• Blast Away Back Fat!

    For many women, battling the bulge is an around the clock affair fraught with frustration and an overwhelming feeling of failure when all of (what felt like) hard work results in little or no movement on the scale. Sound... READ MORE »

  • Vitamins A to Zinc

    You should strive as much as possible to obtain the vitamins and minerals your body needs from your diet. Here is a rundown on the most important ones and where you’ll find them.

    Calcium – helps keep bones and teeth ... READ MORE »

  • 7 Ways to Defy Your Age Inside and Out

    You have to hand it to humankind: we’re a tragicomical lot.

    Despite the fact that more of us are growing older than at any time in history, we’re fighting harder than any previous generation to stay young. And, rather t... READ MORE »

  • How to Train for a Marathon

    If you are looking for a way to add a sense of purpose and adventure to your workout, training for a competitive event like a marathon can be extremely rewarding. Running a marathon – that’s 26.2 miles for a full mar... READ MORE »

  • Symptoms of Depression

    We’ve all been there. You wake up feeling blue and you look at the window only to see that its dark and rainy outside and its not letting up. You sigh and say to yourself, “I am so depressed,” as you bury your body... READ MORE »

  • Increased Anxiety in America …Why?

    Anxiety is increasing and affecting more Americans than ever… Is it because we accept our disorders as normal and acceptable behavior? Anxiety Disorders affect about 40 million American adults age 18 years and older ... READ MORE »

  • Cut Sugar, Shed Pounds

    What could the American Heart Association have been thinking back in 2010 when it recommended that men consume no more than 9 teaspoons of sugar every day and women limit themselves to a scant 6 teaspoons? After all, a t... READ MORE »

  • How Probiotics Work

    Probiotics are live, single cell, microscopic bacteria that are beneficial for the body. The word “probiotic” is from the Latin “for life.” While they are most commonly associated with gastrointestinal health, re... READ MORE »

  • Water's Not Just for Drinking

    Ok so water isn’t the number one drink in the U.S.—soft drinks currently hold the crown, but this beneficial base for all beverages runs a close second to soft drinks thanks to thanks to all out war on sugar-laden dr... READ MORE »

  • Stretching: The Key to an Effective Workout

    Stretching (strech•ing): Any activity that singularly promotes flexibility by increasing range of motion through movement and formal stretching techniques such as static (reach-and-hold) and ballistic (stretch-reflex) ... READ MORE »

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