When you need a little energy boost while staying awake to study for finals or to make that extra hour driving home most everyone reaches for one of many energy drinks on the market. But, just because it’s labled as an energy drink doesn’t mean it’s healthy for you. Energy drinks constitute big business […]Read More
What is the link between diet, inflamation and disease?
The new view of inflammation in the body, developed over the past 10 years, is that it is a generalized state within the circulatory and immune system perpetuated by consuming certain foods that have become staples in most American’s diets. The outcome of this is the dietary promotion of arthritis, osteoporosis, heart disease, cancer, […]Read More A link between diet and feeling good, Diet, Junk Food, Nutrition, Obesity and kids, What you eat will make a difference in how healthy you are, you are what you eat
The five biggest mistakes with kids and athletic training
Let’s review the five biggest exercise mistakes youngsters can make, along with some safe and effective alternatives. Kids pick up the latest fitness magazine and start training like their favorite athletes do, thinking they can be just like them if they push hard enough. Unfortunately, their bodies are usually not ready for this level of training, […]Read More Activity important for healthy kids, avoid knee injuries in youth will keep healthy knees as adults, Obesity and kids, Sedintary activities not healthy for children, youth sports injuries
Eating is fundemental so choose wisely
We eat for a variety of reasons – because a particular food tastes good, as part of socializing, boredom, or just because the clock says, “Time to eat!” Occasionally, we even eat because we are actually hungry. Unfortunately, too many Americans consume foods (processed and packaged) that contain one or more of the following ingredients: […]Read More anti-oxidants are not all equal, Diet, Fiber and your health, How does the body create oxidants?, improve your diegestive health, Junk Food, Know what is harmful on the label, Nutrition, Tips for a healthier you, Womens Health