Like it or not, when it comes to your health and your habits, you’re modelling behavior for those closest to you. So, are you modelling health or are you modelling illness? In this episode of The Brain Warrior’s Way Podcast, Dr. Daniel Amen and Tana Amen discuss how you can model a healthy lifestyle by … Read moreHealth & Habits: What Are You Guilty Of?
This post was originally published on this site Soups and stews make simple, healthy meals to fill you up and keep you warm. You don’t need to use beef, chicken, milk, or cream in them either. Here’s some healthier options to try that are also incredibly hearty and filling! The post How to Make Simple … Read moreHow to Make Simple Veg Stews to Keep You Warm This Winter
This post was originally published on this site With proper precautions (foot protection and clothing for applicable breeds/body types), it is perfectly safe to take dogs for longer walks each day. Here are three reasons why powering through the cold with your pooch is so important! The post 3 Reasons You Should Take Your Dog … Read more3 Reasons You Should Take Your Dog Out No Matter What the Weather is Like
This post was originally published on this site Here’s how you can start a running routine of your own to reap the rewards for yourself. The post How to Get Started With a New Running Regimen appeared first on One Green Planet.
Numerous studies have found that omega-3s from foods and/or supplements can help improve your health. They fight inflammation associated with conditions like arthritis, reduce levels of triglycerides and protect the brain. That, along with many other reasons, is why you want to avoid an omega-3 deficiency. These important fatty acids also needed for proper cardiovascular and neurological … Read moreOmega-3 Deficiency Symptoms + 3 Steps to Overcome Them
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I am here today with Dr. Mark Cucuzzella, a man with so many accomplishments it’s hard to sum up. Mark is an Air Force Reserve Lieutenant Colonel, a practicing family medicine doctor, a professor at West Virginia University School of Medicine, and a provider of continuing medical education courses on health, fitness, and running through HealthFit … Read more221: Natural Movement, Sustainable Fitness, and Lifelong Health With Dr. Mark Cucuzzella
There was so much to be grateful for this holiday season! Most people tend to overeat during the holidays and perhaps you ate more than normal with all the leftovers around. Perhaps you feel unmotivated and powerless to get back to eating healthy. The key to success with meeting your health goals is getting back … Read moreHoliday Detox Green Smoothie Recipe
This post was originally published on this siteStart your week off right and meal prep this chicken cacciatore slow cooker recipe! It has all of the traditional and savory flavors of chicken cacciatore, but it’s ready in no time with very few steps! Eat it alone or over your favorite pasta! All About Chicken Cacciatore- … Read moreChicken Cacciatore Slow Cooker Recipe
Topics News and updates from Diane & Liz [2:14] Keto Quick Start tour Balanced Bites spices Balanced Bites meals Rachel McAdams breastfeeding picture Dr. Jolene Brighten mini-segment – post-birth control syndrome [7:33] Oregano oil and probiotics [18:04] Treat yourself: a case of dark chocolate and soda-flavored water [27:35] Balanced Bites Master Class The episodes are … Read morePodcast Episode #382: Post-Birth Control Syndrome, Oregano Oil & Probiotics, & Cold Care Tips
(NaturalHealth365) Every month, we seem to hear competing stories out there about alcohol. Is it good for you? Is it bad for you? And, now, what the heck is the Dry January challenge? Now, we understand that many people enjoy alcohol so much that they’ll probably continue drinking it no matter what side of … Read moreWhy take the Dry January challenge: Discover 5 surprising health effects of too much alcohol
One of the most compelling statements in a 2014 study published in Frontiers in Aging Neuroscience is that in regard to Parkinson’s disease, “[A] growing body of evidence suggests that nutrition may play an important role.” Parkinson’s disease is a progressive neurodegenerative disease that usually develops in older people, with such symptoms as inflammation, stiff … Read morePeppers to Help Prevent Parkinson’s