The scale – friend or foe? No matter what the scale says, it isn’t a better tool to judge your health. Thankfully, there is a better way. Check out these 8 tips.
It’s that time of year when we look to the future. A fresh start, a clean slate, no matter the past, no matter the present. Have you decided to set goals for this year? Think of a goal as an endpoint, and intentions are the daily movements needed to reach your goal.
Drinking mindlessly, with or without alcohol, can pack on calories, additives, lethargy, and eventually, pounds. I’m not popping in here to tell you to swap out all your celebratory favorites for plain ‘ol water. In fact, here are a few ways you can indulge.
This year has thrown us all sorts of twists, turns, and loops. We’ve been challenged to adapt, create, resign, and resolve as we haven’t before. SOME things must have gone right, yes? What pattern or habit have you had to change that went in your favor?
WHAT IF you lost the desire to snack? Yes, it’s possible. Think about how you feel just after eating a comfortably-sized meal. You’re not thinking about eating and are truly focused on the next task or activity at hand. Blissful, huh?
I invite you to eat better NOW instead of waiting until the new year (or some other grandiose event) to get you into gear! Increasing potassium in the diet is an important and relatively quick way to better your health NOW.
I invite you to take steps NOW, through the holidays, to eat better – not wait until the new year (or until the heavens part) to live your best health vision! Let’s get into it by starting with three ways to slash salt.
This week, I’m revisiting vitamin D and its role in COVID-19, especially given the pandemic’s current state. Updated research has given us a clearer picture of vitamin D levels in relation to the severity of COVID-19 cases.
Adaptogens are herbal pharmaceuticals. They work to counteract the effects of stress in the body. Stress takes a toll on the body, especially over extended periods. It can harm neurological, endocrine, and immune systems. Adaptogens “adapt” their function to mitigate the body’s stress response.
There are generally two ways to perceive moderation: if I include something notoriously ‘off-limits’ in my diet or health plan, in smaller amounts, how will I be able to stop myself once I start? Or the flip side, I can have part of anything as long as I don’t eat the WHOLE thing.
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