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.
They say that if you do something for 21 days, it will become a habit. And once it’s a habit, then your body will come to expect it. I’ve always liked this line of thought. I like the idea that if you can grin and bear a new hardship for three weeks, you can seriously impact your life.
The term “superfood” has been thrown around so much lately. Everything seems to be a superfood. Not all healthful foods are superfoods. Only those that are rich in nutrients and especially beneficial for health and well-being are considered to be superfoods. Here are five superfoods that top many lists.
Healthy living should be a habit. While it’s hard not to be overwhelmed with conflicting advice about health and nutrition, it is helpful to hear what the experts have to say. Here, a panel of professionals weighs in on a single question: If a person could make one change to live healthier, what do you suggest?
Having a job in which you sit all day shouldn’t be a determining factor in your health. So you sit all day? That doesn’t mean you can’t make healthful choices at the office. Here are some tips to help you make more healthful and nutritious choices.
Sound mind, body and spirit—it’s an old adage of total and complete wellness. Start your trek to wellness with this month’s selection of books from the Stark County District Library, including a plethora of ways to achieve the goal of healthier eating, a surprising look at the power of water—both inside our bodies and in nature—and a take-no-prisoners guide to overcoming obstacles.