Tag Archives: healthy diet

Eat More Magnesium!

Eat More Magnesium!

Magnesium is a mineral that’s essential for more than 300 different functions within the body, from bone formation and nerve function to muscle contraction and protein production. Back in 2000, the National Health and Nutrition Examination Surv ...
Resolving to Lose Weight This New Year?

Resolving to Lose Weight This New Year?

New Year’s Eve traditionally is celebrated with cheers, kisses, champagne and ““ oh yes, resolutions to achieve goals such as shedding pounds. One way to achieve that desire to lose weight: Make attainable, measurable goals. Here are some ...
Breakfast Ideas for the Time-Crunched

Breakfast Ideas for the Time-Crunched

Heigh ho, heigh ho, it’s off to work you go — with no time for breakfast. If that’s your tune each morning, it’s time to do something nice for your body and mind: Eat that first meal of the day before you leave the house. Eati ...
How to Eat Healthy on a Budget

How to Eat Healthy on a Budget

I stopped into my local  vitamin  store the other day, and my purchases (whole flax seed, fish oil tablets and raw cacao nibs) prompted a comment from the cashier. “What do you do with all of that?” he asked. We fell into a conversation a ...
Don’t Put Off Until Tomorrow…

Don’t Put Off Until Tomorrow…

In your twenties, you’re battling the balance of a social life and the start of your career. Physically speaking, your body can handle the stress of late nights, non-stop work and lack of sleep…but only if you take good care of it. Starti ...
World Health Day: Tips for Healthy Blood Pressure

World Health Day: Tips for Healthy Blood Pressure

April 7 marks the 65th anniversary of the World Health Organization (happy birthday!). It’s also the day people from all over the globe come together to celebrate World Health Day. This year, the holiday’s focus is on healthy blood pressu ...
Grow Your Own Paleo Garden

Grow Your Own Paleo Garden

One question I’m frequently asked is how to go Paleo on a tight budget, when the unfortunate reality is that it’s far more economical to make poor food choices than to eat fresh produce and wild meats. Of course, there’s the age-old ...