7 Anti-Inflammatory Fats You Should Eat, According to a Dietitian Anti-inflammatory foods can help boost your body’s ability to combat inflammation and the diseases it can cause. No matter how many marathons you run, how many dietary supplements you take daily or how often you see your chiropractor, inflammation is unavoidable. Trauma, infections, injury and […]
6 Frozen Foods a Nutritionist Always Buys Eating a well-balanced diet rich in fruits and vegetables can help protect against many chronic diseases. And yet, nearly 90% of Americans don’t consume the recommended daily amount. The rising costs of groceries due to inflation may be one reason. One solution: buying frozen, which is just as […]
Artificial sweeteners can harm sugar levels, shouldn’t be assumed safe Artificial sweeteners are a popular way to cut calories and sugar from your diet. They’re found in many products, from drinks to snacks and even some medications. But what do we really know about these chemicals? It turns out that there’s still a lot we […]
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Did you know that about 85 percent of back pain and 78 percent of headaches don’t have an identifiable trigger? And, what if I told you that the origin of nearly all physical pain is repressed emotions.
Over-the-counter (OTC) drugs and prescription medications have been the most commonly used treatment to manage pain. But medications aren’t the only option as there as other alternatives.
According to new research, people who spend more time engaging in physical activity and less time sitting achieve greater overall physical fitness throughout their lifetime.
Learning how to breathe properly through your nose can not only help regulate the amount of air going to your lungs, but it can also increase the amount of oxygen you give your body with each breath.
Last year, most people were ordered to stay home, avoid in-person social interaction, and generally be still until the proverbial dust settled. But what has all that sitting around and waiting cost us?