Many nowadays struggle to bother keeping up with cooking their meals with the convenience and affordability of local and fast-food restaurants. Eating out saves you time, tastes delicious and is much easier than going through the arduous process of cooking every meal. To bypass the inconveniences of cooking, one trend that has recently gained traction is […]
Back pain can be debilitating and frustrating. However, it can be lessened and relieved by following some simple steps. These days, we’re all sitting. A lot. Sitting for long periods of time can spur negative side effects, like weight gain, decreased cognition and an increased risk of cancer. The modern lifestyle asks many people to […]
It’s loved by people aged 9-99. But what is sugar doing for our health? An increasing amount of research shows it’s not so perfectly harmless. Read on to find out why.
Pork rinds are delicious, high in protein and have loads of healthy fat. Who knew?
Many people are deficient in the ‘sunshine’ vitamin D. Learn why it’s important and how you can get enough.
7 quick tips on how to keep your immune system up to par during the ‘sick season’.
Five tips for how to best achieve your New Year’s resolutions.
Follow these five pointers if you ate a lot during the Thanksgiving week and are looking to make a turnaround before the second onslaught comes (Christmas, you are just on the horizon)
Director of Education Shauna Smith-Yates explains why Juvo Board is ideal for expectant mothers. Watch this pregnancy workout video!
Last Friday was the first day of fall. For many, autumn is a favorite time of the year – the crisp mornings, trees changing into bright colors, cinnamon and spice in the air, and of course, Jack-o-lanterns aplenty. Another large part of the fall season is how it factors in to your physical activity. Check out these eight fall fitness tips to take advantage of the season.
Our hectic lifestyles cause anxiety, restlessness and unsound sleep. Luckily, there’s many things you can do to help you — and your brain — rest.
WARNING: The stress of making New Year’s resolutions alone may cause a decline in health. According to the American Psychological Association, stress itself is linked to the six leading causes of death: heart disease, cancer, lung ailments, accidents, liver cirrhosis and suicide. You probably tell yourself the same thing every January. Make a resolution. Lose. Drop. Change. Count […]