To Your Health Newsletter

July, 2014 (Vol. 08, Issue 15)
Secrets to Weight Loss

Although there's no real mystery to weight loss (burn more calories than you consume), that doesn't mean it's a simple endeavor, which accounts for the millions of people who struggle to achieve their ideal healthy weight, much less maintain it without putting the pounds back on. But struggle no more, because the secrets to weight loss are out of the bottle and yours to follow on your path to lasting health and wellness.

Off the Couch

Turn Off the TV and Tune Into Health

Natural Remedies

Antibiotics Don't Work for Cold Symptoms

Go Green

12 Organic Foods You Should be Eating

Vegetables for Your Health

How to Cultivate a Healthy Garden

Herbal Formulas to Help Relieve Menstrual Pain

Many women tend to have menstrual cramps and pain on a recurring basis, which may require over-the-counter or prescription drug intervention. However, as with all medications, there is the risk of side effects that can be more problematic than the pain itself. Fortunately, nondrug alternatives exist that can complement your chiropractor's adjustments, such as herbal medicine.

Meat: Pros and Cons

Eating meat has always been a controversial topic, particularly among nutritionists. Some say to cut back; others say to embrace it and include more of it in your diet. How does meat contribute to our overall health? What are the pros and cons of meat consumption in our world today? Find out how meat can benefit your overall health and how to choose the lean proteins your body needs.

Eat Veggies to Lower Your Blood Pressure

There are many health benefits to a vegetarian diet, but it has to be done correctly. One of the most challenging aspects is being disciplined enough to ensure you get all of the essentials nutrients your body needs. Previous studies have suggested an association between vegetarian diets and lower blood pressure, but the relationship is not well-established - until now.

Vitamin D to Prevent Diabetes

A 2014 clinical trial provides evidence that optimal vitamin D nutritional status may be important in preventing the progression of prediabetes to diabetes in adults.

De-Stress With Tai Chi

Tai chi is a 2,000-year-old Chinese fitness regimen with origins in the martial arts. Research suggests it is effective in relieving stress, increasing flexibility and building strength.