Benefits of Personal Trainer Part 2

Why would you hire a personal trainer or a coach? Isn’t that for pros and wannabe athletes? Not necessarily – the benefits of personal training extend beyond super goal-oriented athletes. Whether you’re someone who is just starting their fitness journey or a seasoned gym goer/recreational athlete with a solid fitness level, having a personal trainer…

Benefits of Personal Trainer Part 1

Why would you hire a personal trainer or a coach? Isn’t that for pros and wannabe athletes? Not necessarily – the benefits of personal training extend beyond super goal-oriented athletes. Whether you’re someone who is just starting their fitness journey or a seasoned gym goer/recreational athlete with a solid fitness level, having a personal trainer…

Tips For Healthy Eyes

Vision is the most precious of our senses. You see the splendor of a sunset, you see the smile on the face of someone you love and you see the innocence in the eyes of a child. Mother Nature has made certain that this sense is perfectly developed as we grow up. Here are tips…

Stress Management: How to Cope with Stress

It may seem that there’s nothing you can do about your stress level. The bills aren’t going to stop coming, there will never be more hours in the day for all your errands, and your career or family responsibilities will always be demanding. But you have a lot more control than you might think. In…

All About Green Tea

Green tea is extracted from the Camellia Sinensis plant. The earliest recording of green tea use was in China, but it is now cultivated in Japan, Vietnam and India. All of which claim to be the founders of Green Tea. Green Tea was thought to have been discovered by Emperor Shen Nong who witnessed Green…

Self Care Week

Self care encompasses the things individuals can do to protect their health and manage illness. The social determinants of health – the conditions in which people are born, grow, live, work and age – influence our resistance to illness and disease, as well as our ability to self care. There is a risk that without…

Reset Your Gut

IBS? Bloating? Far from being isolated digestive disorders, these are now being linked with everything from osteoporosis to depression. For years the gut – or to be more precise, our system of digestive organs has been the Cinderella of medical science. While the brain provides an endless focus for research, fascination and wonder, the gastrointestinal…

Reading Food Labels

Decoding Nutrition Unhealthy Diets are a leading cause of avoidable illness and premature death. Diets high in saturated fat and calories and low in fruit and vegetables accounts for 1/3 of cardiovascular disease and 30-40% of cancers. Food labels informs consumers about the nutrition in food & allows them to make purchase decisions based on…

Exercises For Neck Pain

Trying to avoid a pain in the neck? This common affliction can limit your daily activities if you don’t take steps to prevent it. Everyday life isn’t kind to our necks. You know that crick you get when you cradle the phone between your shoulder and ear? Or the strain you feel when you crane…

Health Benefits of Blueberries

Plump, juicy, and sweet, with vibrant colors ranging from deep purple-blue to blue-black and highlighted by a silvery sheen called a bloom, blueberries are one of nature’s great treasures. Though miniature in size, they are also proof that, when it comes to health benefits, good things really do come in small packages. With blueberry production…

Tips to Manage Circadian Rhythm

The circadian rhythm is often referred to as our body clock because it is the body’s innate timing device. This natural internal clock is affected by environmental cues, primarily light but also temperature. The circadian clock orchestrates many aspects of human physiology, and disruption of this clock has been implicated in various pathologies, ranging from…

How Stress Hormones Can Impact Your Body

Anger causes the release of stress hormones like cortisol, adrenaline and non-adrenaline. These hormones give your body bursts of energy so you can cope with negative situations accordingly. However, too much of these hormones or repeated exposure to these hormones can begin to negatively impact important parts of the body. Here are some important symptoms…

Ways to Cool Your Anger

Anger is not a bad feeling. Some people believe that anger is bad and that they shouldn’t express anger. This is not true! It’s completely normal to feel angry when you feel threatened, but anger sometimes gets the upper hand. As a result, you may do or say things that hurt others. Here are certain…

Bad Habits to Break to be More Productive

Want to get more done in your day? Of course you do. To stay competitive in any industry, from digital marketing to software development, in many cases it comes down to one thing: productivity. The good news is that everyone can increase the amount of tasks they accomplish in a day. If you consider your…

Harmful effects of drinking Coke

It’s time for me to kick Diet Coke and other sodas to the curb. Here’s what happens to your body after you drink coke or related drinks : Within the first 10 minutes  10 teaspoons of sugar enter your system. This represents 100% of the daily recommended value. The only reason that you do no vomit…

Top Period Self Care Tips

Cramps, bloating, mood swings — sound familiar? If so, you’re likely among the 85 percent of women who experience the physical and emotional symptoms of premenstrual syndrome each month. You may be relieved to know that you can take steps to control the discomfort and distress that often comes before your periods. From making lifestyle…

Top Vitamins for Improving Eye Health

Vitamins are important for eye health. Research shows eating more fruits and vegetables can help protect against eye disease. It can also help your overall health. To keep your eyes healthy, you should eat foods rich in certain vitamins and minerals. These vitamins and minerals are called antioxidants. Antioxidants help keep our cells and tissues…

Health Benefits of Watermelon

Slicing into a chilled watermelon on a hot summer afternoon is nothing short of a celebration. Like their cucumber cousins, the entire watermelon can be eaten, although people tend to only eat the inner pink or yellow flesh. Here’s why you should consider watermelon more than just a refreshing summer treat: Boosts Immunity : The…

Top Natural Healers You Should Know

An increasing number of people are becoming aware of health issues that affect them. The health patterns in our society have also changed over the years and people are living longer. As individuals take responsibility for their own health and being more proactive in ensuring their optimum wellbeing, there is a growing demand for natural…

Benefits of Flaxseeds

Flaxseed is one of the most important oilseed crops for industrial as well as food, feed, and fiber purposes. The seed provides oil rich in omega-3, digestible proteins, and lignans. In addition to being one of the richest sources of α-linolenic acid oil and lignans, flaxseed is an essential source of high quality protein and…