Weight loss possible with these simple tips

walking is a great way to achieve weight lossight

Have a hefty weight loss goal? Consider walking, not running, toward your best new body. A recent British study found people who regularly walked for fitness—albeit at a fast pace—weighed less than those devoted to other types of physical activity, including running, swimming, and cycling.Though she’s tried everything from kettlebells to gyrokinesis, personal trainer and … Read more

How to Eliminate a Panic Attack!

How to deal with a panic attack

I think I’m having a panic attack, but I don’t want to take anti-anxiety drugs. I’ve heard bad things about them. Is there anything natural I can do? If you are having a panic attack, you typically experience rapid heart rate, shortness of breath, sweating, trembling, tightness in the throat, dizziness, and nausea. If that … Read more

Sitting Disease could be the new smoking

the impact of spending too much time sitting

We all know that sitting for long periods of time is not good for our body, but is it deadly? Recent studies show that sitting for hours leads to a whole host of chronic illness, regardless of your age. Think about how many hours in the day you sit. Driving to work, sitting at work, eating … Read more

Reduce Your Risk 0f Heart Disease

Are you at risk of heart disease?

Eating heart-friendly foods and getting adequate exercise may be all you need to prevent heart disease, but what about people who already have one or more risk factors? Depending on individual circumstances and test scores, the new cardiologists will devise a course of supplements and nutrients to address specific problems. (Note that many of these … Read more

3 Warning Signs You Have Adrenal Fatigue (and what to do about it)

What are some signs of adrenal fatigue?

By Jacob Teitelbaum Does this sound like you: irritable when you’re hungry, sudden periods of intense food cravings, exploding over little mistakes or problems? Welcome to the world of adrenal exhaustion. Our adrenal glands make the stress hormones, adrenaline, and cortisol. Excess stress can exhaust your adrenal gland, leaving you feeling anxious and irritable, tired—sometimes … Read more

Support your heart’s health with chocolate

Is chocolate good for heart health?

Yep, that’s right, chocolate: that oh-so-indulgent treat that makes women around the world swoon. But it’s not the convenience store candy bar or the box of chocolate-covered cherries that best support your heart. It’s the dark and cocoa powder varieties that work best. When you surf the shelves for the best chocolate, keep this in … Read more

Unexpected factors that can raise your blood sugar levels

keeping blood sugar under control

Whether you’ve been diagnosed with diabetes or you’re simply interested in ensuring your blood sugar levels remain within the healthy range, it’s important to be fully aware of the various factors that can cause your readings to spike unexpectedly. Avoiding sweets, chocolates and other foods that are high on the glycemic index are the most … Read more

4 Simple Ways To Ease Stress In An Hour Or Less

relax and reduce the stress

Wouldn’t it be great if someone followed you around all day and tapped you on the shoulder whenever you were about to become stressed—a gentle reminder to take a moment to breathe and relax? You may find that reminder in biofeedback. An effective, high-tech approach to stress management, biofeedback uses sensors, computers, and visual images … Read more

Tips to prevent acne breakouts this holiday season

tips to prevent acne

Extra stress during the holidays—from activities like shopping, social commitments, and traveling—increases cortisol in the body, which can lead to more oil production and, ultimately, a pesky pimple. Try these tips to maintain your health and decrease acne breakouts during this holiday season. Sleep schedule, interrupted. Late parties, staying out with family, or last minute shopping … Read more