To Your Health Newsletter
- Article Index
- 3 Strategies to Help You Survive
the Unhealthy Holidays
- Maximizing Your Fitness
- Alternative Medicine 101
- Stay Calm When You Need To
- Time Management Essentials
- Steering Clear of Cancer
- Fight the Flu Naturally
- Keep Your Child Healthy
- Can You Be Fat, But Fit?
- Beat Inflammation With Turmeric
the Unhealthy Holidays
Feeling more than a little discouraged these days in the bloated aftermath of your latest holiday overindulgence – the Thanksgiving feast? The bad news is you can expect December to be just as, if not more challenging to your diet and fitness goals. But don't fret, the good news is there are easy strategies you can adopt to ensure you make it to January – and beyond – without developing a snowman-sized waistline. Here's how.
Is It Time for a Personal Trainer?
When East Meets West
8 Stress Reducers
Exercise Solutions for Busy Moms
Most people cringe when they hear the "C" word - cancer. What can you do to prevent cancer and if you have already had cancer, how can you prevent its recurrence? There are a few fundamental issues you should tackle. Sleep, stress, exercise, diet and supplements are a start. The foundation of a healthy body should be your primary focus when thinking of cancer prevention.
Flu season is in full effect. Are you prepared? If you are looking to stay healthy this flu season, consider foods that can boost your immune system. Natural foods such as honey, raw garlic, spices such as turmeric and antioxidant-boosting berries are known to play a positive role in fighting off the common cold virus. Incorporating them into your diet can give you the immune support you need this season.
When it comes to your children, keeping them healthy should be the top priority. Three important factors that positively impact a child's health are nutrition, exercise, and limited exposure to chemicals. Many pediatricians strongly recommend using organic cleaning supplies and consuming organic foods. Learn why clean food and a clean environment are essential to your child's growth.
What matters more - physical activity or your BMI? According to researchers, the more you move, the better. New research suggests fitness levels, not weight, predicted whether or not a study participant died during the study period.
Turmeric is a member of the ginger family. It has been used for thousands of years in India as a spice and food additive, helping give many curries color and flavor. It has been found to be beneficial in patients with indigestion and ulcers, as well as many other ailments.