Three out of four women (77 percent) have felt self-conscious while wearing a swimsuit due to body issues, according to a recent Renew Life survey, and their midsection is a big reason. Belly bloat is the No. 1 reason they feel self-conscious. Wearing a swimsuit takes guts! Most women (60 percent) typically do something in preparation to look their best for swimsuit season. To battle the bloat and feel your best at the pool, beach and beyond, follow these five simple tips.
It’s easy to take your eyes for granted, but they remain one of your body’s most important organs and, like the rest of your body, they will benefit from your efforts to improve their health. To support your eyes and maintain a healthy lifestyle, incorporate these five tips today.
Whether you’re an athlete looking for an extra competitive edge or would just like to increase the effectiveness of your daily workout, you have most likely considered adding nutritional supplements to your fitness routine. Diet, exercise and everyday lifestyle are all factors that can help determine the right supplements for you.
“Paleo’s not about historical reenactment. It’s a framework for improving health through real food.” She sums up the Paleo diet rather succinctly by saying, “Eat more whole, nutrient-rich food, like vegetables, meat, seafood, and some nuts and fruit.” Says Martha Stewart
Most of us tend to believe that nutritional deficiencies manifest themselves in the form of physical illnesses. This isn’t the case as nutrition issues can effect our mental health too.
Obesity in a child is not something one grows out of just as they grow older. In fact, it is a precursor for many chronic health conditions. This article says so…
Women going through menopause commonly experience a range of symptoms as their hormones shift and their fertility declines. With medical supervision, essential oils could be an alternative to traditional menopause treatments.
Osteoporosis is a growing health concern in both men and women, and needs to be given some serious consideration. One must seek specialist input to ensure optimum treatment is sought for their bone health.
Rib cage pain is a common complaint that can be caused by factors, ranging from a fractured rib to lung cancer. Many cases of rib cage pain are not linked to serious conditions and resolve on their own or with minimal treatment. Others, however, are medical emergencies requiring immediate intervention.
Obesity is a known risk factor for osteoarthritis, one of the leading causes of disability in the United States. A new study provides evidence that losing weight can slow the development of osteoarthritis of the knee by reducing the degeneration of knee cartilage.