Human beings are creatures of habit, every day, we are used to doing the same things in the same places, for the same reasons.
Awareness strategies do just that – provide information for the purpose of enhancing knowledge and understanding in the minds of a captive audience.
True wellness comes when we feel good on the inside and our mind, body and spirit are in harmony. In addition, there is a spectrum of foods, lifestyle habits and thoughts that range from healthy to unhealthy. We all feel better as we move towards the healthy end of the spectrum.
I always understood that fruits were an important part of a healthy diet, especially growing up in Trinidad where tropical fruits are in abundance. I knew that citrus fruits are a good source of vitamin C which helps to strengthen the immune system and bananas are great for potassium, which help to reduce blood pressure and keep mineral balance in check.
A detox is simply a process of ridding or abstaining from toxic or unhealthy substances.
With fast foods like KFC and pizza so prevalent, and processed foods like sugary cereals being marketed directly towards children, it is a challenge to get children to eat healthy.
On Friday we celebrated International Women’s Day and the theme chosen for this year is Balance Better. When it comes to women’s specific health and nutritional needs, balance is an important concept
Looking for an easy post workout breakfast smoothie? This protein rich option is not only tasty but leaves you feeling satisfied for a long period of time. Try it out and let us know what you think!
Hormones affect every single aspect of your health. These chemical messengers are produced in various endocrine glands throughout the body and work together to help to keep the body in balance.
You may have heard people say to lose weight you should “eat breakfast like a king, lunch like a prince and dinner like a pauper.” A recent study published by the British Medical Journal suggests that this is not true.