Some of you were curious about osteoporosis and how to help yourself. After all, low bone mineral density leading to bone fractures can be not only debilitating, but deadly.
While it is most common in women, men and children can also have low bone density. Continue reading “Low Bone Density: Who’s at Risk?”
I went to my first GFAF expo last year and thoroughly enjoyed it. I have the privilege of blogging for the expo again this year. I can’t wait to see all the fabulous products. Continue reading “Gluten-Free and Allergen Friendly Expo 2018! Win A Free Ticket!”
So, you’re resistant to making healthy changes because you feel like it’s going to be depressing. It might be. Continue reading “Feel Like Getting Healthy Will Be A Drag? Make It Fun Instead.”
Ever have those crispy chickpeas snacks from the store? They’re pretty good.
Chickpeas, also known as garbanzo beans, are a complex carbohydrate, full of fiber. They are beneficial for your heart health and help stabilize your blood sugar. They also Continue reading “Roasted Chickpeas”
With growing concerns about the ingredients in antiperspirants and deodorants causing breast cancer or Alzheimer’s, more people are turning to natural brands. I’m not here to debate whether or not these concerns are valid, but to check out alternative deodorant brands. Do these work? If so, how well? Continue reading “Product Review: Native Deodorant”
If you have high blood pressure, you’ve probably been told to eat more potassium. As you nosh on the obligatory banana, how much do you know about this mineral? It is important for so much more than blood pressure. Continue reading “Potassium”
Simply Soupreme soups are ready-made soups using only ingredients you would find at home. Continue reading “Product Review: Simply Soupreme”
Stewardship is the responsibility of managing or taking care of something that belongs to someone else.
We are called to be Continue reading “Stewardship of Us. Does it Matter?”
It’s been shown that it’s never too late to start exercising. So I started. It’s been a while now and I was putting the effort in, but I wasn’t seeing much of a difference.
I’ve been working out regularly with dumbbells. I’m eating healthy food and avoiding junk food. I don’t see many muscles, I don’t really even feel that much stronger. But I still keep working at it. I want to build muscle to counter age related muscle loss, boost my metabolism and recover my bone density.
What am I doing wrong? Now I know. Continue reading “Building Muscle”
What is Protein?
Previously, we discussed why protein is important for our metabolism. As promised, we’re going to dive in a little deeper to explore protein and why we should care about it.
Protein is one of the important nutrients our body needs to Continue reading “Protein: Why, How Much and Risks”