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Fuel Yourself For Football

The four pillars of nutrition for an athlete are: 1. Carbohydrates: To Fuel Players need carbohydrates, and in abundance! Football players rely heavily on glycogen...

Does Stress & Anxiety Cause Weight Gain?

Ever noticed how you reach for a bag of chips or chocolate bar when you are feeling low or anxious? Stress eating may seem like a quick fix for anxiety, but in time you’ll...

Stress and Diabetes: Break This Relationship Before It’s Too Late!

You may be doing heaps to fix your diet and fitness regimen to battle diabetes or related problems, but stress could undo the good work. On the other hand, having to cope...

Your Blood Vessels Need A Good Night’s Sleep

Feeling tired and irritable or just not functioning well after a night of bad sleep? If sleep problems are stressing you out, it could affect your blood pressure too.  Sleeping Less Than...

Control Hypertension With A 30-Minute Workout

Did you know exercise can be as effective as some BP drugs in lowering blood pressure? Knock your systolic blood pressure down by 4 to 9 mm Hg by just working some physical activity...

A Fitness Plan To Keep Your Blood Sugar In Control 

Adding some form of movement and exercise to your weekly routine won’t just make you lighter, it could also help stabilize your blood sugar and improve your diabetes. This is one tip...

The Dirt on Pica: Is Anemia Causing Weird Cravings?

Ever felt an unexplained appetite for raw rice or flour, mud, clay, or paper? A craving to constantly chew on non-food or non-nutritive substances can be a sign of an eating disorder...

Your 3 Food Mantras To Stabilize Blood Sugar Levels

Get your blood sugar levels and diabetes under control with a few steps that could change the way you look and feel. It’s not just about quitting carbs and your favorite sugary...

Cut Back On Sodium: For The Love Of Your Heart!

Struggling to get your blood pressure under control? Having high BP doesn’t mean quitting all your favorite foods or being on a strict diet all the time. But do yourself (and your...