There are also plenty of effective ways to keep your hormones balanced without chemicals or additives. Here we explore the foods and lifestyle habits for healthy hormone functioning.
Recently Seagate posted an article on Facebook and on this blog entitled “Natural ways to reduce high blood pressure without drugs“. This is one of many articles we have written about staying healthy by maintaining a proper diet along with regular exercise. A no-brainer, at least for most people. However, the FB page did receive…
Putting all the hype aside for a moment, let’s take a closer look at a few superfoods that are actually worth trying. Ultimately, it’s important to remember that superfoods don’t perform miracles and you should carefully read the labels on all new products you buy.
Sleep is one of the most natural things that the human body can do, as we spend roughly one-third of our lives doing it. Simply getting seven-to-eight hours of shut-eye has the power to improve your memory, strengthen your immune system, increase your brain power, and boost your mood. However, sleep is still an elusive thing for many people and a huge cause of concern among adults in America.
Artichoke is one of those vegetable that many people are intimidated by. Here are some recipe ideas to try next time you’re feeling adventurous in the kitchen!
Balancing blood sugar isn’t just important for diabetics. Here are some ways to eat healthier to keep your blood sugars balanced all day long.
If you’re trying to get in shape or just life a healthier lifestyle, going to summer parties can be an uphill battle of temptations and will power. Here are some healthy recipe ideas for your backyard party or summer BBQ that won’t disappoint!
Here are some ways to stay mentally fit at any age and prevent deterioration, memory loss, and complacency.
Juices and smoothies are touted as being ultra-healthy food choices and especially refreshing during the summer season. But there’s a bit of a misconception out there that juices and smoothies are the same thing, and this couldn’t be further from the truth. In fact, there are big differences in how they’re made and what nutrients you’re getting from each of them.
Those little stickers on fruits and vegetables may tell you a little bit about where your produce comes from, but the seeds that were used to grow it make a difference in the nutrition you’re getting. That’s why it’s so important to understand how your produce was grown and the differences among heirloom, organic, hybrid, and GMO varieties.