Tag: Health

The most carefully planned holiday, business trip or expedition may be ruined by illness, much of which is pre­ventable. It is logical to put as much effort into protecting your health while abroad as you have into planning your itinerary and obtaining the necessary equipment and travel papers.

Unfortunately, it is not in the best commercial interests of travel companies to emphasise the possible health hazards of destinations that are being sold to potential customers: most holiday brochures limit health warnings to the minimum legal requirements, and some travel agents are woefully ignorant of the dangers of travel to more exotic climates. Our doctor recently treated a travel agent for life-threatening malaria caught on the Kenyan coast. He had not taken malaria prophylaxis, despite the long and widespread recognition of the dangers of malaria in this area.

Happily, travellers’ health problems are usually more mun­dane. Fatigue from overwork before a business trip or much-needed holiday, the stress of travel itself, exposure to new climates and over-indulgence in rich food, alcohol and tobacco, all contribute to increased vulnerability to illness. Short-lived episodes of diarrhoea affect up to 50 per cent of travellers, and up to one fifth of tourists on some Mediterranean package holi­days will have mild respiratory problems such as head colds, ‘flu-like illnesses or, rarely, more severe pneumonias such as Legionnaires’ disease.

Sunburn or heat exhaustion are common, and accidents associated with unfamiliar sports such as skiing are an obvious hazard. But the most common cause of death among expatri­ates is road traffic accidents, and not exotic infections.

It is sensible to get yourself organised well before you travel and the following pre travel health check-list might be useful. Starting three months before you travel, consult your family doctor and specialist agencies, as necessary, to obtain information about specific health problems at your destinations. You need to consider your own and any travelling companions current health, medical and dental fitness for travel and current medications. You must get adequate health insurance. Plan and obtain necessary immunisations and malaria pro­phylaxis. Plan and obtain other medications, first aid items,and any necessary documentation. Consider whether you should attend a first-aid training course if you are going on an expedition.

When travelling outside Europe, it is wise to obtain informa­tion about compulsory immunisation requirements from the appropriate Embassy, Consulate or High Commission of each country that you plan to visit. However, do not expect their per­sonnel to be able to give you general medical advice, and their information is not always as up to date as it should be. British travellers to exotic locations should also consult their District Public Health Department or one of the centres of specific ex­pertise for the latest information on im­munisation requirements and malaria prophylaxis.

Source by Ian SG Smith

Do we really need another nature poster in our life? Probably. The fact is, many of us work in offices, or an environment that’s not overly natural, whereas a fortunate few of us do have an office set up in a natural setting.

And my guess is, that’s what a lot of us are aiming for. Somewhere in our dreams of how we see our life unfolding, we hold mental pictures of us in nature or in a natural environment. This might be a farm, or even indoor garden, anywhere where we can get that necessary direct contact with nature.

But how can a nature poster help us?

More and more, research is pointing to the value of direct contact with nature, informing us that it leads to increased mental health and psychological development and explains why city-dwellers have such an attraction for nature.

Cities have their place. And when we get out of the city we can appreciate nature even more. Nature allows us to free up our senses more, reduce stress, relax and enjoy the tranquility of it all.

I feel inspired when I look at a nature poster…

That’s right. Research shows that a window view of nature (rather than a built environment)… improves work performance in job settings, and increases job satisfaction. (This may also help explain the predominance of posters and picture calendars with nature scenes on walls of windowless office cubicles).

So there you have it. And of course, a nature poster is often very beautiful to look at, so that’s a positive aspect. We can’t all be hanging out in national parks or on Antartic ice caps or on the top of Mount Kilamanjaro. There’s just too many of us! For most of us, the concept of doing such a thing is way too big anyway.

So next best is to get a visual picture of what we know exists, what we often find to be profound and truly amazing. Viewing a nature poster bring us back to a humble, awe like state where often we can grasp an appreciation for just how magnificent and incredible we are, and nature is. In fact, it’s one and the same, but that’s another story.

Nature experiences increase fascination, intrinsic interest, and enjoyment. The wilderness inspires feelings of awe and wonder… individuals feel better acquainted with their own thoughts and feelings, and they feel ‘different’ in some way — calmer, at peace with themselves, ‘more beautiful on the inside and unstifled.’

