If you’re a frequent sufferer of cramping, abdominal pain, bloating, constipation, or other related symptoms, you may have IBS – and your diet may be to blame.
Eating healthy doesn’t have to be expensive. Growing fruits and veggies at home will not only save you money but also guarantee the quality of every meal you make. Now’s the time to prepare your backyard produce paradise – read the article for tips on where to start.
How we look, how we think we look, and the emotions tied to our self-perceptions can all be wildly different. Understanding body image and how it can positively or negatively manifest is vital to living a healthy lifestyle.
These two key tools may help boost your immunity and fight those winter blues.
Before you start that new quick fix diet you’ve been hearing so much about, read this.
Antioxidants aren’t just good for our health; they’re essential warriors that protect our bodies against damaging free radicals.
100 calories of different foods can be drastically different portions – choose what you’re eating wisely to get the most out of your “calorie budget” if you’re looking to lose weight.
Though prolonged loneliness can have adverse effects on anyone, the repercussions for seniors are especially damaging. Checking in on the older loved ones in your life is more important now than ever – read Senior Advisor, Lynn Paxon’s overview of red flags to watch for.
Slimming down to a healthy weight is good, but not as good as maintaining a stable weight over time. Read this article by Jeannie Versagli, RD, about the risks of an unhealthy or fluctuating number on the scale and what you can do to combat it.
While personal training and physical therapy can look similar in practice, each serves a slightly different purpose. Read up on what separates these two fields to know which service will better meet your needs.