3 Daily Habits to Jumpstart your Food-Forward New Year
New habits take time. In fact, repeating something over and over for 21 days is the average duration it takes to create meaningful changes, and for this reason many people fail despite the many new year resolutions to eat better, exercise more, and jump into a different lifestyle.
10 Fitness Tips for the New Year
The New Year has come and passed, and yet another new and potentially exciting year awaits us. Just because it is a new year, that does not mean that you should get rid of your habit of regular exercising. And if you by any chance don’t have this wonderful daily habit yet, this is the year to own
Creating Healthy Foods Habits for the Whole Family
Watching children grow into independent young adults, finding confidence in a career, and learning the many life lessons are just a few of the benefits of growing older. The flipside is that aging can also bring new health challenges. Aches and pains in the morning, tighter fitting clothes, and even type 2 diabetes will strike millions of adults this year alone. While this can be a difficult diagnosis, it doesn’t have to be a devastating one. Instead, it just means that certain food and lifestyle choices may need to change.
Making Teatime a Holiday Tradition
Holiday traditions can serve us well by creating familiarity and festive fun. Tea can be a part of that tradition by hosting a holiday tea party. Sitting together, sipping a delicious, hot tea, and basking in the warmth of friends and family is an excellent way to welcome the holidays.
Counting Down the New Year without Counting Down the Calories
As you head into the new year, you might be looking at goal setting and ways you can live a healthier life. The end of the year is a good time to reflect on the year that has passed and ask what you might do differently. For some, this means looking at their health and asking how they can make better choices in the new year. This can be smart to reflect on at the end of the year as long as it doesn’t add to the holiday stress. The good news is, you can create a new you in the new year with less stress with some of these low-stress new year’s health tips.
7 Ways to Celebrate with Christmas Tea
Don’t we all want to feel your best during the holiday season? With all the delicious temptations that come with holiday festivities, we need something to keep us on track with our health goals. Incorporating tea into your holiday celebrations is a great way to help keep yourself on track and still enjoy yourself with family and friends.
Three (Simple) Diabetic-Friendly Meals That Will Make You A Hero for the Holidays
It can be difficult living with type 1 or type 2 diabetes, but it doesn't mean you should miss out on any of the fun stuff like holiday dinners or family get-togethers. If you're looking for some fantastic (and easy!) recipes that will help keep your blood sugars stable while still tasting delicious, you've come to the right place. Follow these three simple recipes that you can make for yourself or bring to your holiday party to be the hero for everyone.
How to Avoid Weight Gain During the Holidays
Family gatherings, cocktail parties, gift-giving, and receiving. There is a lot to love about the holiday season, but let’s face it… there’s plenty to dislike, too, and weight gain is at the top of that list. Fortunately, with a bit of care, you can set up some winning strategies to avoid overeating or loading up on sugary foods.
Amla Green Hibiscus Tea | Boosting the Power of Herbal Tea
Herbal tea has been used as a herbal remedy for centuries, and it's no wonder why. It is safe, easy to make, delicious, and full of health benefits. But what if you could take the health-boosting power of herbal tea to the next level?