So where were we? Ah that’s right, nature posters. For a moment then, I was completely zoned out in some beautiful, misty zen Japanese garden! You can’t get too much of this stuff. Obviously we all need it, and it’s a part of us. A nature poster gives us the ability to connect, to go there, to travel to a place of wonder and beauty.

I know, it’s just a poster. But surely if it moves us in some way, be it just briefly, it can motivate us to move towards our dreams and realization of our goals. A nature poster is certainly inspiring. How many times have you heard yourself saying wow I want to do that or I want to go there?

And you can, if you really want to! And just think – we see in pictures. So by looking at a nature poster maybe you can imagine, or see yourself in a similar environment, or doing something you’ve always wanted to do.

Or of course just enjoy the sheer pleasure of the moment!

Have fun. And when you come back, tell me.

Source by Martin Hurley

In this fast-paced western society we are constantly connected and available 247, we have information flowing into us on a daily basis and there’s an increasing expectation for us to respond instantly. Given all of this, there a growing need for us to be operating or functioning in terms of our mental health not just at ‘normal’ or ‘acceptable’ levels, but ‘optimal’ levels.

Optimal means we are functioning at the highest levels mentally, emotionally, physically and spiritually, such that we’re able to cope well with the demands of life. If we are operating at sub-optimal level, it’s much harder for us to perform even the basic of life’s functions.

So how do we ensure our health and wellbeing levels are what they should be?

One key contributory factor for long-term mental health and wellness is to ensure we have 7-9 hours of good quality sleep per night.

Repair

Sleep repairs the body. This has a positive knock-on effect to how you function cognitively the next and following days. When we sleep, we sleep in cycles of 60-90 minutes. During that time we oscillate between deep (so-called delta) sleep where the body repairs itself and the lighter REM sleep.

Recall

REM (rapid-eye-movement) sleep, or lighter sleep, moves information from your short-term memory to your long-term memory. This helps you to better recall information you absorb on a daily basis. It is during this REM phase of sleep that your eyes move rapidly from side to side (hence the name) and that you dream.

Rhythm

Getting to bed at the right time (ideally 10pm) and getting the right amount of sleep every night keeps your circadian rhythm in check. Your circadian rhythm is your natural body clock that gives you signals when it’s time for you to sleep and when it’s time for you to wake up. Working shift patterns (especially night shifts) can knock this out of balance which can have major consequences not only for your mental and physical health but also for your gut health.

Lack of good quality sleep means that instead of being fully awake and energised during the day, you may find yourself sleepy, sluggish and unable to focus for any significant length of time. In addition, when you’re in bed at night you may feel ‘tired and wired’ (meaning your body is physically tired, but your mind is wide awake and you’re therefore unable to sleep).

Melatonin, the hormone that prepares your body for sleep, and serotonin (your awake hormone) need to be in balance for you to function at your best in the day. This means melatonin kicks in naturally from around 9pm (to help you sleep) until about 7am when serotonin is released to take you through the day. When this melatonin, serotonin cycle is in balance you are fully awake during the day and sleepy at night (when you should be). This in turn means you get a better night’s sleep.

Immune Booster

So never underestimate the power of sleep if you value your health and wellbeing. Good quality sleep not only helps us function more effectively, it also boosts our immune system, helping us to stave off viruses and other infections that we would more easily catch with an inferior level and quality of sleep.

Sleep is therefore one of the fundamental pillars of amazing health and wellbeing. Without it we may over time find ourselves not only operating under par but opening ourselves up to chronic exhaustive conditions such as ME, chronic fatigue syndrome, or fibromyalgia. These conditions can be debilitating and could, if not kept in check, leave us either bed bound or wheelchair bound.

So a key way to look after your mental health over the long term is to ensure that you not only get your 7-9 hours but that you ensure that you go to bed at the right time to increase your chances of getting a much better night’s sleep.

Source by Carmen Gilfillan

This article was originally submitted for publication on August 9, 2010 and has since been updated and revised as additional information on BPA could be verified.

Take the number one and double it. Now take the number two and double it. And with the number four you now have the easy to remember formula to your “possible” good health. But not so fast. These three numbers, one, two and four, so-called “resin identification code” numbers found within the ubiquitous triangle on most, not all, plastic pieces were the brainchild of the Society of the Plastics Industry (SPI) in 1988 for the environmental purpose of recycling. They stand in contrast to the numbers three, five, six and seven and what makes these three numbers “safe numbers” is their lack of the toxic chemical Bisphenol A, (BPA for short), which is inherent in the remaining four numbers.

