What came first the chicken or the egg. The good decision or exercise. Does regular activity help us make better decisions? First take note that I said activity rather than go to the gym, CrossFit, run 5k or cycle class or any other fad/trendy that tarnishes or brings a scowl to the value of being … Continue reading 84 Day Marathon
As a teenager, I wasn't a rebel, much-as my children laugh. In understanding children and youth, I was however probably looking for some way to create originality. My family were immigrants, right off the boat. I can vividly remember my Dad chasing youngsters after incessant name calling; wap, dago, go back to your country. Sound … Continue reading “Y” the “I”
TIME magazine published a double-issue in February of this year How To Live Longer Better! "A 2016 study found that elderly people who exercised for just 15 minutes a day, at an intensity level of a brisk walk, had a 22% lower risk of early death compared to people who did not exercise." "Researchers from … Continue reading How To Live Longer Better
We know it. What are you doing about it? What small step can you take today? Our plastic society is putting the world's ecosystem at risk. Unnecessary plastic is making its way into our homes, and often through the kitchen. Our friends at Food Matters offer a number of ways to reduce, reuse, and recycle … Continue reading Plastic Free July – 9 Ways To Minimize Plastic In Your Home
I've said it before......our bodies are designed to move. Studies now show that even walking as little as 2 hours a week could begin to reduce the risk of disease and help you live a longer healthier life.......Blue Zone life. The world’s longest-lived people don’t pump iron, run marathons, or join gyms. Instead, they live … Continue reading Research Says Walking This Much Per Week Extends Your Life
Learning self-care tricks may be the most important step you take to manage your pain. Dr's recommend that patients try at least two to three MFR sessions to determine if it will help them.
A new report reveals that exposure to green space reduces the risk of type II diabetes, cardiovascular disease, premature death, preterm birth, stress, and high blood pressure. via It’s Official – Spending Time Outside is Good For You