We all know that exercise is good for us. But, you don’t need to spend hours and a ton of energy to get a quality workout with great results. A great option for everyone–especially people short on time–is doing a HIIT workout several times a week. What is HIIT? The acronym HIIT stands for high-intensity…

Family, fun, sun, and plenty of time at the grill. It is 4th of July and a great time to get outside and enjoy the day off (if you have the day off). You want to have the best holiday but you also want to celebrate in a healthy and safe way. So, keep in…

It’s summertime and we’re ready to get outdoors! Thankfully, the temps haven’t been too high yet–although, we’re sure they will be rising soon. The weather has been gorgeous some days (and dangerously stormy other days). But, on those days when it’s beautiful out, it’s great to get outside, get fresh air, and a little sun….

The days are getting longer, the weather is warming up, and school is almost out! It’s ALMOST SUMMER, Y’ALL! While sometimes that means a little freedom in the scheduling, it can also mean that it’s harder to get on a consistent health and wellness plan that keeps you scheduled, organized, and on track with your…

Since 1949, May has been designated Mental Health Awareness Month in the United States. Awareness of mental health conditions is extremely important, as approximately 20% of the US population has some form of mental illness, the most common being depression or anxiety related conditions. The prevalence of mental illness is common in children as well…

Smoking has long been the most prevalent preventable cause of cancer in the US for many years, leading to over a half million deaths per year. Thanks to a reduction of smoking in the general population though, cancer rates have fallen steadily in the last 30 years. However, according to recent studies, cancer rates could…

For health, environmental, and/or animal welfare reasons, there is a rise in people choosing to adopt a more plant-based diet. Whether you are planning on cutting out animal protein entirely, cutting back some, or just looking for new ideas for menu planning, looking at vegetarian resources can help you create a fun and diverse meal…

A recent study published in Nature Scientific Reports shows a correlation between BMI (body mass index) and WC (waist circumference) and the prevalence of thyroid cancer. The study, which included more than 11 million people showed that as weight increases, so does the likelihood of thyroid cancer. Likewise, as weight decreases, the risk of thyroid…

  March is National Nutrition Month and this month we wanted to share some great resources, tips, and nutritional advice from EatRight.org, the website run by The Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics.  “The Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics is the world’s largest organization of food and nutrition professionals founded in Cleveland, Ohio, in 1917, by…

Valentine’s Day is just a week away and if you’ve been in any grocery stores lately, the shelves are lined with chocolates. While having a treat or two during the holiday is absolutely okay–and encouraged!–Valentine’s, like every other holiday–can end up a stressor and a trigger when it is surrounded with food. If you are…

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