Here are 5 quick energy and pain-relief tips that can help those of you who are over 45 feel great!
The key to living a healthy, balanced life is practicing prevention. Benjamin Franklin said, “an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.”
Psychological stress and anxiety cannot be completely avoided—they are a part of life. Did you know that there is a 50-percent increased risk of developing cardiovascular disease (CVD) for people who deal with chronic work stress? That’s a 50-percent greater chance than the average person has of developing CVD if you are stressed at work and don’t change your environment.
Although much attention has been given to the treatment of illnesses, the media has placed little attention on the needs of those who take care of very ill patients. If you are a caretaker, focus on these four basic rules:
1. Take care of yourself first.
Not only can eating too much sweet stuff increase your risk for obesity, diabetes, osteoporosis, and other diseases, a new study published in the Journal of American Medical Association discovered that consuming foods with added sugar–that is, any sugars that don’t occur naturally in food, such the sucros
Are you a sugar addict? If you answered “yes,” you’re not alone. With 18 percent of calories in the American diet coming from added sugar, sugar addiction is becoming the rule rather than the exception.