Though still considered a little bit "out there," especially here in the Midwest, energy healing and other types of complementary medicine are starting to earn recognition as a legitimate treatment for physical and emotional ailments. Two local experts are doing innovative work in opening a person's "sacred blueprint" to help the process along.
Whether you are attending a lot of holiday parties, planning some festive dinners, or just baking lots of treats as gifts, keeping on a healthy meal plan during the holidays is a big challenge. But with a little planning, you can get around some of the pitfalls.
This time of year gets crazy, I know, and it's tempting to throw up your hands and just start over in January. But it's really worth it to keep exercising to help balance the effects of all that holiday food, drink, and stress. Here are some helpful hints from a local personal trainer.
Meal-planning stress. Family stress. Home remodeling stress. Deadline stress. Business stress. That's what I've got on my plate today, how about you? Too much stress can ruin your health and your holidays, so here are some ways to handle it.
One big key to eating healthier is cooking more –- and if you're going to cook, you'll need some seasonings. Herbs and spices are a great way to add flavor and excitement without fat or calories. Here's where to get them.
Doing a lot of grocery shopping these days? If you're using re-usable grocery bags, good for you! Just be aware that while you're saving the planet, you may be exposing your family to some food-borne illnesses. Here's how to keep your bags (and food) safe and clean.
Should I pay 99 cents or 9 dollars a pound for a turkey? Next week I'll be hosting Thanksgiving at my home for the first time. After giving some thought to the best bird for our health and our budget, I came up with quite a few options.