Health Topics

  • Salad: When Should You Eat It?

    Whether you choose to eat a salad before, during, or after your main meal, studies have shown that the mere fact that salad is included with any meal, can reduce energy intake, i.e. calories, by 11%. So, adding this leafy friend will prove beneficial, no matter what. View Post
  • Can Compression Clothing Help Improve Blood Flow?

    During the last decade, it would have been next to impossible not to see the rise of compression-based garments and apparel. With bold claims about more strength, better athletic performance, and enhanced recovery, it’s no wonder that compression clothing made such an impact on the fitness indust... View Post
  • Tackling Bladder Issues Doesn't Have to Be Scary

    Prescription drugs made for bladder issues may be effective but usually come with a laundry list of unpleasant side effects like nausea, diarrhea, dizziness, headaches and more. You shouldn’t have to replace one debilitating symptom with another. Thankfully there is a much less invasive and highly effective alternative. View Post
  • 3 Healthy Soups to Warm Your Soul

    Winter is almost over but there’s still time to enjoy the benefits of a hearty and healthy bowl of soup. These three simple recipes will surely become some of your favorites, not only for their taste but for their nourishing nutrients that will do your body good. View Post
  • Healthy Additions To Pasta

    If you’re a pasta lover and simply can’t get enough of the stuff, chances are good you’re on the lookout for what you can add to pasta to make it even healthier. While pasta itself isn’t an unhealthy food, it’s not really a healthy one either. View Post
  • The Health Benefits of Ashitaba

    You won’t want to overlook what Ashitaba has to offer you. This plant has been around for many years, and is often considered to be one of the top medicinal plants available today. It’s sometimes dubbed the ‘longevity herb’ because it has so many healing qualities and those who use it may help themselves live a longer life.

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  • Summer Safety for Seniors

    Summer is one of the best times of the year for seniors as they have less joint pain, a decreased risk of illness, and improved levels of vitamin D. However, a sunny day can quickly become problematic if you don’t prepare yourself for temperature and UV exposure. Let’s review the best summer safety tips for seniors.

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  • Probiotics Versus Digestive Enzymes: The Difference You Need To Know

    You likely keep up on the latest in nutrition information – how many calories you should eat; what the best macro split may be; which superfoods you should be adding to your diet. All of this attention to your diet is great, but you are missing out on your digestive health.

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