The cooler autumn weather sure makes for some wonderful running. Between the crisp air, sunny days, and foliage-wrapped streets, breathing in the autumn air can improve your performance and your running happiness.Continue Reading
The week has come for bellies full of turkey slathered in gravy, creamy mashed potatoes, fresh cranberry sauce, fluffy stuffing, and all the other delicious sides that come along with the Thanksgiving feast.
After daylight savings time hit us last week, darkness has been settling in much earlier in the evening. It may be dark when you leave work and perhaps even when you wake up.
If you read many health food books, magazines, or online blogs, you’ve probably heard the term “probiotics” thrown around, particularly touting how good they are for you.
The cooler autumn weather sure makes for some wonderful running. Between the crisp air, sunny days, and foliage-wrapped streets, breathing in the autumn air can improve your performance and your running happiness.
It’s that time of year again: Halloween is here! In less than a week, kids around the U.S. will run door to door in search of those houses with the biggest candy bars and yummiest treats.
You want to eat healthier. You know that adding the vitamins and minerals that come along with home-cooked meals will improve your health in more ways than one.
Eating seasonally – you’ve probably heard this term come up around the food-o-sphere. This movement entails just what it sounds like: eating only produce that is grown in the current season in your area.
Is your closet overflowing? Many of us have accumulated piles and piles of clothing, shoes, and accessories that we hardly wear or know what to do with.
Fall is such a wonderful time of year. You first start to feel the summer fade when the mornings and evenings cool down a bit and the sun gets a little lower in the sky.
Did you know that the average American eats 100 grams of sugar a day? It takes some comparison to make sense of that number: the American Heart Association recommends that women eat 25 grams a day and men consume around 37 grams.