Happy New Year! With the new year comes new resolutions. Setting a New Year resolution is easy, but sticking to it is difficult. So it’s important to pick reasonable and realistic resolutions that you can build on. Continue reading “A New You. 2018 New Year Resolutions.”
Thanksgiving is a time to celebrate with family, friends, and food. Getting together to eat a delicious feast and reflect on what we are thankful for is something to be cherished. You also should keep in mind while you unbutton the top of your jeans to fit that second helping of turkey that its holidays that break even the best health regiments. In spirit of the holiday season quickly approaching we thought we might reduce the post turkey coma guilt by giving you some healthier alternatives to your holiday favorites. Check out our favorite holiday recipes that we were able to find.
We all experience acne, especially in our teenage years; so today we are going to discuses some treatments for a healthier skin. Acne starts when out pores become clogged with debris, excess oil production and dead skin cells. It can also occur due to stress, hormone imbalance and lack of sleep.
We always advise people to go natural before turning to harsh chemicals because these products cause side effect and irritate your skin. Further damaging you’re skin and adding to the problem. Natural oils are full of minerals, vitamins and essential contents for a healthier, spot and blemish free skin.
Having a good daily intake of water is essential to your health. It is scientifically proved that your body is composed of 60% water. This water helps your body function and maintain itself throughout the day. Drinking enough water is important to keep the body actively working around the clock with digestion, transference of nutrients and body temperature maintenance. It also keeps your skin clear and glowing full of heath. Water also helps your body flush out toxins that can affect clogged pores that cause acne. This flushing process also keeps your kidneys functioning properly by transporting waste/urine into the bladder to later be disposed of. Continue reading “Eating your way to hydration”
We hope you’re enjoying your week as the weather starts to warm up. Here are a few facts you may not have known about the back and spine!
Health is something we often all strive to have, but sometimes it can be difficult to achieve. Unarguably health is valuable because without it we aren’t able to enjoy everything around us without it. Society has begun to make the connection between health and the quality of our lives, which is why it is becoming a growing priority.
Between fitness fads and super foods there is no doubt that corporations want to cash in on this trending topic. Often many of these commercialized fads fade because their quick fix’s for health result in a lot of disappointed consumers who move onto the next big thing. It is understandable that we internalize the convenience of the twenty first century which everything can be done faster. Between online shopping, e-transfers, and next day shipping, everything we need to accomplish in a day can get done a lot faster then it did ten or five years ago. We realize this and think the same about our health. We believe that there’s some quick fix to erase years of bad habits that are detrimental to our health… but let’s face it, that’s not true. To improve almost anything long-term it requires dedication.