In May we celebrate Mother’s Day and also National Women’s Health Week. Women’s health needs differ from person to person in many ways. But one nutrient many of us struggle with is calcium.
Living in Hawaii, many of us in some way have either seen or heard about the complications associated with diabetes. With our high diabetes rates, it’s important to know that certain foods can make a major impact on treating or preventing this disease.
June 21, 2016 marks the second annual International Day of Yoga, as proclaimed by the United Nations. It celebrates the timeless practice of yoga and its ability to contribute to the betterment of the world.
On December 11, 2014, the United Nations General Assembly recognized the importance of yoga with its declaration that June 21st be International Day of Yoga.
One of the most fun ways to live a healthy lifestyle is to make sure you’re living an ACTIVE lifestyle. That’s right – exercising and engaging in physical activity doesn’t have to be torture!
“A mother is she who can take the place of all others but whose place no one else can take.”
Mother’s Day is Sunday, May 8th!
March is Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month, addressing a common type of cancer that affects both men and women.
A plant-based diet is well recognized as a health-promoting, disease-fighting eating style for both the mainstream and the health, wellness and medical communities. Many famed leaders of the past and present have embraced a plant-based diet for optimum health and wellness.
One way to keep your heart healthy and protected is by ensuring that you have the right amount of essential fatty acids in your diet, particularly Omega 3’s. They provide many heart protective properties among a host of other benefits.
In 1964, President Lyndon B. Johnson declared February as American Heart Month in order to increase awareness and research of heart disease. That same year, U.S.