20 Minutes of Exercise Act is All it Takes

It’s well known that regular physical activity has health benefits, including weight control, strengthening the heart, bones and muscles and reducing the risk of certain diseases. Recently, researchers at University of California San Diego School Read More

The Benefits and Risks of Hemp?

If you like controversy, bringing up the topic of marijuana is likely to generate more than a little smoke in most company. Wild health claims, stereotypes, oversimplification, and wishful thinking add to the haze impeding Read More

Three Teas to Fight the Sniffles

With the hustle and bustle of busy holiday schedules, getting the sniffles is all but certain. Don?t worry, rejoice! French Culinary Institute graduate and food blogger Rachel Dresken shared her potable secrets with us to Read More

The Best Foods for Fighting Stress

As busy and productive people with over-scheduled, stressful lifestyles, sometimes combined with little quality sleep and poor eating habits, it is no wonder so many of us feel drained. Saying that you “feel tired” usually Read More

Vitamin C Is in Season

Although vitamins are “vital” nutrients required for life that, in most cases, cannot be synthesized by the body, vitamin C stands out because, in addition to humans, there are few animals that actually lack this Read More

Three Ways To Boost Magnesium

Boosting your body’s magnesium levels through diet, supplements and Epsom salt baths can help relieve holiday stress. It is also a great way to promote muscle recovery after New Year’s workout resolutions, according to? acclaimed?Atlanta?physician?Dr.?Bindiya Read More

Crucial tips for Food Safety

November is National Diabetes Month. The?U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA)?reminds people with diabetes (and those preparing food for them) about the importance of safe food handling in preventing foodborne illness. Learn about safe selection Read More

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