did you know? You up your calorie burn by 20% when you vary the pace during a walk versus staying at a steady pace. So walk a little faster, or do a slight jog or sprint, and then back to your normal pace. Easy peasy, right? Get ‘er done, people. For more View Post >
Pistachios are addicting, right? And they are healthy snacks. Here is why are they so good for you. One oz. (49 “kernels”) has 6 g protein, 24 percent of your daily dose of B6 and 6 percent of your daily iron – a good deal for 160 calories. Pistachios do have fat, View Post >