Health for Women
Ever notice that no matter what you eat, you still seem to feel bloated?
Many people think that wearing high heels frequently is worth the discomfort due to the excellent workout it provides.
Men’s bodies are different from women’s and, thus, each sex has different nutritional requirements and needs that vary based on one’s body type and fitness goals.
Cellulite: It’s a nine-letter word that’s almost unspeakable to most women. While men can have cellulite too, their bodies typically have less fat, especially on the thigh and buttocks areas, so it affects women the most.
Even though they’re solid, bones are dynamic, living tissue, made mostly from collagen and calcium phosphate, a mineral that hardens bone exterior. But as you age, existing bone breaks down faster than new bone is made, increasing risk of osteoporosis, a condition that reduces bone density and raises chance of [...]
Many people look forward to living a long life. But it’s hard to find someone who isn’t concerned with the physical symptoms that come with aging, from wrinkles to joint pain. In fact, a recent study found that habitual sunbathers are more likely to kick their habit at the threat [...]
Are you getting enough quality sleep? One of the biggest contributors to early aging is poor-quality sleep, according to Andrea Purcell, ND, Portal to Healing Naturopathic Clinic, Costa Mesa, CA. “Many people go to bed with lights on or surrounded by ambient light, which can interfere with sleep schedules and [...]
Whether she’s playing svelte Quorra in the “Tron” film series or the secretive-but-sexy Dr. Thirteen in “House M.D.,” others look to Olivia Wilde for tips on how she stays healthy and fit.
Yoga and Pilates both focus on flexibility and strength training of the entire body, as well as breathing, and they both have benefits ranging from heart to immune system health.
Going vegan can be an excellent choice because it makes you more conscious about the things you’re eating.