Now, there is no excuse to not shop for healthy, filling food! I recommend looking at the Environmental Working Group’s “Good Food on a Tight Budget” guide. It includes tips for shopping on a budget; the best 100 foods that pack the most nutrients for their buck; 15 recipes that average $1 per serving; and a printable shopping list, meal […]
Since 2012, when I joined Peninsula Special Interest Lion’s Club, we have been working with Dr. Mehmet Oz on a pilot project to change the health of the nation. With one third of the children in our country under the age of 18 obese, and another one third suffering from diabetes, we absolutely have to change the lifestyle habits of […]
Soups are easy to make and last 4-5 days in the refrigerator. They freeze well and are quick and easy to prepare. Fresh soup is also available at many supermarkets and health foods stores. If buying it at a store, check for salt content. Some are very high in sodium. Avoid canned soup as it is almost always very high […]
Morning, noon, or night, its can be easy to include more fruits and vegetables into your meals! Try some of these yummy tips from Nutrition411.com. Breakfast 1. Add blueberries to pancakes, waffles, or muffin batter 2. Mix raisins, diced apple, or dried apricots into oatmeal 3. Add peppers, onions, spinach, broccoli, or shredded carrots to a morning omelet […]
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Fibromyalgia is a common condition characterized by long-term, body-wide pain and tender points in joints, muscles, tendons, and other soft tissues. Tender points are distinct from trigger points seen in other pain syndromes. Unlike tender points, trigger points can occur in isolation and represent a source of radiating pain, even in the absence of direct pressure. The soft-tissue pain of […]
Many women find that their pregnancy is more comfortable and their labor shorter and more comfortable if they’ve received chiropractic care. This period of rapid development, hormonal changes, the laxity of connective ligaments, and shifting of weight-bearing structures, may cause many pregnant women to experience low back and leg pain. As the center of gravity changes, so does stress on […]
The sciatic nerves are the largest and longest nerves of the body, reaching about the size of your thumb in diameter, and running down the back of each leg. When these nerves are irritated or affected by the inflammation of nearby soft tissues, doctors refer to this as sciatica. One of the most common causes of sciatic leg pain is […]