April 19, 2018
Wellness
April 11, 2018
Wellness

How Much Weight Can You Lose in 7 Days?

The party is in a week? How you can look your best.

Why is Ginger Good for You?

Ginger has long been known for its health benefits. Here are 7 reasons you might want to add ginger to your family’s diet: You Can Even Try Ginger in Your Next Cocktail 1. It supports the body’s natural defenses against illness by boosting T-cells 2. It contains anti-oxidants, thought to fight against certain cancers, and may help eliminate […]

Tip: Eggs Are So Much More Than Easter Decorations

Take a closer look at the incredible health benefits in the small package of an egg.

Beyond Easter Candy for Baskets

I know the kids LOVE getting candy, but there are other options! Shop at Michaels and fill their baskets with crafts. Or gather cute socks and accessories from your local dollar store or Five Below. If you really want to go all out, surprise them with a new kitten or bunny. Here are a some non-candy Easter […]

Why I Add Turmeric to My Coffee

Turmeric has been touted for having lots of health benefits, among them it’s known as an anti-inflammatory. Besides obvious benefits it might have for diseases that we immediately associate with inflammation like arthritis, studies show it to be useful in treating chronic inflammation that is linked to auto-immune diseases and everything from cancer to Alzheimer’s, diabetes, depression, fatigue, high cholesterol and […]

Is Guinness Good for You?

The truth about our favorite St. Patrick's Day beverage.

4 Reasons to Eat Cranberries

Due to their high nutrient and antioxidant content, cranberries are often referred to as a “super food.” Here are a why cranberries are good for you: • A half a cup of cranberries contains only 25 calories. • They are great for your urinary tract (so is peeing after sex) • They have been shown to have anti-inflammatory effects. • They […]

How Much Sugar is Hiding in the Foods You Eat?

Sugar is a scary thing for all of us, especially our kids who are just forming their relationship with food. Unlike the monster hiding under the bed, who can only give you a startle, sugar can contribute to obesity, type II diabetes and heart disease. To make matters worse, sugar can be addictive, as anyone […]

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