Here is a study that if pregnant women stay physically active during their pregnancy there may be many cognitive advantages for your unborn child.
Here is a GREAT example of the benefits of what drinking an adequate amount of water on a daily basis can do for you! You'll be amazed at the changes this lady experienced over a four week period!
Ever wonder how many calories you're burning while exercising? This Yahoo Health article gives you a quick way to determine how hard you're REALLY working!!
Check out this article on these 5 Fall Foods that not only fill you up but will help keep you slim. Thanks to Dr. Janet for this great article on some wonderful seasonal food options.
Cravings can de-rail any weight loss program quickly, as well as impact our long term health. Most of us would probably admit to having cravings at several times in our lives. In this article learn why we have these cravings and how to prevent getting them!
This article from the Mayo Clinic Staff can help shed some light on why post menopausal women tend to store more fat in the abdomen area. It also explains the increased risks with an increase in belly fat and how to fight this from happening. Check out article to learn more.
Looking for a simple, healthy summer food recipe? Well here is a great Chicken and Summer vegetable tostada recipe. So skip the fast food and enjoy delicious healthier options such as this!!
Americans love to snack almost as much as we want to lose weight. But according to recent research by the USDA, our snacking habits are adding too many calories and too few nutrients to our diets. It doesn't have to be this way, says Susan Bowerman, RD, assistant director of the UCLA Center for Human Nutrition. "When done right, (snacking) keeps your energy levels up and gives you more opportunities to get in all your nutritional needs."
From Fitness Together's Diet and Nutrition Expert, Dr. Janet Brill:
We should all take some inspiration from the First Lady's passion for healthy living and healthy eating. Thanks to Mrs. Obama, people across the country have revisited the American tradition of starting a vegetable garden at home.
From working a full-time job to running kids to school functions and managing a household, moms hardly have a spare moment in their busy daily schedules. Even with hectic home and work situations, working moms still need to find time to live a healthy lifestyle -- not only to benefit themselves, but their families as well.