There are days when people wake up in the morning and feel that sharp pain in their knees and this, unfortunately, will dictate what kind of day he will have. Many, especially the elders, have undergone the experience of chronic knee pain which can happen on one or worse, on both of the knees. The… via … Continue reading The Complete Guide to Coping with Chronic Knee Pain — Sharing from Positive Health Wellness
I'm loving this article! I thought I would share this information for it's great food for thought! Enjoy! Wow, some of you are real stars with your war on waste and I will say that with regards to picking up rubbish that we see we do need to be careful. If you signed up for … Continue reading Waste Not! Want Not! Part Five — Shared from Retired? No one told me!
Very interesting read, I highly recommend reading this article. A lot of people have relatives who have been victims of Alzheimer’s disease. A great percentage of those who suffer the affliction are those who are 65 of age and above. It often becomes a burden to the children who have to give special care to … Continue reading Everything You Need To Know About Preventing Alzheimer’s Disease — Shared from: Positive Health Wellness
I often use a Neti Pot and find it to be a very useful for fighting a sinus infection or even preventing one. The following article is very informative. Enjoy! If you’re an avid surfer and have experienced having cold seawater get into your nasal passage during rough surf, then you know that the experience … Continue reading The Complete Guide to Using Neti Pots Safely- Shared from Positive Health Wellness
Sharing this interesting read on processed foods. Enoy! Welcome, I hope you all had a lovely weekend and the weather was kind to you…It is certainly a little colder here at night and in the mornings. This week and over the next few weeks I will be looking at processed food and exactly what it … Continue reading What is the definition of Processed Food? Shared from: Retired? No one told me!
Here is a very interesting read about organic produce and the reduction of cancer. While I'm a bit skeptical about how organic the organic produce section truly is, I am definitly a believer in purchasing from the farmer's market directly from the farmer. I recommend reading this article; it's quite informative. There has been a … Continue reading Food in the News – Organic produce and reduction in Cancer rates- Sharing this article from the — Smorgasbord Blog Magazine
Today I’m sharing a Meatless Meal that is so good you will absolutely not miss the meat! This Vegetarian Chili is so hearty and delicious you’ll be craving seconds…With all the fresh produce of summer now is the best time to make this yummy chili…Top it off with a touch of fresh cilantro, some cheddar […] … Continue reading Vegetarian Chili Recipe, Shared from— Fabulous Fare Sisters
It's really worth checking out this infographic bottled water vs tap water. Why do humans only check out the facts after? If we could only learn to check things out beforehand, we could prevent so many problems. Bottled water is a booming industry, and its sales continue to grow. In the US alone, 97 billion … Continue reading Tap Water vs Bottled Water -Shared from [Infographic] — ecogreenlove
Since laughing is an important part of being healthy, we are adding a bit of laughter in your life by sharing with you this funny post by Smorgash Laughter Lines. I hope you enjoy it! Have a great laugh! Sometimes the marketing department of the largest companies go off half cooked! Here are some epic … Continue reading Have a Laugh, it’s healthy! Lost in Translation – Sometimes Advertisers Bloop — Shared from Laughter Lines, Smorgasbord Blog Magazine
10 awesome, overnight oat recipes (keep these recipes handy), prepare ahead of time and start off your day with a healthy breakfast! shared from " egogreenlove." Overnight oats are super versatile, and can be combined with an endless number of ingredients and toppings to cater to any palate. Take a look at these 10 tasty … Continue reading Healthy Overnight Oats Recipes -Sharing from [Infographic] — ecogreenlove