As spring comes to an end and summer draws near, a veritable cornucopia of tree-ripened fruits, berries and luscious vegetables await our hungry palates. These plant foods are full of unique and incredibly nutritious compounds.
If you are thinking about changing your exercise program, having trouble staying motivated, or looking to begin a new fitness routine, you won't want to miss this show. Get some great fitness advice directly from the experts!
Did you know that more than an estimated 120 different toxic compounds can be eliminated through perspiration? This includes everything from heavy metals to steroids to the body’s own inflammatory molecules.
Of modifiable cancer risks, diet remains one of the most significant. In fact, we can reduce our risk of developing cancer by as much as 30 percent just by adopting healthy eating habits. And one of the tastiest eating habits to develop is adding more culinary herbs and spices to our meals.
Writing about gratitude is one of our favorite things to do. Why are we so grateful about gratitude? Expressing gratitude is perhaps one of the most powerful things you can do to enhance your health—and you will find more joy and happiness in the process!
There is a phenomenon that occurs at this time of year—the February blues, or winter doldrums. While it may be enough to simply chalk this up to the time of year and try to hang in there until the daffodils herald the coming of spring, we suggest a different approach.
Many of us overindulge during the holidays and end up feeling a bit remorseful. This remorse often leads people to engage in “brutal” detoxification or fasting type diets to totally cleanse their bodies. Problem is these diets often times do the opposite of what we are trying to accomplish. Have no fear for there is another way!
Any one of us could confess to doing things habitually that are just not good for us—even during survivorship. Admitting these behaviors is the first step to beating them. It paves the way for us to step back and examine our habits.