It’s the same story every year — kids return to school, temperatures drop, summer vacation becomes a fading memory and the local farmers market closes. While you may spend winter longing for the return of 80-degree days and sunny skies, you don’t have to miss out on your favorite fruits and veggies.
The next time you sit down for dinner, don’t forget the bottle of wine — Florida that is.
While most people equate the benefits of running to their physical health, the dedication required to train and participate in a race can also teach important lessons about how to live your best life.
Fit medical students are more likely to prescribe physical activity as physicians, study says.
What could be wrong with a splash of flavorful olive oil and perhaps even a glass of red wine?
A new study was recently performed examining adults in regard to the frequency of exercise. Researchers have determined that adults who accumulated 150 minutes of exercise within a few days of the week were not any less healthy than adults who exercised more frequently throughout the week.
Those that welcome four-legged companions into their lives understand firsthand the many benefits of having a ‘pup’ around. Dogs are a living, breathing example of how we can be healthier and happier by spending less time stressed out and more time enjoying life.
What is a Gluten-Free Diet exactly? Gluten is a stretchy protein that remains after the starch from certain carbohydrates is removed during the digestive process. Gluten is a protein found in wheat, barley, rye and triticale (hybrid mix of rye and wheat). Gluten is also an additive to many foods. In addition, while oats are gluten-free themselves, they are almost always contaminated by contact gluten-containing grains during processing. The less obvious sources of Gluten are beer, some salad dressings, marinades and some sauces like teriyaki and soy.