Daily Archive: Thursday, September 21, 2017

This No-Equipment Workout Is Crucial To Getting Stronger. Here’s How To Do It

When it comes to getting stronger, it’s hard to argue with the powers of HIIT. Because it’s a combination of strength, endurance, and heart-pumping cardio exercises, you’d be hard-pressed to find another form of exercise that gives you a full-body workout in such a short period of time.

If You Have One Of These 5 Symptoms, You Might Have Early Heart Disease

You have erectile dysfunction (ED). Men have a built-in warning system for silent CHD. When achieving an erection is difficult or impossible, it can be a sign of clogged arteries in the pelvis that presents before a heart attack hits. There are, on average, three to five years between

How To Use Exercise To Balance Your Blood Sugar: A Health Coach Explains

If you think you only have to be concerned with your blood sugar if you’re a diabetic, think again. As a type 1 diabetic of 17 years and a diabetic health coach, I can tell you that yes—keeping your blood sugar in check as a diabetic is crucial for

The 4 Yoga Poses You Need To Practice Every Day This Fall

Fall is a time to ground down, look inward, and hit the reset button after the craziness of summer. As the weather cools down and the leaves transition to bright hues of yellow and orange, I’ve been craving hearty veggie stews, lovingkindness meditations, and yoga moves that help

Is Intermittent Fasting Bad For Your Hormones? These Are The Pros & Cons

The research surrounding intermittent fasting (IF) is super exciting; it’s been shown to increase autophagy (also known as cellular repair), decrease inflammation, and heal the gut. Sounds awesome, right? Intermittent fasting is one of my favorite tools, and I recommend it to many of the patients at my functional medicine

How To Adjust Your Skin Care Routine To Deal With Pollution

Air pollution—largely caused by the burning of fossil fuels—has been shown to cause heart and lung damage, asthma, and even increased rates of depression in kids. And, on a slightly more vain but nevertheless concerning note, it’s messing with our complexion. The pollution-skin connection. Chemicals in dirty air—organic compounds