Showing posts with tag: health

Healthy Fruits and Vegetables

Healthy Fruits and Vegetables

Family Traditions – Eating Healthy Fruits and Vegetables Parents have a life long impact on the eating habits of the family. Having grown up the daughter of a former farmer, meal time included generous helpings of fruits and vegetables…most of which were recognizable. Whole artichokes, rutabaga, turnips and eggplant are just some of the vegetables […]

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Yoga Health Benefits
29 AUGUST 2013

Long Term Health Benefits of Yoga

Research Supports Yoga’s Long Term Impacts on Health Yoga brings together physical and mental disciplines to achieve peacefulness of body and mind, helping you relax and manage stress and anxiety. “Here we have shown, to our knowledge for the first time, that there are rapid (within 2 hours of start of practice) and significant gene […]

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Focus on Honey
27 AUGUST 2013

Health Benefits of Honey

Honey – Tasty and Healthy Honey on toast, tea and honey, PP&J with honey, honey glazed ham and honey on oatmeal are just a few of the many ways to serve honey. Who knew that honey has a lower glycemic index (GI) than sugar? There are studies on the health benefits of honey that encompass […]

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11 APRIL 2013

Health Benefits of Chiropractic Care

As aging baby boomers yearn to maintain an active lifestyle, there is increased interest in non-surgical, drug-free, natural remedies for pain. At the top of their list is Chiropractic Care. According to Consumer Reports around 80% of the U.S. population is bothered by back pain at some point. It’s astounding the limitations back pain alone […]

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20 FEBRUARY 2013

Health Benefits of Chewing Your Food

A Simple Method to Improve Health How you chew your food can quickly and positively impact your health. If you want to increase energy, improve sleep, and focus your mind better, all you have to do is change one small eating habit. Why Chewing Your Food Can Change Your Life “Make sure and chew your […]

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Lots of Broccoli
17 JANUARY 2013

Think Broccoli for Vitamin D Nutrition

Broccoli is a Key Vegetable for Attaining a Balanced Diet Understanding the diet and nutrition benefits of specific vegetables is important for your health. Broccoli stands out as one that is on the top tier of the nutrient rich options, specifically vitamin D. Vitamin D supplementing is one way to lower cholesterol levels. Adding broccoli, […]

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Digital Health Workout
9 JANUARY 2013

Impact of Digital Health

Innovative Digital Health Tools New digital health tools provide individuals with a variety of innovative health-related options in the new year. New technology trends in 2013 are fueled by innovative companies who will change how consumers manage to their health online. 2013: The Year of Digital Health It seems that the stars are aligned. These […]

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Start Yoga
18 DECEMBER 2012

Top 5 Reasons to Start Yoga

Think Yoga for Health Is it time to select a new health activity? If you have yet to take up yoga it may be time to investigate why others decided to get started. Yoga is a mind and body practice that combines stretching exercises, controlled breathing and relaxation. Yoga can improve your health by helping to […]

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What Is Neuromuscular Therapy?
26 OCTOBER 2012

What is Neuromuscular Therapy?

  I find there are alternatives to treating pain that may be less invasive than medication or surgery, here is one method I find very interesting. Neuromuscular Therapy is a specific approach to the problem of pain which utilizes advanced concepts in the science and art of pressure therapy. During the initial examination the therapist […]

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