During the fall each year, it seems more and more people become interested in running. One reason might be that the fall marathons are a huge inspiration – if you watch a marathon in person and see the lead runners flash past you, seemingly faster than the speed of light, it’s hard not to almost cry at the triumph of the human body.
Have you heard of monk fruit?
Though they sound similar and there’s only one letter of difference, probiotics and prebiotics are not the same thing, but they each are beneficial in different ways.
Very serious athletes and people looking to curb their cravings often consume high-fiber, high protein foods and supplements or meal replacements.
The centerpiece of Thanksgiving dinner for most people is the turkey, though classic side dishes like mashed potatoes and gravy, stuffing, cranberry sauce, sweet yams, hot rolls and various casseroles are the combined elements that make Thanksgiving dinner what it is.
People vary in their level of fitness, and opinions about what it means to be physically fit can diverge widely as well.
Have you heard of intermittent fasting? Basically, it’s a diet that involves a period of regular eating followed by one of fasting.
We all know sleep is very important for immune, physical and mental health because it’s the body’s period of restoration. But much research shows that the amount of rest we get each night has implications for weight loss and gain.
While breast feeding is one way that women can bond with their new babies, it can also be stressful.
For most of us, the holiday season, while wonderful, can be pretty tiring as we scramble to purchase gifts, plan holiday parties, and keep our sanity.