Our protective roof against viruses is our immune system. We hear a lot about ways to support your heart, lungs, liver, brain and bones but surprisingly little about how to boost your immunity
We are creatures of habit. We do things a certain way. However habits can be changed.To help you achieve your new years goals here are five tips.
Whenever one visits a cemetery the descriptions on the headstones have a certain theme to them.It is not about the size of their house, whether they owned a yacht or even about a business they may have run. Headstones always describe the most important relationships.
So many people tend to make excuses as to why they can’t get fit or even be consistent in their exercise program. Folks, let me tell you, there are none.In order to get fit, you’ve got to want to get fit.
For virtually everyone there was a time when Christmas meant fun. It is a slightly sad reflection on society that so many people see Christmas as a stressful time.This year ask yourself what needs to happen for me to enjoy Christmas as much as when I was six years old?
OK its now “official” - being sedentary does actually kill you. The negative impact of a sedentary lifestyle on our health has been observed for many years but it has now been clearly shown and quantified. An Australian study of 8800 people over six years found those...
The health of children is important. Far too important to be a pawn in custody battles or to be left to social workers and sanctimonious public health officials.
The human body needs sleep. Over the last century the amount of sleep people get has declined by over an hour. It is estimated that at the turn of the twentieth century we averaged nine hours per night. Today the average is under eight hours per night. It is fair to...
Have you ever wondered why you keep dieting? Why you may lose a healthy amount of weight but then spiral out of control? Why you never seem to be able to restrict your food intake properly? Why you turn to food as a source of comfort? Why you can’t stay on a diet?
Yoga reins a great form of exercise with some surprising benefits
Responsibility for unacceptable behavior needs to be placed where it belongs, with the individual who has done whatever it is they have done. Making medical excuses or blaming something or someone for the behavior of people is not the answer.
As a mother of two (one of whom was only rarely picky, the other a bottomless pit of imminent starvation), I feel compelled to say that any kid of mine who would dare to advise me that they “won’t eat fresh fruit” would be going hungry