Fruits and vegetables make up the key components to a healthier lifestyle and also keep you free from a sluggish and overweight existence.
Eating whole food sources of nutrients such as magnesium, calcium, the B vitamins, vitamin D, protein, essential fatty acids, and potassium allows your cells to function effectively… as they were meant to.
Keep reading for some health benefits of whole food nutrition.
Exercise is good for the body and mind and did you know exercise and sweating is good for your skin, too?
Dr. Margarita Lolis, a New Jersey board certified dermatologist explains that, "When exercising we release toxins from our skin, opening up and clear out our pores. However, if you miss one important step when it comes to exercising and skin, you'll start to notice your skin going downhill."
Here are some pointers to help your skin look its post-workout best.
A head-to-toe routine is a must. Dr. Lolis found that those who work out several times per week seem to have similar skin issues.
These 14 Skincare Hacks for Gym Rats provided by Dr. Lolis, are based on the common issues her own patients often face.
Whether you’re in a couple or rolling solo, Valentine’s Day comes with expectation and pressure.
With #CoupleGoals as a consistently trending hashtag, countless pictures of couples on social media, the obsession of celebrity break ups and make ups and TV shows like the Bachelor and Bachelorette serving up contrived romance sprinkled with drama, the way we think of love and romance has changed.
Dr. Sanam Hafeez, a New York Board Certified Neuropsychologist explains why so many people say ‘no way’ to Valentine’s Day and offers some alternatives that shift this negative mindset.
If knowing your enemy is one of the first lines of defense in war, the tactic is especially apt when it comes to contending with germs.
To help arm parents in the inevitable germ battle, here’s an overview of five common contagious illnesses and maladies that children are likely to encounter, as well as a few tips and tricks to treat and prevent them.
Aging is all in the mind; you can stay young forever if you take care of your skin.
In fact, in today's modern world, no one looks their age. As many say, 40 is the new 30.
From cosmetic procedures to beauty treatments, there are so many ways that help you prevent and slow down your aging process. At most times, the result is great.
Sure, these treatments can help you to look young, but there are some side effects too. Natural ways are simply the best. The more natural treatments you use, the better it will be for your skin. With a little effort, you can look ten years younger with natural ways.
Even if you’re not a New Year’s Resolution type of person, something about the season makes it the perfect time to focus on bettering your life.
Improving yourself is a lifelong endeavor, and it’s likely that those goals will change over the years.
Instead of thinking about what you think needs improvement, focus on self-care and wellness. “Improving” yourself can be a dangerous mindset because we so often think about the physical body and validation from others. Real self-improvement is steeped in self-care and improves more than just the body.
People with wavy or curly hair are always looking for new products, tips and tricks to lock in their desired look.
Whether they want to blow it straight, create looser curls or maximize their tighter coils, Maya Smith, Celebrity Hair Stylist, salon owner and creator of The Doux, the “Indie” hair care line with cult following which is now at Target, is truly the master.
Here she shares her best tips for girls with curls who want to revel in their natural hair and create a style they love.