Living Well With Type 2 Diabetes: Myths vs. Facts

by Kristy Hegner

When it comes to any complicated disease or topic, you will likely hear or read information on the topic from various sources, including the internet and from friends and family. Unfortunately, you can’t always rely on information you receive to… Continue Reading →

Feel Good Foods

by Jessica Malen

Your gastrointestinal tract is lined with a hundred million neurons – the same stuff that’s in your brain! This means your digestive system doesn’t just help you to process food, it also helps monitor your emotions. The function of those… Continue Reading →

Social Distancing-Friendly Outdoor Activities

by Maya Munot

According to the Mayo Clinic, outdoor activities – especially those that are close to home – pose a lower risk of COVID-19 spreading than indoor activities do. That’s because fresh air constantly moves, scattering respiratory droplets containing the virus that… Continue Reading →

Effects of Exercise on the Brain

by Heather Mearns

There is enough research out there to tell you how good exercise is for your body, but do you know just how good exercise is for your brain? The American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM) recently held a webinar called… Continue Reading →

Easy Egg-Free Quiche

by Jessica Malen

Try This Easy Egg-Free Quiche Low on eggs? Or just want to try a new healthy recipe? This quiche will please egg-lovers and vegans alike. Read on to see how chickpea flour can be baked with fresh veggies to create… Continue Reading →

Your Guide to a Social Media Free Week

by Jessica Malen

Learn How You Can Do a Social Media Reset Right Now! During the COVID-19 pandemic, we are spending more time on our devices than ever before. From remote work to Zoom calls with loved ones, our devices are never far… Continue Reading →

Living Well With Diabetes: Managing Your Diabetes Through a Healthy Lifestyle

by Kristy Hegner

Learn How to Manage Your Diabetes with Nutrition and Physical Activity Managing your diabetes does not have to be as challenging as it may seem initially. Although there is a lot of information to learn about the condition, taking steps… Continue Reading →

Managing Your Children’s Education While Working From Home

by Kristy Hegner

With many school districts closing for months, many parents are struggling with how to continue educating their school-age children while managing their job responsibilities.  This unprecedented time period, which for many means confined to their own household, is a learning… Continue Reading →

Living Well With Diabetes: Just Diagnosed

by Kristy Hegner

Approximately one in 10 Americans have diabetes with about 90-95% of them having type 2 diabetes. Type 2 diabetes is a chronic condition that is also progressive, but with proper management, you can stop or slow many of the complications… Continue Reading →

The Positive Power of Pets

by Jessica Malen

Discover the Health Benefits of Pet Ownership! An estimated 68% of U.S. households have a pet, according to the National Institute of Health. But exactly what health benefits does pet ownership bring? Find out by reading on. One of the… Continue Reading →

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