Category: Healthy Aging
Breakfast for Weight Loss ChampionsRead more: Breakfast for Weight Loss Champions
What a great deal when you’re actually being encouraged to eat – breakfast that is! If you think skipping breakfast helps you shave calories from the day, think again. Study after study shows breakfast eaters are leaner than breakfast skippers. And the National Weight Control Registry finds people who have lost at least 30 pounds…
Don’t Let the Fat Goblin Grab You!Read more: Don’t Let the Fat Goblin Grab You!
Halloween is now considered the big kickoff to the holidays — complete with all the calorie-laden treats!
9 Healthy Reasons to Enjoy Tea TimeRead more: 9 Healthy Reasons to Enjoy Tea Time
Check out some of tea’s specific benefits: Arthritis. Tea reduces inflammation and slows cartilage breakdown to improve arthritis. Research has also shown that tea-drinking older women are 60 percent less likely to develop rheumatoid arthritis. Cancer. Studies are showing tea’s polyphenols, especially those in green tea, may play a role in preventing or delaying several…
5 Steps to Better Women’s HealthRead more: 5 Steps to Better Women’s Health
Many women are notorious multi-taskers who function best with a list in hand. Yet often you’re left off your own “to-do” list while you care for everyone else. You’ve heard it before: To be able to better care for others, you must take care of yourself. And if mama’s happy, everyone’s happy!
Consistent Exercise Protects Your Colon — and Your LifeRead more: Consistent Exercise Protects Your Colon — and Your Life
Just in time to help you renew your commitment to getting more active this year, new studies underscore the benefits of regular exercise — especially related to colon cancer.
10 Ways to Stress LessRead more: 10 Ways to Stress Less
A simple one-syllable word can do a lot of damage to your body and your mood. Stress. Stress seems to be epidemic today. Many factors can feed it: world events, financial worries, job insecurity, family illnesses, work overload, children, traffic or just simply life’s daily issues. These stressors can worsen high blood pressure…
Shake Off Colds and FluRead more: Shake Off Colds and Flu
Right now, many people are wrapped in the throes of colds and flu. Sneezing, coughing, sore throat, runny nose, stuffed sinuses and fever knock people out of their routines and leave them tired and miserable. While visiting viruses cause colds and flu, some people seem to get sick more often and more severely…
4 Nutrients That May Help Prevent HeadachesRead more: 4 Nutrients That May Help Prevent Headaches
When you look around the world today, we face big headaches: environmental disasters, financial crises and political unrest. But if your own head hurts, that’s all you can focus on. Headaches affect nearly everyone at some point. Types of headaches include tension headaches, migraines, cluster headaches and sinus headaches.