Think of your spice rack as your medicine cabinet. Triple the antioxidant and anti-inflammatory power of your meals by sprinkling them with herbs and spices.
Adding walnuts and flaxseed to your diet may help your body respond better to stress.
Start a gardening project with your kids. Children who grow vegetables are more likely to try them and like them.
Turn pizza into a nutritious meal by using 100 percent whole-wheat crust and plenty of sauce and veggies. Go easy on the cheese.
Want to switch up your fitness routine? Hula-hooping burns the same number of calories as walking.
Make sure fruits and vegetables fill up at least half your plate to ensure you’re eating the correct amount every meal.
Getting a good night’s sleep can help manage arthritis pain. Sleep helps rest the joints, which can reduce pain and swelling.
Try mindfulness-based stress reduction, a meditation process that focuses attention on breathing to treat chronic pain and depression. MBSR increases awareness of the present moment and of unconscious thoughts, feelings and behaviors, therefore reducing stress ...
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