Taking care of ourselves is so important, especially to the people that care about us. Here in the Health+Wellness section of MyNewUsual, we will share News and Information on health topics, and we’ll also share how to Nourish and Care for our bodies as we transition into our new selves. Remember, one step at a time, and here is a little leg up to help you get there!
A light summer salad that always delivers! Sliced heirloom tomatoes topped with a light drizzle of olive and balsamic. Tomatoes and basil are good cancer fighters, chock full of antioxidants! 3 large heirloom tomatoes 1 teaspoon olive oil 1 teaspoon balsamic vinegar ½ container of fresh mozzarella 5 to 10 fresh basil leaves View Post >
Did you know that walking with a friend is good for you? Not just the physical aspects, like lowering blood pressure and cholesterol, but lifting depression, increasing motivation and it keeps you accountable. I know this works for me, and I get to catch up with a dear friend at the same time. View Post >
Here’s a real news flash (cue sarcasm)… You can add years to your life by exercising vigorously (like running or tennis) rather than moderate exercise. You could cut your risk of early death by 13% just by getting out there and moving it. Any exercise is better than none at all, but taking View Post >
Our Food Editor Christine takes us through the best things to get at an Asian supermarket. If this is all new to you, you’ll be surprised at how many of these items are things you recognize from your favorite Asian restaurant. Very simple ingredients can make a very tasty and healthy dish. Read on! View Post >
This may be your thing to keep on track. Only weigh yourself once a week to keep losing or to maintain weight loss, according to a recent study by Plos One. That seems doable, right? Not obsessing but also keeping it real. You can do it.
We’ve all been there. You have guests coming for dinner, and you are wiped out. Too tired to cook, to overwhelmed to order. So take a step back, let your guests contribute (everyone wants to) and consider Nosh Night! There’s probably a few things in the fridge already that you can throw together, View Post >