Tag Archive: Health Tips

NUTRITION CHALLENGE

Citrus fruits are excellent sources of vitamin C. Your body can’t function without this vitamin. And it can’t make it. Finding tasty ways to add citrus to your daily dose of fruits and… Continue reading

STRESS CHALLENGE

Our high-tech digital world seems to give us an ever-growing volume of content. Each day we get hit with texts, email, news, and social media alerts. If folks aren’t surfing the web, they’re… Continue reading

NUTRITION CHALLENGE

A slaw is a type of salad made with finely chopped or shredded fruits and veggies. Shredded cabbage is a common veggie used in slaws. It’s low in calories, but rich in fiber… Continue reading

FITNESS CHALLENGE

Here’s what it will take to work off a single serving of some popular Thanksgiving foods. Cornbread stuffing? That will take about 40 minutes of dancing briskly. Green bean casserole? 20 minutes of… Continue reading

STRESS CHALLENGE

When we feel and act on a strong desire to ease suffering in others, we are acting with compassion. And research suggests that doing so on a routine basis may be healthy for… Continue reading

FITNESS CHALLENGE

These classes focus mainly on stretching and balancing. By using slow, fluid movements, they help improve your joint mobility. They also work your muscle groups like your core. And many also focus on… Continue reading

STRESS CHALLENGE

Try the relaxation technique called belly breathing. Close your eyes (if it is safe to do so) and rest one hand on your stomach. Take a deep breath in through your nose—all the… Continue reading

FITNESS CHALLENGE

Do you tend to skip stretching or cut it short at the end of your workouts? If so, you may want to think about adding it back in. Even if it means a… Continue reading

WEIGHT CHALLENGE

Is it tough to find time to exercise? Why not get active while you’re catching up on your favorite shows? You could lift light hand weights or do squats and lunges for some… Continue reading

WELLNESS CHALLENGE

Food poisoning is no fun. And if severe enough, it can make you dangerously sick. Leftovers older than 3 or 4 days may be rife with bacteria known to cause food borne illnesses.… Continue reading

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