Health&Fitness Talk

Supporting Healthy Life Styles

Sex – Key To A Younger You
by Keila Chaliotis, Staff Writer I know that when it comes to it, this is not the most comfortable subject to discuss, but we are no longer children and sex is part of the reason for why our body tends to shine bright moments after. Plus, if it weren’t... Read more
Cinnamon and Honey
by Kimberly Allen, RN I received an email the other day from a friend asking me about whether or not some information she had received was true or not.  An article that was in the Weekly World News (a known as a tabloid magazine) back in January of 1995 is making... Read more
Energy and The Magnesium Connection
by Michelle LeSueur, BEP, CNC, CSN, CPT How many of you eat healthy and exercise regularly but find that your energy levels are low?  You know you’re not doing the blood sugar yo-yo, so what could it be?  Those that have been avid sugar eaters in the past probably... Read more
Garcinia Cambogia Extract – Miracle Weight Loss Food
by James Hundson, Contributing Writer A little flabby tummy and those spot fats are common problems with almost a majority of people these days. After all, when do you get the time to go to the gym after completing all those assignments at office and dealing with all the... Read more
Raspberry Ultra Drops – Science or Scam?
by Kimberly Allen, RN Today with the push for weight loss Americans spend over $60 billion a year on weight loss products and there are a wide variety of them available.  There are some that actually do help and others that are complete gimmicks.  Personally I am very skeptical... Read more
Let The Frankenfish Go Extinct
by Jeff Clemetson, Editor Wishing for the extinction of a species seems like a rather heartless act, but what if that species has serious potential to harm people’s health? What if it has the potential to damage the evironment? What if that species was man-made? Such is the question... Read more
GAPS – Bridging Diet and Psychology
by Francesca Orlando, Nutritional Therapy Practitioner If you or a loved one has been diagnosed with an ASD, bi-polar disorder, a learning disability, or an autoimmune condition, or if you suffer from digestive distress, please know that there is hope for you yet. Thousands of people have healed thanks to... Read more
The Sweet Benefits of Kicking Sugar Addiction
by Michelle LeSueur BeP, CNC, CSN, CPT Are you someone that has to have something sweet everyday?  Do you find that you crave it all the time?  Today many people struggle with addiction to sugar.  In the US, the average American consumes 160 lbs of sugar without even realizing... Read more
Cabin Fever

After months of cold weather and what seems like endless amounts of snow to many lots of people complain of ‘cabin fever’. While cabin fever is not an actual disease it is a term that is used to describe a group of symptoms or syndrome…

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Cutting: A Serious Cry For Help

Cutting is the new anorexia among teenagers today and is a growing concern among mental health experts. Cutting is a serious problem for at least 3 million Americans. Cutting, as well as other types of self injury, occurs in all cultures and socioeconomic classes…

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