My stories offer readers practical tips about nutrition and healthy eating, as well as other ways to embrace a healthier lifestyle. Credits include Clean Eating, Weight Watchers, Beachbody.com & more.
Approaching beauty from the inside and outside is becoming more mainstream. Here are four ingestible supplements to add to your beauty routine.
Stress comes from many sources: job pressure, money issues, health, relationships, poor nutrition, media overload and sleep deprivation, according to the American Institute of Stress (AIS). The AIS reports that 44 percent of Americans feel more stressed than they did five years ago. And one out of five feel symptoms of extreme stress, which can negatively affect sleep.
Kids need many nutrients to support healthy growth and development.
While experts agree that kids should be getting the majority of these nutrients from a balanced diet, that isn’t always possible … particularly with picky eaters.
Fill in the gaps in your child’s diet with these expert-recommended vitamins and supplements.
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, heart disease is the leading cause of death for men and women. That makes February, designated as American Heart Month, a great time to make healthy lifestyle changes that can ensure you’re doing all you can to protect your ticker.
Research has proven that a balanced diet, regular exercise, restful sleep and staying on top of routine health check-ups can reduce the number of chronic diseases associated with the aging process.
In addition to these lifestyle modifications, supplements that bolster immunity, protect our vital organs and preserve muscle mass are also important for seniors to support healthy aging.
Still trying to recover from losing an hour of sleep? Don't grab an extra cup of joe. Try one of these energizing supplements instead.
The holiday season brings its share of fun-filled gatherings and good cheer, but all that celebrating may take its toll on your digestive system leaving you feeling bloated, too full and just plain miserable.
Fear not! There are a number of natural remedies to help set your system straight after a night (or several) of overindulgence.
According to the Tea Association of the USA, next to water, tea is the most widely consumed beverage in the world and can be found in about 80% of American households.
The antioxidants in tea have been researched for their ability to improve heart health, brain health, reduce cancer risk, as a weight loss aid and more.
Chances are you’ve heard about the health benefits of adding probiotics to your diet. Over the past decade, scientific research has shown that having the right balance of microbes in our intestinal tracts promotes improved immunity, healthy weight management and even supports brain function.