Most people want to live a long life and reap the greatest amount of joy from it. However, with the detrimental changes in lifestyle (poor eating habits, lack of exercise) and the increasing pressures of life we're experiencing, it's becoming more and more challenging to meet these goals. For instance, weight issues are a rampant problem
In life, it’s often the little things that matter most. This principle should be applied liberally when it comes to reforming your eating habits. When people decide to improve their health, many begin by making drastic changes to their diet. Unfortunately, this often becomes an overwhelming change that leads to the opposite outcome; they give up altogether.
The pressures of life push many people to the edge of being unhealthy. There are a plethora of responsibilities that a person may have starting from the individual level and extending to the family and societal levels. It is not a surprise to find that chronic stress is an ongoing, significant problem for many people. Stress is
Doctors can now show that a poor diet has a greater negative impact on our bodies than lack of exercise. Most people believe that problems such as obesity result from inactivity, and overweight people are even accused of being lazy. However, according to a new report, the bigger problem lies with an individual’s diet rather
The importance of eating a balanced diet is referenced often in discussions of health and wellness. What's much less discussed, however, is what constitutes a balanced diet. At its most basic, we're talking about a mix of carbohydrates, proteins and vitamins. There are many sources for each of these dietary components. Let's take a closer look at each, starting with