Do you like baking? Do you enjoy holiday traditions? Why not combine the two and win our Spode Christmas cake tin set giveaway? Read, enter, be 1 of 3 winners! But first a story about our older sister and her sun-dried tomato rolls.
Are you walking for weight loss? Health and longevity? To improve your mood and mental hardiness? Then get in those 10,000 steps per day.
Many people ask us, “I am not ready to join a gym, yet I know I need to exercise. What can I do?” While there are many answers, one that’s really fun is to take a walking tour. You stop so often, and are focused on the history and design of the local sights, so it’s easy to get in a nice long walk without even realizing it…or sweating!
Who wants to reduce menopause symptoms, decrease stress, minimize weight gain, improve memory, and even boost longevity? All without needing to exercise. So how???
Alexandra was invited to Seattle to test out her baking & cooking skills in Miele’s new Combi-Steam Oven. Galettes were involved. So was coffee macchiato. And a trip to Pike Place!!! And do you wonder what’s hiding behind the Combi-Oven control panels?
Are you looking to lose weight? Eat more healthfully? Enjoy a more active life? Replace a bad health habit with a good one? Then you are in one of the 5 Stages of Change people must go through to improve their lives. Which one?
At the recent FitSocial conference, Dr. Carol Torgan shared 6 future health trends. Wonder what poop, probiotics & colitis have in common? Read the future!
Have you ever gone back to visit a place where you used to live? I’ve done that three times this year, including the FitSocial conference in Boulder this past weekend. For me, these are emotional returns. What about you?
Got an idea what the second most powerful thing you can do to improve brain function might be? What factor just moved to the number one spot?
For every minute you walk briskly, you can reap a potential gain of one to seven extra minutes of life! Midlifers especially benefit from putting in at least 150 minutes a week of moderate exercise (such as brisk walking or a cardio class). If you increase your intensity to a strenuous level, you can double the effect.