Published on Wednesday, August 14 2013 07:52
This week begins the transitions for kids returning to school after a playful and sometimes exhausting summer. To spare yourself and your little ones the stress and upheaval of a new routine, prepare their bodies for the transition.
The transition to living a life on schedule is a dramatic shift in some households where kids have been able to sleep in to their hearts content. Sleep deprivation can
Published on Thursday, August 01 2013 08:18
Do you ever feel confused about what your diet should be or wish to have alternatives to pharmaceutical medicine? Have you questioned the balance of vitamins and pharmaceuticals in your routine to wonder how what you do today might affect you long-term?
Information can be extremely confusing about health and it often can feel like every bit of information out there conflicts with something else. When it comes to navigating our own health choices, it can be
Published on Thursday, January 10 2013 14:40
By Sara Hart
Getting kids to eat vegetables can be a chore greater than organizing the storage room and similarly, is easily put off with the hope that it will just resolve itself over time. Once a child experiences the pure pleasure of processed carbohydrates, simple sugars, pure fat, and salt there is no going back.
Published on Thursday, August 01 2013 07:47
If you are like me, you are at that point in the summer when you realize the hot days and vacation time make you open a beer a little quicker, or eat a couple more chips at the barbeque. So maybe before any more calories are consumed we can examine how you can be conscious day to day about your calorie consumption.
First off, I believe tracking your caloric intake is a good idea. I don’t think it matters if you are trying
Published on Wednesday, September 26 2012 01:00
Today I went on one of those long runs during half marathon training that you dread, because you fear what your body isn’t capable of, what the weather will be, and whether or not you can conquer all the unknowns on the road ahead. As I approached the course, I found myself annoyed that I wouldn’t be the only person doing this training run, because the