BPA, a synthetic estrogen having industrial and dental applications, is the chemical that has been shown to leach into food including baby foods and formulas from BPA plastics and cans that are lined with BPA. This writer will not pretend to offer expertise on the subject. I have none. However, the Centers For Disease Control (CDC) and the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), as of this writing, each post online over 300 technical entries on BPA. I’m sure other federal agencies may also address this serious matter of public health concern. The most comprehensive non-technical reporting on Bisphenol A is provided by the donation funded Environmental Working Group (EWG.org) and the search engine of the Center For Science In the Public Interest (CSPINET.org) also provides topics of concern on Bisphenol A while maverick physicians like Joseph Mercola, D.O. (mercola.com) openly discuss online the hazards posed by BPA.

In a random, non-scientific inquiry I inventoried my own home only to discover shocking results. Naturally my first inclination was to inventory any type of plastic that was even remotely connected to foods and beverages. Real old plastic containers used for food leftovers, like Rubbermaid for instance, understandably lack the numbered triangle. Instead, some pieces may have a number within a circle, the meaning of which is unknown. On to the post 1988 products and my first, and somewhat surprising item, is a Styrofoam carton housing a dozen eggs which bears the number six (6), a BPA-containing carton. I can’t help but wonder if somehow this toxic chemical can permeate a porous eggshell barrier over a given period of time so my egg purchases today come in sturdy cardboard cartons that have no possible adverse effects on eggs and are very safe to recycle.

From an egg carton I move on to the colorless plastic bottles used for juices such as Tropicana. I have several of these, different brands and sizes. I routinely use them to refrigerate filtered tap water and they all seem to have the number one (1), but I’m dismayed when, under magnification, I examine their hard, colored plastic bottle caps but find no resin identification codes. I force myself to avoid speculation.

I have two food containing tubs in the fridge, a Kraft Philadelphia Whipped Cream Cheese, a must for my customary lox and bagel breakfast, and Stonyfield’s Oikos Organic Greek (nonfat) Yogurt, my occasional health food lunch. They bear the numbers seven (7) and five (5) respectively and I’m too miffed to check the lids!

Over the years I somehow managed to accumulate those hard plastic water bottles with company logos that conveniently rest in automobile cup holders and often contain hot beverages. Now alarm sets in. All but two “safe” bottles, from the National Medical Association and G. H. Bass Clothing, bear the number five (5), but two findings compound the problem. None of the plastic caps have resin identification codes and all were manufactured in China, which notoriously manufactures merchandise having lead based paint. Add hot coffee, tea or other hot beverage to these vessels and the resulting chemical interaction could conceivably be harmful, even toxic, to a chemical sensitive person.

So it’s off to the fast food joints but only to check the take-out beverage fountain cups, not the Styrofoam food containing dishes. None of these cups can be used …

Health and fitness starts with a conscious choice, and the best place to start is… well, at the beginning!

In our aging society physical fitness is playing a major role in keeping people healthy. There are numerous fitness programs that are available to people. The main thing to consider with any program is to have a balance between nutrition and exercise.

Each physical fitness program claims to be the best. Not all programs are right for everyone. You do need to check with your physician to see which fitness program is best for you and your goals. Each person should develop goals that they want to achieve and review them with their physician. Keep your goals in mind as you are joining a fitness program.

Getting involved in a fitness routine does not mean that you need to spend money by joining a gym or purchasing equipment. There are many pieces of equipment that will improve your physical well being, but you can also achieve this without making purchases. Some people do find that purchasing equipment or fitness tapes are a way to motivate them to start using muscles that may need extra conditioning or to get started exercising. A variety of activities help keep you motivated with your quest for getting into shape. A variety of different exercises also help to condition all muscle groups. It is important to start out any exercise routine by stretching. This will help to avoid muscle strain and injury. A physical activity can be as simple as walking around the neighborhood, or biking on your favorite trail. By choosing to walk to do some of your errands or by parking further away from the door you can incorporate exercise into your routine without adding extra time.

Many of us just don’t have time to go to the gym, our busy lives just don’t allow for the extra drive time or the time spent waiting in line to use equipment, or other facilities. It is also impossible for many of us to attend scheduled classes on a regular basis because of family and work obligations. Even if you could make the scheduled class time, the classes might be full when you get there. Pre-registration isn’t always an option, so why not simplify your life by doing your own thing on your own time, not some one else’s thing on their time.

