In recognition of February’s designation as American Heart Month, we are revisiting this exclusive and informative February 2017 article.
Exercise is more mental than physical, says the author, who offers great advice on moving your mind in this revisited August 2017 article.
Whether you exercise outside or inside, get in some kind of fitness when the termperatures are frigid. In addition, the doctor advises those considering for laser hair removal in this revisited January 2012 post.
In recognition of January’s designation as National Mentoring Month, we are revisiting this inspiring May 2014 article.
Do you get SAD during the short winter days? If so, this revisited February 2014 article offers tips on how to feel better using nature as guide.
Yes, it’s January, typically the coldest month of the year, and harder to stick to an outdoor fitness routine. Follow the advice offered by the fitness trainer author of this revisited December 2013 article to help you stay on track.
Gluten has become a big issue in recent years, and the protein found in wheat and other grains is thought to contribute to a variety of health issues, including headaches and bloating. This May 2014 article offers suggestions for foods that are free of it.
Do winter’s shorter days, cold and snow get you down? Take the advice offered in this revisited February 2015 article to help chase away your seasonal discomfort.
Does the cold weather make your head or body ache? Have a nasty cold or digestive problems?? Take a master herbalist’s spice advice to combat those and other issues in this revisited January 2014 article.
The author, a certified personal trainer, shares her advice for following through on New Year’s fitness resolutions in this reposted 2014 article.