Halloween is nearly here! A magnificent, playful holiday that can bring out the kid in all of us, but unfortunately, also the sweet tooth. Halloween has become an invitation to indulge in all things sugary, sweet, and seasonal (candy corn, anyone?).
The fall season brings cooler temperatures, shorter days, and holidays with friends and family. It is also an easy time to get caught up with Halloween candy, Thanksgiving meals, and a lot of time spent indoors. Do not let autumn keep you from maintaining a healthy lifestyle. Look out for these seasonal pitfalls and avoid falling short of your health and wellness goals this fall season.
Vitamin D is a fat-soluble vitamin, which is unique in that the body actually makes vitamin D when the skin is exposed to sunlight. You can also get Vitamin D through certain foods. So if the body makes its own Vitamin D, why should we be worried about getting enough of it? A vitamin D deficiency is quite more common than you may think!
No matter if it’s a mustard coated foot long corn dog, fried cheese, “anything on a stick”, or the spiral fries it’s easy to throw your healthy progress out the petting zoo barn door. If you are trying to stay somewhat on track we have created some tips based on our collection of data from people just like you that love the fair.
If you happen to follow any food trends, scroll through Pinterest at times, or just lead a healthy lifestyle then you have most likely come across the word ‘zoodle’. If you are curious why zoodles have become so popular recently, then here are a few reasons!
Are your allergies going berserk? Nutrition can help with seasonal allergies!
If you do not get enough iron in your diet, you may start to feel cold, tired, or sluggish.
Whether or not you are a collegiate athlete, play on a club team, or simply like to exercise on your own time, it is important that you are getting enough vitamins and minerals.
Having “Smart Choices” on hand, either in your mini fridge or within quick reach can help your nutritional health excel.
Many people know that in order to have great workouts they must fuel their bodies the correct way. They also know that refueling properly after a workout can lead to increased benefits of their exercise as well as quicker recovery times. What they do not usually know is what kinds of foods to eat before and after workouts.
There are many debates on whether GMOs are safe for human consumption, and many think it may be harmful for your health in the long run. Nearly half of the people surveyed by the Pew Research Center believe that GMOs should probably not be eaten. But what do scientist think? Nine out of ten scientists from the American Association for the Advancement of Science believe that GMOs are safe to consume and that there is no reason to worry.
Most of us want quick and convenient among the day-to-day hustle and bustle. Here are some simple tips to achieve a better environment with food and fast fixes.