Throughout quarantine, I took it upon myself to get healthier. During my journey, I’ve encountered quite a few articles stating that I should be taking an omega-3 fatty acid supplement if I’m not getting those nutrients from my diet.
Lately, I’ve seen people touting the health benefits of adding butter to their coffee. As an avid coffee drinker myself, I try to stay up on the latest trends in the coffee world. I’ve tried adding collagen to my daily cup of joe, and I’ve perfected my at-home cold brew routine. But adding butter to my coffee is just something I couldn’t bring myself to do.
Often when my fiancé, Austin, and I are bored at home, we’ll get on YouTube to browse around for something funny or informative to watch. Since we share the TV, our YouTube recommendations cover everything from knitting tutorials to running videos to nutrition tips to TED talks and everything in between.
I’m not sure what your social media news feed looks like lately, but mine is filled with engagements, weddings, newborn babies and ketone diets. Once one friend gets onto something, it spreads like wildfire. Insert the ketone diet.
Eat your vegetables. Never skip breakfast. Wash your hands before eating. There are many important habits to teach your children to help lay the foundation for a long and happy life. But one crucial aspect of a child’s overall well-being that often is neglected is their oral health.
During the past six months, I’ve been on a mission to better my health. I’ve read all kinds of articles, and I’ve tried a lot of different things, hoping that they would stick. To my surprise, living a healthier lifestyle wasn’t as expensive or as difficult as I thought it would be.
We’ve all heard that sugar isn’t good for us, yet we still eat a lot of it. Have you looked at the nutrition info on your food and drinks lately? You might be surprised by the amount of sugar that’s packed into many of your favorite foods and drinks. If you want to kick the bad habit or just cut back a little, here are some tips.
With it still being the first month of the year, many of you are still sticking to your New Year’s resolutions of getting fit and healthy. If you haven’t already, think about keeping a food journal. Here’s five reasons why you should.