Did you check out Lauren Conrad’s blog last week? No? Well she’s posted some more great material that we would love to share with you. Roseanne Barr once said, “The thing women have yet to learn is nobody gives you power. You just take it,” and Conrad’s latest article talks about how women can take the power at work.
Did you know that only 8% of people achieve their resolutions? Research at the University of Scranton showed that only about 40% of Americans even make resolutions (that’s only about 1/3 of the Super Bowl audience), and of those, 8% achieve them. How do those people meet their year’s goals? Forbes created a list of tips on coming up with the perfect resolution.
Have you been working hard to look good in those winter leggings and ugly Christmas sweaters? Don’t give up just because holiday cookie recipes have flooded the Internet. Don’t let the holiday-weight-anxiety ruin this amazing time. With a few simple steps, thanks to The Blood Sugar Solution Program, you can take the healthy road.
Thanks to Healthy Style NY, we’re able to offer you tips for staying healthy and some great meditation spots in the city to get you started.
Staying calm has a lot of health benefits. “Stressful emotions trigger the release of harmful chemicals like cortisol that can wreak havoc on nearly every aspect of our well-being.”
Our mood and demeanor can actually affect heart disease, depression, and the likelihood of illness as well as the likelihood of survival after being diagnosed with diseases like cancer and heart disease.
There are also smaller changes to our lives affected by stress, including […]
Everyone knows the mundane rules of health: fruits, vegetables, exercise, sleep, and regular doctors visits. We trust that you know your own body well enough to know when to come in for a screening, and when to talk to your doctor. But here are some ways to stay healthy that you can do every day, things that we don’t think receive enough credit for what they do to keep you strong.
Thank you to Everest for this daily infographic.
In addition to being aware of breast cancer and supporting research and the survivors is prevention. This will include a few things; but overall it is about being healthy. 1. Avoid becoming overweight. Obesity raises the risk of breast cancer after menopause, the time of life when breast cancer most often occurs. Avoid gaining weight over time, and try to maintain a body-mass index under 25.
2. Eat healthy to avoid tipping the scale. Embrace a diet high in vegetables and fruit and low in sugared drinks, refined carbohydrates and fatty foods. Eat lean protein such as fish or chicken […]