wellness Articles
I’ve Found Relief for My High-Arched Feet!
Monday, November 17th, 2014 by Carolyn Collman
Its been awhile since Ive recommended a product in this blog, but I want to tell you about a terrific athletic shoe insole Ive just discovered that caters to people like me who have high-arched feet. Until recently Id notgiven much thought tomy high-arches since my days as a youn... Read more
Information On Back Of Knee Pain
Sunday, November 16th, 2014 by mike
Pain In The Back of Knee If you are suffering from posterior , which is back of knee pain, it can be caused from several different factors. This type of pain can gradually develop which may be an indication that there is a problem with some part of the knee. If there is an injury... Read more
Watsu: The Most Relaxing Bodywork You’ve Never Heard Of
Wednesday, November 12th, 2014 by Lynn Jaffee
Imagine floating in warm water. Your eyes are closed and the sounds of the outside world have receded. You are gently stretched by the drag of the water while being comfortably supported. You glide back and forth while your limbs are soothingly stretched and your back is softly f... Read more
What Are The Risks With Protein Deficiency
Monday, November 3rd, 2014 by mike
Protein Deficiency Risks If your are not eating enough protein and have a protein deficiency then you are not only missing out on the health benefits but you may also be doing some damage to your overall health. In this post I will be looking deeper at some of the affects a lack ... Read more
Serious Help for Picky Eaters
Monday, October 27th, 2014 by Lynn Jaffee
When I was a kid, I was the poster child for picky eaters. I didnt like a single green thing, exceptbaby lima beans, which is really sad on so many levels. The only fruit I ate was an occasional apple, mostly because my childhood home in New England bordered a large orchard, and ... Read more
Just What Is CrossFit Fitness?
Monday, October 27th, 2014 by mike
CrossFit, What is It I am sure by now you have heard about CrossFit, the type of fitness training developed in 2000 by Lauren Jenai and Greg Glassman. Since its beginning, the huge following of CrossFit has lead to the opening of over 10,000 CrossFit gyms all over the world. This... Read more
5 Simple Steps To Maximize Calories Burned Walking
Monday, October 13th, 2014 by mike
Increasing The Calories Burned When Walking Walking isnt considered by many to be a great cardio exercise because the calories burned walking is often less than other exercise routines. For example, cardio exercises like running and cycling, can have you burning anywhere from 3 t... Read more
A Body in Motion: Staying Motivated to Exercise
Thursday, October 9th, 2014 by Lynn Jaffee
Last year my husband got a Fitbit, one of those electronic gadgets that tracks the number of steps you take in a day, monitors your sleep patterns, the calories youve burned, and all kinds of other self-indulgent information. My first impression of these devices was that they wer... Read more
Understanding The Different Types Of Dietary Fats
Monday, October 6th, 2014 by mike
The Different Types Of Dietary Fats When people are looking to lead a healthier lifestyle, they often believe that all dietary fats are bad for them. However, the truth of the matter is besides trans fats, dietary fats should be eaten regularly for good health. In this post I hop... Read more
Tea Time
Monday, September 22nd, 2014 by Lynn Jaffee
I have not always been a tea drinker. Its a taste Ive acquired over the years, and now when I think about tea, it brings back all kinds of memories and moments. I think about time spent sitting on a friends deck at the base of the Rockies, catching up and drinking tea. There are ... Read more
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