The good news is spring is just around the corner. However, many of us may still be in a winter slump. With short, cold, dark days, it’s easy to feel a bit bogged down by the winter blues. Here are some tips to help elevate your mood!
Most Americans are used to eating processed foods, adding to our increasingly obese population and making disease seem unavoidable. Pay attention to nutrition labels--you never know what could be hiding in your food!
Many of us try to regain our health after we’ve already caught a cold. We’re always playing catch-up. What we need to do is strengthen our bodies with the nutrients they need so our immune systems can fight off sickness once and for all.
2015 is closing in! Have you thought about your resolutions? Many peoples’ resolutions involve eating healthier and getting in shape, but, unfortunately, most of these pledges are forgotten after a month.
One of my favorite vegetables to eat in winter is squash (even if it is technically a fruit),
and not just because it’s so easy to cook, or adds great texture to any recipe, and has a
natural sweetness. Squash is also great because...
On a cold day, there’s nothing more satisfying than sipping on a favorite hot drink to warm your spirits. But all of the tempting, sugary, fattening drinks advertised at popular coffee shops make it challenging to stay healthy.
While the fall and winter months bring us plenty of joyful family holidays, they also inflict upon us a seemingly endless bout of visits to the doctor, fatigue, and sick days. Be proactive; nourish your body so it can defend itself!