Walkability, livability and reducing vehicle miles travelled are a few shifts that improve health and wellness of residents, communities and cities. Research has shown that the way neighborhoods and communities are created can have positive OR negative effects on the physical and mental health of residents. Excellent read from Blue Zones "Built Environment Impact On Public … Continue reading Building Cities for People, Not Cars
Being in the thick of winter, well not so much winter as I remember in last years filled with frigid temperatures and lots of sun, rather meh temperatures and grey sky. I'm always keeping my radar on the amount of sun and how I feel and my vitamin D consumption. My family dies in March! … Continue reading Is Sunscreen the New Margarine?
In our fast paced society pauses are needed now more than ever. Taking a pause helps us to get out of our head and into our body, or worse, our hearts. Pauses like naps are severely underrated. Over the last month with the passing of a friend then our beloved dog, I have found myself … Continue reading Pauses
I'm never surprised to read about the benefits of exercise. It was physical pain in my body that brought me to exercise many moons ago. I believe that when exercise is used for the goal of wellness rather than just weight loss the benefits not only will be lifelong but so will the ability AND … Continue reading Exercise To Keep Calm Under Stress
Sometimes I can feel a bit of a freak. The early morning darkness. The kiss of frigid across my cheeks. The bellyache breathing. Heart pounding pulse. Heaviness in the legs as I check if someone poured concrete in my runners. Then the head gets cleared in the monotony of steps. Then I’m done and it … Continue reading Fitness Freak
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
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
Koolaid, the cool refreshing summertime drinks; as a child I remember cold frosty jugs of it that were consumed during the summer months of July and August. Gathering nickels and dimes in exchange for a shared glass at neighborhood koolaid stand supervised and run by entrepreneurial 8 year olds. After those years of long active … Continue reading Koolaid to Kale- A story to a healthier lifestyle