When I was in high school, I had a cute country boy over. We were making out on the couch downstairs when he suddenly perked up his ears. “Is it storming outside?” he asked. “I should get home” (curse those dirt roads). I told him I heard nothing, but he insisted he heard rolling thunder. … Continue reading Can Snoring Affect Your Health?
We’ve all been told, over and over again, that breakfast is the most important meal of the day. And even though we don’t all like to hear that, it’s true. Breakfast is really the most important thing you can eat all day long. It wakes you up and kick starts your metabolism. It also keeps … Continue reading Fuel Up Each Day With A Good Breakfast
Lately, it seems you can’t pick up a newspaper or turn on the TV without hearing about an Escherichia coli infection outbreak. E.coli is not new, but now it seems to be spreading beyond hamburger meat and into just about everything – spinach, carrot juice, water, etc. Chances are you are either doing or eating … Continue reading E.coli: Are You At Risk?
Tired of staying fit the old fashioned way – by hitting a gym 4 times a week, running on the track, and lifting weights? Then it’s time for you to branch out from the traditional ways of getting fit and explore new and exciting sports such as mountain biking. All you really need is a … Continue reading Get Riding!
In every form of media, in every aspect of our lives, we are bombarded with pressure to exercise more often, more efficiently, more strenuously. To look at media, and then actually look at the people who populate our culture, I would have to guess that these frantic messages of pinnacle fitness are reaching about 5%, … Continue reading The Minimum Effort Exercise Regimen
As you roll sluggishly off the post-holiday couch and back into your daily routine, you might notice that the holidays have done a real number on your body. Rich foods like turkey and gravy, sweets, booze, and non-stop socializing opportunities can leave you feeling bloated, chubby, and lethargic, and can leave you with a digestive … Continue reading Simple New Year’s Detox: Start The Year Off With A Cleanse
There are a million things to feel guilty about in our day-to-day lives. You don’t call your mother enough, you eat too much bread, you drink too much, you should really call that high school friend whose dad just died. If you really had time to think about it, you could even start having pangs … Continue reading The Benefits of Slow Cadence Training