BY ALLISON STOWELL, MS, RD, CDN OF GUIDINGSTARS.COM
1. Fat-Soluble vs. Water-Soluble
By: Maria Noel Groves
Let’s face it: No matter how good (or bad) your energy levels are, you always wish you had a bit more pep.
By: Alan Siddal
When we’re in pain, we can usually identify what hurts and how to treat it. Pets try to tell us when they’re hurting too, but it isn’t always easy for us to pinpoint what’s wrong. If you’re seeing signs of discomfort in your dog or cat, manipulation of the pet’s spine by a licensed chiropractor can help the body heal.
Reiki (pronounced RAY-kee) is a safe, gentle, and nonintrusive healing technique. It was developed by a Japanese Buddhist priest, Mikao Usui, who brought it to thousands of students and eventually opened a Reiki clinic in Tokyo in 1922. Reiki was once taught as a part of ancient Buddhist philosophy and while Reiki is spiritual in nature, it is not a religion.
While sunglasses are often worn for style, they can also help you maintain healthy eyes and prevent future vision loss.
The recent World Cup showcased some of the planet’s fittest athletes, but even much older adults can benefit from playing soccer. A group of 27 previously untrained men ages 63 to 75 began twice-weekly soccer sessions. After four months, they showed substantial improvements in aerobic fitness and muscle strength.
What's The Secret To A Perfectally Grilled Pizza?
By: Lisa Fabian
1. Don’t work with cold dough. Make sure it’s room temperature before shaping it.
Here are some healthy grilling tips to use at your next summer barbecue, courtesy of BistroMD. According to BistroMD’s site, “grilling is the healthiest way to prepare most foods. It can enhance the flavor of meats, poultry, fish and even vegetables.”