There are many other alternatives for starting or maintaining a fitness program, one of them is online fitness. If you want to get in shape but aren’t sure where to start, then why not check out online fitness? Many people need guidance and advice when developing a diet plan and exercise routine to lose extra pounds and incorporate a healthier diet into their lifestyle. Online fitness provides a number of options from meal planning to personal fitness training, and is very popular as people try to incorporate fitness into their busy daily schedules. Professional dieticians and personal trainers can be consulted to develop a fitness plan specifically for your individual needs, via online communication for a specified fee. Most online fitness sites offer personalized services specifically for everyone’s individual fitness needs. Exercise routines can be developed to work specific parts of the body that may need extra attention that can be incorporated into a total fitness work out.

It is true that online fitness isn’t going to work for everyone. You must be motivated and incorporate the new diet and fitness plan into your daily routine and make a commitment to getting the results you want. Online fitness is there to guide anyone who wants to make a change in their life for the better, to make better choices that will affect their long-term health in a positive way. Check out any number of online fitness sites to get a feel for what is available and what will or won’t work for you. Registration and a membership fee may be required, in addition to other fees for continued support, personal training, and coaching.

As mentioned previously nutrition plays a key role in physical fitness. Eating healthy meals helps with fitness in a number of ways. The right foods give you energy to keep …

Most Indians have close encounters of the culinary kind with Fenugreek or methi seeds very early in life. These seeds are remarkably bitter and have a marvellous aroma when roasted or fried in a little oil.

How did we start using these seeds, bitter as they are?

Fenugreek down history lane

Apparently, in the 1st century AD, the Romans flavoured wine with fenugreek. The use of fenugreek /methi in India is probably older than history itself; the leaves and the seeds of the herb are well entrenched in Indian cuisines from all parts of the country.

In West Bengal, for instance, methi seeds are used as ‘paanch phoron,’ one of five spices that are used to temper dishes. In fact, the aroma of these little mustard-coloured cuboids makes them a popular choice for the tempering of dals and chutneys. Methi seeds are also used whole or powdered in sambar powder in South India, and pickles in all parts of India.

Modern miracle seed

Fenugreek seeds were always around in Indian kitchens and traditional medicine cabinets. But in recent times, there has been a steady stream of information about the health benefits of fenugreek seeds as many people have ‘adopted’ this seed and reaped health benefits.

The most popular way of consuming fenugreek seeds is to boil them in water. This softens the seeds and releases their nutrients. It also reduces their extreme bitterness so that they are easier to chew and swallow. This requires a little getting used, of course, but the benefits far outstrip the initial distaste.

Fenugreek in water

Soaking fenugreek in water is recommended because it has water soluble minerals and fibre.

There are two ways to make methi/fenugreek water:

Soak 2 tablespoons of fenugreek seeds in 2 glasses, about 400ml, of water overnight.

Put 2 tablespoons of fenugreek seeds in a flask at bedtime. Add 2 glasses of boiling water into the flask. Screw on the lid. Let the seeds soak the whole night. Drink the water first thing in the morning. Chew up the seeds and swallow.

The second method is convenient and healthier. Of course, the seeds are bitter, but you will get used to it. After all, coffee and tea are bitter too; yet we drink them with devotion!

Health benefits of drinking ‘fenugreek water’:

Very beneficial to people with diabetes: Fenugreek encourages the slower absorption of sugars and also stimulates insulin. Diabetics and people on the borderline of diabetes will reap many benefits in drinking warm fenugreek water. Fenugreek seeds can also be powdered and added to dishes like idlis and dosas.

Aids digestion: Fenugreek seeds have mucilage, and the soaking process makes them mucilaginous. They coat and soothe the stomach and intestines. This property also makes fenugreek seeds a good choice for helping patients with acid reflux.

The water soluble fibre in fenugreek helps to relieve constipation.

Because of their anti-inflammatory properties, fenugreek seeds and water have been successfully incorporated into diets to treat ulcerative colitis.

Advantageous to kidney health: Fenugreek water, especially when drunk warm, flushes out the toxins from the body. That is why it is recommended as your wake-up elixir. It helps the kidneys to function and also reduces the risk of kidney stones.

