Food is fuel for our bodies to survive, so just like your car needs fuel to go, you need to eat. It’s what you eat, however, that makes a difference. Eating well means eating fresh fruits, vegetables, whole grains, etc, which are often more expensive than packaged foods with tons of preservatives, salt, sugar, and things we can’t easily pronounce. They aren’t good for us but seem too good to pass up when we’re in a hurry to get food on the table for our families.
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Diabetes is a growing problem worldwide, so researchers continue to look for lifestyle behaviors that can be changed in order to prevent or reverse this trend. More and more, experts are devoting attention to the Mediterranean diet.
Summer officially begins June 21st, which means more time outdoors, more travel, and more safety issues to be aware of. As with anything kids do, there are dangers, but think about some of the risks involved in activities that are new to your kids or that they haven’t done for a while.
Whenever people ask me what I do to combat stress, the first thing that comes to mind is acupuncture. Stress can be caused by just about anything from being worried about something, not having enough time to get everything done, rushing around and over-taxing your system or anything that troubles you enough to affect your moods, sleep, concentration and overall well-being.
Getting ready for summer vacation is an exciting time for kids who have been working hard all year and looking forward to a break. Make their time at home fun and healthy by providing delicious, nutritious snacks, especially for when you aren’t there to supervise what they are eating.
Have kids starting school for the first time, changing schools, going to summer school, summer camp, or back to school in the fall? Some parents find it to be a stressful time because there is so much shopping to do which takes a lot of time and money to accomplish, but rest assured there are a few things you can do to make it fun instead of fatiguing.
Many of the ailments we suffer from can actually be mild to severe symtoms of consuming our favorite foods, even foods that we know are healthy. The fact is that any food can cause an allergic reaction and as we get older, we can develop new allergies.