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Say Goodbye to Dehydration

Getting enough water is super important for good health. You should be getting at least half of your body weight in ounces each day. If you don’t, you may experience some of the symptoms of dehydration which include: Bad breath Scanty dark-colored urine Dry non-elastic skin Headaches Constipation with dry stool Dry eyes with few tears…

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Eat Carbs After A Workout

Exercises, especially long bouts of endurance exercise, is hard on the body and even effects the immune system. In order to fully recover from intense exercise and ensure that the body stays strong, you need to make sure you eat the proper post workout foods. Eating between 30 and 60 grams of carbohydrates is needed…

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Fall Asleep Faster

Not getting enough sleep can be bad for you in so many ways. It can have an impact on your immune system, your skin and much more. Besides, laying awake at night unable to sleep is a pretty miserable experience. For many people, taking sleeping pills seems to be the solution but there are much…

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Vitamin D and Skeletal Muscle

Not getting enough vitamin D can impact your health in many ways. Now, a new report has announced that among the many other things a lack of vitaminD can impact, it can also alter your body’s ability to build and maintain skeletal muscle. This puts you at risk for falls, injuries and other harms caused…

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Tea, Chocolate & Wine

Sound delicious? We think so too! Not only are they delicious, but certain types of tea, chocolate and wine can be excellent sources of antioxidants. When ingested in moderation these three treats can have excellent benefits on your cardiovascular health and more! Read more. 

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Rose Water Pudding

Just in time for Valentine’s Day! Check out this delicious, healthy and refreshing recipe for rose water pudding! Not only will this yummy pudding warm your heart with the sweet scent of rose, but, since it’s made with yogurt, you’ll get plenty of good bacteria to help improve your intestinal health. Read more. 

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Eating Fermented Foods

More and more scientists are starting to report on the power of fermented foods. In fact, eating foods that have been fermented have been shown to increase the beneficial bacteria in your gut that can help to reduce inflammation and increase immune function. These foods can help protect you against many chronic health conditions by…

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Cold vs Allergies

It’s that time of year again. The common cold is everywhere, but so are winter allergens. When symptoms start it can sometimes be difficult to tell the difference between the onset of a cold and bad winter allergies. While the symptoms can be similar, there a few key differences that you can look for like duration,…

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Why You Should Drink More Tea

Green tea is cherished by many cultures as being one of nature’s most healthful beverages.  A recent study in the Journal of Biological Chemistry, highlights the research conducted by a group of international scientists who have tested the healthful compounds of green tea that have been shown to have a positive effect on many serious conditions. Read more…

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Preventing a Cold the Natural Way

It’s cold season and getting a cold is not fun. A quick Google search will bring up countless ways to ward off the common cold, but how do you know what works and what doesn’t? Among some of the most popular natural remedies for the common cold are: Apple Cider Vinegar Chicken Soup Zinc Nasal Rinses…

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