April showers bring May flowers. It’s a cute nursery rhyme, but when we are caught umbrella less in the midst of a rainstorm, drenched to the bone, and with shelter nowhere in sight, thinking about clear skies in May brings little to no encouragement!
Heart disease is the leading cause of death in the United States. Fortunately, many of the factors that contribute to heart disease can be controlled, such as nutrition and exercise. Furthermore, stress in your life can increase risk tremendously. The only causes of heart disease that can’t be controlled are age, gender, and family history.
What happens when your cravings become overwhelming and lead to overindulgence and feelings of guilt? When people follow restrictive diets or completely cut out groups of foods, cravings can become more intense and can lead to a vicious cycle of indulging, overeating and guilt. A balanced eating plan that allows foods you enjoy — even high-fat, high-calorie foods — will be easier to maintain since you aren’t eliminating those foods outright from your life.
Is your backside wider than your hips? Would you say you look like an hourglass? You, my friend, are pear-shaped. Pear-shaped is the most common body shape. Here are some tips on how to dress your body.
Wanna have a great day today and every day? Get a great start. It's easy to set a positive and productive tone if you do (or avoid doing) some key things first thing in the morning. C'mon, it only takes 10 minutes.
We may have ditched our raucous Super Bowl parties and bar hopping for a more subdued Super Bowl Sunday at home, but this behemoth of an American holiday is still certainly filled with food, drinks (both adult and of the mocktail-variety) and screaming at the TV. And, just because your kid might not know what “third and ten” means, or think “time-outs” are for only when they are misbehaving, doesn’t mean they have to miss out on the game day festivities. Here are some ways your family can eat, drink, craft and play the day away.