Say, “I do” to your health! Follow these tips to help you plan a safe and healthy wedding and marriage. Eat healthy. Make healthy choices for your wedding, showers, parties, and new life together. Eat a variety of fruits and vegetables every day. Limit foods and drinks high in calories, sugar, salt, fat, and alcohol. [...]
The concept of a mouth guard that allows athletes to maximize muscle efficiency throughout the body with the perfect alignment of the lower jaw isn’t new, but the technology is. Many attempts were made to develop such a product since the 1960s, but that was largely done by guesswork Read full story via USATODAY.com.
Summery Quinoa Recipe – Get some protein power with this â€œancient grainâ€ â€” it makes aÂ delicious, light & savory salad or side dish. Summery Quinoa (serves 4-6) 1 cup quinoa (dry) 2 carrots, peeled and cut in small pieces 1 red bell pepper, cored & seeded, cut in small chunks Â½ cup shelled edamame (fresh [...]
On July 28, 2009, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) issued a public health advisory warning consumers to stop using any body building products that are represented to contain steroids or steroid-like substances.
Brain-boosting software programs are a booming business. And studies show that both computer exercises and old-fashioned mental activitiesâ€”reading or craftingâ€”can affect memory. But Wang noted that “fitness training only lasts as long as the benefit to your cardiovascular system.” Brain exercise, on the other hand, “might last longer.” Read full story viaÂ chicagotribune.com.
Nutrition experts say school fitness programs may not be doing enough to keep kids from becoming overweight. For the most part, school fitness programs emphasize exercise, but fail to focus on strength training and the importance of nutritional balance as a part of staying in shape. Read full article via redOrbit.