In addition to a good night’s sleep and eating well, here are some mindfulness-based, indoor exercises that can help us reduce our stress level and protect our mental health.
If you recently started using coconut oil or coconut milk in your recipes, be careful. While trendy, it may not be as healthy as you think. Consider these when choosing your dairy substitutes.
Does the term “nut cream” make you giggle? Well, it’s actually a real thing. If you are looking for a cholesterol and heart friendly alternative to cream, you will be pleasantly surprised!
Getting enough protein is important for optimum health. But, while it keeps you full and satisfied, too much leads to weight gain. Read more about how much and what types of protein you need.
Research has shown that adding in physical activity carefully with the guidance of a professional can reduce your long-term feelings of pain. But be safe, and don't always push through pain.
When severe pain affects your ability to do daily tasks, getting a healthy diet may be the last thing on your mind. But a healthy diet is a cornerstone in helping ease the burden of pain.
It may take a little effort to keep your fridge organized, but it’s totally worth it! The more colorful and organized your fridge is, the more inspired your household will be to eat healthy.
Healthier cooking does not mean creating bland and boring food. Healthy food can be delicious too - when made with the right ingredients and cooked in a healthier way! Some healthy cooking techniques include: choosing better carbohydrates, swapping the protein, using less fat, and switching up your cooking methods.