Good for clear skin: Beautiful skin is never just skin-deep! Since fenugreek water aids in digestion and the flushing of toxins, it’s great for shiny, healthful, blemish-free skin. This is the beauty secret of the savvy few. Try it and join the club.

Slimming with this ‘magic water’: Experts recommend two glasses of warm fenugreek water to prevent water retention in the body. So, no bloating! Fenugreek also suppresses the appetite. In fact, dieticians recommend drinking this magic potion at least twice a day.

Anti-inflammatory: Because of the anti-inflammatory properties of fenugreek, this decoction benefits sufferer from arthritis, chronic coughs, bronchitis, mouth ulcers, boils, etc.

Keeps your heart beating: This is the reason why chewing and swallowing the fenugreek seeds is recommended in addition to drinking the water. Fenugreek reduces the risk of cardio-vascular disease by controlling LDL cholesterol.

Fenugreek seeds are a woman’s good friend: Fenugreek contains diosgenin which helps decrease menstrual cramps and increase the flow of milk in lactating mothers.

How …

Free Affordable Florida Health Insurance Quote Online

Affordable health insurance is becoming harder and harder to find, but if you are willing to do your homework and comparison-shop you should be able to find something that meets your needs. Getting quotes that compare the different types of insurance is easy when you use an online health insurance website. An insurance quote website will quickly sort through the various companies and policies to give you the lowest quotes possible.

Florida health insurance plans

Before you get quotes on health insurance make sure you know what you are looking for, because there are different types of health care policies

  • A Health Maintenance Organization (HMO) is a group of health care providers who agree to provide care for patients at a flat rate for a period of time. The provider becomes the gatekeeper in keeping costs down and under the flat rate, so that the provider can get a profit while still providing good care. And you the patient get the benefits of a lower premium. HMOs are typically good for health promotion and disease prevention, so if you are a young person or a young family, this may be a good option for you. Often baby checks or yearly physicals are at little or no cost to you. You have little flexibility to see other providers unless your primary provider makes a referral, but these plans can be the least expensive.
  • A Preferred Provider Organization (PPO) is a group of health care providers that contract with the insurance company to provide care at a specific reduced fee. The provider gets the benefit of having a captive patient load, and the patient gets the benefit of lower health care costs. If you need to see a provider who is not in the PPO network, then the cost to you is generally higher. These types of policies have a little more flexibility and will usually cost a little more.
  • A Point of Service (POS) policy assigns you a primary care provider that you can see at a lower cost, and allows you the flexibility to see someone outside the network at a higher price, usually 20% of the bill. These types of policies generally cost more than either an HMO or a PPO. Once you have considered all the various options available in health insurance, do some comparison-shopping. An on-line heath insurance website can provide you with several free quotes to consider. You can find a policy that is a balance of what you want and what you can afford.

Affordable Florida Health Insurance Plans Online

One of the best ways to get affordable health insurance quotes is to go to a free insurance quote website. There you can get competitive price quotes from up to 5 health insurance providers so you can compare plans and prices. After you have your quotes, you can look closely at the policies and decide which one is the best for you.

Source by Jim Westin

Any time you are setting goals to improve your health and wealth, there are five steps that are crucial to your success. People can and do have success without implementing these steps, but I have found that kind of success to be random and sporadic. If you want sustained success and a happier life you must take what has been sporadic and make it systematic.

1. Identify WHAT you want – start with the end in mind and have a very clear picture of what you want. For example, if you want $1 million in net worth that would be the end in mind.

2. Decide WHEN you want it – without a time frame there is no way to tell if you are on track. The time frame has to be realistic. If you want $ 1 million in net worth within one year’s time and you currently have a $50,000 net worth, that may not be realistic.

3. Determine HOW you will accomplish it – every plan needs a strategy and tactics for it’s accomplishment. You must be able to determine through manageable steps whether you are on track or not. If your goal of $ 1 million in net worth is a 10 year goal and in the first three years you increase your net worth to $150,000 is that enough. Based on the HOW is that enough to get you there.

4. Now ask the question, WHY do I want this? – Too often the WHY question is never answered. Without the why, your wealth goal may just be a dream.

5. Do it now! – I am sure you have heard that before, but it bears repeating. Any plan to increase your net worth or improve your health is worthless unless you take immediate action.

