Dealing with problems and crises is more common than most people realize–especially in the family environment. After all, while strangers are often on their best behavior in front of company, family is where we let our guard down and reveal our faults.
Eating healthy can be a challenge at times. Our busy work schedules and hectic evenings barely leave enough time to think about and plan meals.
Are you a vegetarian? If so, you have probably been asked this question multiple times: “What does a vegetarian eat?" What do you answer? Here are some good tips to mention to anyone looking into what adopting a vegetarian diet is really like. Interested, but not yet a vegetarian?
Bacteria are microorganisms that come in different shapes and sizes. Some are round, oval, spiral, or rod-shaped. Some are friendly and help their host, while others are aggressive and pathogenic. Bacteria are different then viruses in that bacteria can live in soil, water, and on plants.
What causes arthritis and how can it be prevented and/or treated?
Fruits and Vegetables are the original fast food. They are packed with fiber, nutrients, and color. In fact, the different colors represent different nutrients and health benefits. Scientist link low fruit and vegetable intake as among the top ten risk factors attributable to early mortality.
There are so many things in this world that can bring fear and sadness. Fear of the dark is a common childhood fear. Among the youth, fear of loneliness or rejection is common. In adulthood, there are fears of failure, worry about economic security, and tension brought on by political wars.
"Drink more water!"
We have heard this statement before, but how does drinking water even help us anyway? And how can we implement drinking water into our day-to-day routines?
Being an intelligent vegetarian means so much more than eliminating animal products from your diet. Last week we discussed harmful ingredients that can sneak into a vegetarian diet. Here are a few more tips on being an intelligent vegetarian.
“Clean eating" has become a popular term in our culture. However, the term often encompasses several processed and packaged foods, including different types of meat substitutes or cleansing drinks.