Believe it or not but winter is almost here, and it can bring with it bouts of the blues. Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) is your body’s response to the decreased sunlight during the days of autumn and winter. Generally, SAD is subtle. While some people do plunge into a deep depression as the seasons change, … More 4 Steps to Beat Seasonal Affective Disorder Before it Begins!
If there is one vitamin in the world that can help optimize a person’s health and well-being is Vitamin D. Traditionally, vitamin D deficiency was associated with the bone disease rickets, but since the disease is now rare, we are seeing other problems caused by vitamin D deficiency. Fortunately, this vitamin can be made and … More Vitamin D: America’s vitamin deficiency
Current research has shown the benefits of chiropractic care on the immune system. The nerve system possesses unique control mechanisms on the immune system. Chiropractic adjustments relieve stress on the nerve system which allows the immune system to work more effectively. The following data has been found through chiropractic studies; White blood cells, which eat and … More Boost Your Immune System Naturally with Chiropractic
With summer just around the corner, it is time to wake up from that winter hibernation and get yourself back into shape for the beach! When most people think of getting back in shape they think of hitting the gym and pumping some iron or hopping on the treadmill. We want to be in and … More 30 minutes a day to a beach body without the gym!
Now that Spring is upon us it is time for the infamous spring cleaning extravaganza! Too long have we lived under the same roof as countless dust bunnies, cob webs, and indistinguishable food particles in and under the couch. Before you grab your mops and brooms, take at look at these 12 tips to make … More 12 Tips for the best Spring Cleaning ever!
If you have kids, it’s likely you know a thing or two about ear infections. In the United States, at least half of all children experience and ear infection by their first birthday. Children are more prone to ear infections due to their immature Eustachian tube (part of the middle ear), which in infancy and … More Chiropractic and Ear Infections, does it Help?
This weekend I was pressed for time, ingredients, and under a lot of stress. I am in the process of moving so that presents its own challenges, but trying to eat well on top of moving your furniture, buying groceries, and still cleaning the house is an added stressor nobody enjoys. Going out to … More Gourmet Steak & Salad in under 30 minutes using leftovers!
This article was written to answer some of the most common questions asked by new runners, and by people returning to running after a layoff of at least a few years. 1. How long should my first runs be? Answer: During the first week, 15 minutes per day is plenty. After that, your goal should be … More Top 10 Questions Asked by Beginning Runners
Holding true to the Black Friday tradition of impulsive buying, I decided to purchase an Instant Pot. Shortly after purchasing, however, I realized I was terrified of the appliance exploding due to my ignorance of its usage so I resisted using it. I had lessened my fears slightly when I performed the water test on it. … More Creamy Tuscan Garlic Chicken, no explosions necessary!
Runners spend a lot of time worrying about the shoes that they wear for their workouts and races. They’ll try on a dozen different trainers at a running shoe store, searching for the perfect shoe that will keep them running healthy. But often, they don’t pay much attention to their casual shoes or their work … More How Your Casual and Work Shoes can Cause Running Injuries