Daily Health Tips for Living a Healthy Life

Learn Tai Chi for Your Mental and Physical Well-Being

Seniors require exercise just as much as anyone else, but some activities can be tough on aging bodies. That’s where Tai Chi comes to the rescue. Tai Chi is an effective workout anyone can enjoy by mastering a few simple basics. The literal translation of Tai Chi is supreme ultimate boxing. There are several theories about how Tai Chi got started, but it certainly has its origins in martial arts and it came from China.... ❯❯❯

Tips and Tricks for a Healthier You

Have you found yourself losing interest in healthy eating and exercise? You might have been gung-ho for a week or two and then your determination to be healthier faded away. This leads to us falling right back into our bad habits. Here’s a quick look at a few tips and tricks that can make you healthier in the long run. Get Straight Many people find themselves turning to pills for one thing or another – even prescription... ❯❯❯

Top 3 Nuts for Greater Strength and Muscle Size

When it comes to working out to build muscle, everyone is obsessed with meat and protein in general, but there are many other foods that help to build muscle and look better, too. Honestly, protein doesn't deserve all the attention it gets. Understandably so, foods that are protein-rich can help to boost muscle protein synthesis, but when it comes to energy for exercise, very few foods will beat complex carbohydrates or nuts. Learn... ❯❯❯

Sensitive Teeth? Surefire Ways To Prevent and Reduce Discomfort

Sensitive teeth can cause discomfort or pain, but today you have more options than ever for treating this condition. These are the facts about tooth sensitivity and steps you and your dentist can take to prevent or reduce any discomfort. The Facts About Sensitive Teeth Know your triggers. Many things can irritate teeth including hot and cold foods, sweet or sour tastes, cold air, and being touched by other teeth or your tongue.... ❯❯❯

5 Ways to Get Yourself to Eat More Veggies

Most doctors and health professionals will agree: there are no foods that are healthier than vegetables. Trouble is, most people find that eating vegetables on a daily basis is challenging. Think back to when you were a child, slapping the broccoli out of your parent's hands. You weren’t into veggies in the first place. Getting into it now, when no one is forcing you to eat it, can be even harder. Truth is, vegetables are... ❯❯❯

The Surprising Truth about Eating a Diverse Diet

For years nutritionists recommended eating a diverse diet, but it turns out that advice may be outdated. A recent study by the American Heart Association found that a varied diet can actually increase the risk of obesity, heart disease, and diabetes. Before the twentieth century, it made sense to try to eat a lot of different foods because malnutrition was widespread. Today, many adults are consuming too much food, including both... ❯❯❯

A Baby Boomer's Guide to Hepatitis C

If you’re a baby boomer, you may be watching your weight and visiting the gym regularly to stay fit. However, there could be an important health issue you’re overlooking. Your risk of contracting hepatitis C is five time higher than the general population if you were born between 1946 and 1965. In fact, an estimated 80% of patients with hepatitis C belong to the baby boomer generation. Yet, only 13% of this group have... ❯❯❯