The summer heat is upon us! During these hot and sweltering days, it’s more important than ever to stay hydrated. When it’s hot outside, we sweat more and the need to replenish fluids is increased. Every single cell of your body needs water to function properly. Here are some easy tips on how to stay hydrated.
Looking for a healthy, easy, and delicious dessert to bring to your Fourth of July celebration! We have you covered. This recipe from Family Fresh Meals could not be simpler or more patriotic!
Avoid jam-packed gyms this new year and try a bodyweight HIIT workout at home! HIIT stands for High Intensity Interval Training. If you are not a fan of sustained steady-state cardio, you will love this workout format. Short “sprints” of exercise followed by rest periods gets your heart working hard. Not only is HIIT fast-paced and more engaging than steady-state cardio, but it allows you to incorporate some strength training into your workouts! Whether you’re trying to burn off some extra holiday goodies or just avoiding the post-New Years gym crowd, you’ll love this challenging workout!
This time of year is a challenge for most health-conscious individuals. Post-holiday weight gain can cause hectic gym crowds, cold weather for some make outside exercise unpleasant, media is saturated with *New Year's Resolutions* and holiday-season indulgences oftentimes last longer than *just* the holidays.
To keep health on your radar despite these obstacles, we’ve put together a list of tips to help you maintain balance and avoid excess stress!
For busy times, one of the easiest ways to save time and get a nutritious dinner on the table is to use the crockpot. To make things even easier, we have derived a handy equation to create ANY crockpot recipe using things you have in your pantry and refrigerator! This equation is great for when you don't want to bother with recipes, and just need to get something in-the-works FAST!
With so much information about nutrition available nowadays, it can be confusing and difficult to understand. That’s why we created a simple guide to eating for better nutrition outlined by a nutritionist. Keep these four key components in mind as you grocery shop and prepare your meals and you will be well on your way to better nutrition!