Choosing Better Snacks

Are you a junk food junkie? Today, I would like to teach you, those who are hooked on junk food about making better choices. This will help you lose weight. See the bowl of fruit to your right? This is one of the healthiest snacks that you can enjoy, which can also help you to [...]

By |July 16th, 2013|Healthy Aging, Heart Health, Nutrition & Food|0 Comments


It goes without saying that arthritis is a painful condition. Today’s blog is about chronic pain due to arthritis. It’s not just the elderly that suffer with this condition. Nerve damage, trauma, or other existing medical conditions can cause an individual of any age to experience pain in their joints. Simple activities such as signing [...]

By |July 15th, 2013|Healthy Aging, Pain Management|0 Comments

What Is Dementia?

As one ages, it is important to be on guard against degenerative diseases such as dementia. Dementia can literally be translated from its original Latin, as meaning “without mind.” Dementia is sort of an umbrella for the many diseases that can affect the brain, such as Alzheimer’s Disease. When it takes its toll on a [...]

By |July 13th, 2013|Brain Function, Healthy Aging|0 Comments

Obesity and Heart Disease

Did you know that those who are overweight drastically increase their risk of heart disease? When the body has more weight to carry around, especially if the individual has a serious case of distention in that they have a very protuberant abdomen; it forces the heart to work harder. Those who are obese usually also [...]

By |July 7th, 2013|Heart Health, Nutrition & Food, Weight Loss|0 Comments

Exercise and Hormonal Imbalance

Hormonal imbalance is a condition that should be taken very seriously. Today, I would like to talk to you about conquering hormonal imbalance with diet and exercise. Many people today experience estrogen dominance problems.  This is due to various factors including inactivity and a large amount of hormone disruptor found in our foods and environment. [...]

By |July 5th, 2013|Hormones, Weight Loss|0 Comments

What Does the Large Intestine Do?

Our bodies are an amazing creations, and the large intestine is no exception. The large intestine is an important part of the digestive process. It is said that once digested food enters the large intestine, it may take up to 32 hours for the organ to complete its work. The large intestine has several functions, [...]

By |June 30th, 2013|Digestion|0 Comments

Could Your Food Be Making You Tired?

If you suffer from fatigue, including Chronic Fatigue, you may wish to examine your diet. Fatty foods, and foods full of sugar and starch can have an adverse effect on the body. Therefore, if you tend to gravitate toward fast food, or often choose red meat, fries, white bread, potato chips and sodas over fresh [...]

By |June 23rd, 2013|Nutrition & Food, Sleep Disorders, Weight Loss|0 Comments


Strokes are one of the most common afflictions of the aged today. Strokes can often leave people in a partially paralyzed state. They may lose feeling on one side of their body, lose the ability to walk, lose control of their bowel or bladder, have difficulty speaking, and can sometimes lose their lives when the [...]

By |June 12th, 2013|Brain Function, Healthy Aging|0 Comments

Procrastination is Your Enemy

Putting off seeking medical attention is one of the worst things that you can do. I would like to tell you about why procrastination is your enemy. Many people think that if they wait long enough, a problem may just go away. Or, they may delay seeing a doctor due to financial considerations. However, disease [...]

By |June 11th, 2013|Brain Function|0 Comments

Autoimmune System Attack!

I found a great explanation of the way your immune system can be attacked, written by Dr. Kharrazian.  I wanted to share it with you all: Let’s say you are a house. Like a house you have barriers that protect you from the outside world, the way windows, walls, a roof and doors protect the [...]

By |June 11th, 2013|Health Education|Comments Off on Autoimmune System Attack!