For those trying to manage blood sugar, a healthy diet is key. However, while food choice is important, getting adequate physical activity is, too. Many Americans fall short when it comes to the U.S. federal [...]
Seven out of 10 adults say that their stress is enough to interfere with daily life, making stress relief an essential part of self-care. Frequent lifestyle stress can take a toll on both the mind [...]
If you have never been someone who exercises regularly but are concerned about your heart health, you may be in luck. New research shows that starting an exercise program in middle age can still help [...]
The star ingredient in the newly released Immune Shake Booster is Wellmune®*. Wellmune is a 1,3/1,6 beta glucan from the walls of Saccharomyces cerevisiae, or baker’s yeast. With immunomodulating properties, it is backed by over a dozen scientific [...]
As the new year begins, many of us are thinking about resolutions and how best to achieve our fitness goals. Why not find out what the best fitness experts are telling their clients to do? [...]
The winter season can make getting to the gym and performing outdoor workouts a bit more difficult. It also doesn’t help that the chilly weather can increase your appetite for consuming calorie-dense foods.
The chaos of the holidays and the changing seasons can take a toll on your immune system. Taking a few simple steps to prioritize your health and wellness can make the holidays much more enjoyable and help you stay healthy.
Although there are many ways to ensure better control, regular exercise is a proven strategy recommended to keep blood sugar levels in balance.
So, you’ve made the decision to adopt a healthy lifestyle, change your eating habits, and get moving. It may seem simple at first, but the reality is that lifestyle adjustments (although extremely important for your health long-term) can lead to unwanted “side effects” in the short term, if you’re not careful.
Gaining weight while losing strength is too often a consequence of getting older. A regular gym routine can help you stay in shape, but even consistent core exercises may not be enough to prevent inevitable muscle weakness and belly-fat gains.