Now, once you completed these steps you can repeat them as necessary. Don’t forget to review your overall goal and the steps you have committed to regularly. Then you can monitor your progress and make adjustments to the plan as necessary.

To your health and wealth.

Gregg

Source by Gregg Goodmanson

Introduction

Generally health magazines teach the public about the health issues in simple and clean language. It is no different in India. Most health magazines cover a range of topics that are relevant to the practitioners and public alike. They give valuable inputs to laymen so that they can lead a healthy life. Hence, there are many takers for this in the printing industry. That is why other magazines have devoted some space for printing matter related to health and medicine. Well-known health magazines generally present the viewpoints and suggestions of reputed medical practitioners in various specialties for the consumption of patients, their relatives and the other people in the society. There are magazines that get published in local vernacular languages such as Malayalam, Tamil, Marathi, Bengali, etc. Generally, the health magazines in vernacular languages have higher subscription rates when compared to those published in English language. Anyhow, we would be discussing in this article top health magazines published in English language as they have wider audience, including those from across the country and from abroad.

Health Magazines in India

They generally cover a lot of topics that range from personal healthcare to latest advances in medical sciences. They also discuss the implications of these advances from the perspective of the society so that ordinary mortals can easily understand them. They also give well-founded perspective on healthcare available in India for variety of disease conditions that are prevalent in India. They also talk about the best practices available at hospitals to mitigate the sufferings of people. Certain magazines also offer personalized wellness and nutrition information to its customers. You can find a number of quite popular magazines published in local vernacular languages as well.

Top Health Magazines

This listing may change with the passage of time. Again, the parameters used for judging the magazines may differ in each year. Hence, one cannot expect the same order in the list for the next year. We can expect new additions or deletions in the new list. The list is prepared based on the inputs from different stakeholders in the industry. In this article, we would be listing 10 best health magazines that have a large number of subscriptions in India.

1. Complete Wellbeing Magazine

2. Apollo Life Magazine

3. Be Positive Magazine

4. Arogya Mangalam Magazine

5. CIMS Magazine

6. Dental Events Magazine

7. Clinical Dentistry Magazine

8. Clean and Hygiene Review

9. Archives of International Medicine Magazine

10. Ayurvedic Drug Index

Source by Balakrishnan Lekshminarayanan

Health and fitness news is playing a major role in every person's life. Right from news papers to morning news in television channels, all of them are constituting some space for health and fitness news. Focus on improving the living standards and creating awareness among masses, is on the raise.

Physical fitness and healthy living are closely connected. The secret to staying alive for long is to be physically fit. As a child most of us would have indulged in any form of sport and taken care of our physical fitness. As we grow older, the tendency of being physically active, gradually decreases. When you are constantly being exposed to health and fitness news through various medium, at least once you might consider taking physical fitness seriously.

The best way to maintain good health is by making exercising a permanent part of your life and being aware of what is right to eat. Health and Fitness news bridges the gap and spreads awareness among common public, as to what is right to eat and what not to eat. They bring to light certain facts which we might not have been aware of, till date.

These days you need not have to stick to the boring fitness routine, if you are looking for some adrenaline rush along with improving your physical fitness, then once in a while, try your hand at extreme sports such as white water rafting, rock climbing, water skiing, sky diving, mountain bike riding, skate boarding, etc. But make sure you have an expert guidance available, as these sports are extremely risky too and never forget to wear safety equipment such as helmets, gloves, elbow guards, etc.

Some of the television shows or health magazines, focusing on delivering health and fitness news, show you some new methods or techniques of working out, try them and may be you will stick to them for life. They not only focus on improving physical fitness but also let you know how to be cautious and how to avoid getting injured.

If you do not wish to do rigorous fitness training, then try out yoga, most of the health and fitness news have said that yoga is good not only for physical fitness but for mental fitness and peace too. Try learning yoga under the guidance of an instructor and see how relaxing it can be. Practicing yoga on a regular basis not only strengthens you mentally but also gives your body a great flexibility.

With the advertising media creating colorful ads, which attract you to unhealthy foods, on the rise and the number of individuals spending sedentary life on the rise too, it is time, we start focusing on improving our physical fitness and eating right.

Why not take the advantage of the health and fitness news brought to us through various mediums and work wonders. Eating nutritious food, staying physically active and avoiding stress are the key factors that decide how healthy we are. Health is wealth, as the old saying goes !!!

Source by David Patullo

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