There is plenty of food out there, in the wild, that counts as healthy food. When you really want to get serious about healthy living and healthy eating and you have a little adventure in your blood, you just might want to try a little hunting and gathering. It can be fun and worthwhile. (more…)
The Big Apple is a top travel destination that enjoys the distinct characteristics of all four seasons. Each season offers visitors a host of unique New York sightseeing experiences. In warmer months New Yorkers relish their time outdoors, whether at a beach, or in a park, or on the Hudson. And as the song goes, autumn in New York is “inviting” with colourful displays of fall foliage. Winter in Central Park brings horse-drawn carriage rides, sledding, and ice skating. Check out these activities categorized by season, and plan your travel time in NYC in advance, so you get the best out of each season. (more…)
A vast majority of recovering addicts tend to tell themselves that it is okay to overindulge in sweets and other unhealthy foods while they are in the throws of detox and the beginning stages of sobriety. Unfortunately, this is more of a risk for recovering alcoholics. Alcohol is typically saturated in sugar, so drying out tends to bring about some pretty powerful sugar cravings. (more…)
Not everyone needs supplements. If you’re eating a well-rounded diet and don’t have any digestion or food allergy issues, you are probably getting all of the vitamins and nutrients you need. However, if you can’t eat certain foods, like dairy due to an intolerance, then you may need to take a supplement in order to get the things your body needs for optimal health. (more…)
In some circles, there’s a strong push to help with illnesses and conditions with medication, physical therapy, or psychological counseling. One area that’s often overlooked, though, is simply by choosing the right food to put in your body. Nutrition often isn’t going to be a cure for serious diseases, but it can be a great improvement with more minor issues.