Archive for June, 2011

Flexible Horse Stall Flooring Can Be Healthier And Safer

Thursday, June 30th, 2011
When they are not enjoying the good green grass of summer, many horses spend a good deal of their time in a barn. Even though they are large animals, many have sensitive health issues regarding their legs and hooves. Traditional horse stall flooring is usually porous, and designed to drain, and many owners today augment that flooring with comfortable Read The Post [...]

Weight Loss Hypnosis – Persuading Yourself to Lose Weight

Thursday, June 30th, 2011
Copyright © 2011 Joe Maldonado In today's health market, there are a lot of options that people could choose in their quest to losing their extra weight. In fact, there are popular diets that you could eat to lose weight. Boot camps where rigid exercises regimen was implemented are also available. There are also diet pills that only mask the feeling Read The Post [...]

Health & Wellness: Paint By Numbers

Thursday, June 30th, 2011
Have you ever noticed how focused much of the health and wellness industry seems to be these days on numbers? This is a "good" number while that is a "bad" number, we're told. We are bombarded with numbers in the news, on television, from magazine articles, newspapers, health publications in print and online…numbers, numbers and more numbers. For Read The Post [...]

The True Tips To Lose Weight Fast And Safe

Thursday, June 30th, 2011
Most people often wonder how some people lose weight fast and safe. Weight loss has, for years, been regarded as an ancient mystery that only certain people are able to achieve. Many will tell you that the mystery to lose weight fast and safe simply involves an easy formula of consuming less calories than you burn through daily routine and exercise. Read The Post [...]

Exercise Programs The Whole Family Can Have Fun With

Thursday, June 30th, 2011
Getting the right amount of exercise each day is very helpful when it comes to maintaining your weight, health, and overall well-being. Once you get enough exercise you always seem to feel better. Unfortunately, it is often a challenging task to put some exercise into your schedule if you are already busy. By exercising together as a family, you will Read The Post [...]

Energy Medicine And The Science Of Far Infrared Technology – Part 2

Thursday, June 30th, 2011
What contributes to the uniqueness of infrared light? A form of electromagnetic radiation, infrared rays deliver considerably greater heat than ordinary visible light. More penetrating too, they're the source of many practical applications. Also, infrared light is further categorized according to wavelength measurement. Such measurement of waves emanating Read The Post [...]

Yeast Intolerance – Foods You Have To Avoid!

Thursday, June 30th, 2011
Are you yeast intolerant? Don't know what that is? Well, an intolerance to yeast is when an individuals body has a negative reaction to any types of items that contain yeast. For a better understanding of what candida is it's the fungus used in the production of a wide variety of food items and beverages most individuals have on a daily basis. An intolerance Read The Post [...]

Eggs May Not Be As Bad For Your Cholesterol Levels As You Thought

Wednesday, June 29th, 2011
For years eggs have gotten a bad reputation. They've been blamed for high cholesterol and have been put on the 'do not eat' list for anyone wanting to lower bad cholesterol. Nonetheless, recent reports and a better understanding of cholesterol is making many experts and doctors question this old way of thinking. Taking a look at a whole egg, it is Read The Post [...]

The Many Benefits of Zinc

Wednesday, June 29th, 2011
Zinc supplements became popular after some studies showed they can reduce the length and severity of the common cold. But zinc does so much more than fight respiratory viruses; it's involved in over 100 different reactions in the body. What is the importance of zinc, and how much do you need in your diet? Benefits of Zinc: It's a Very Active Mineral Read The Post [...]

Shoveling Cookies Into Your Mouth? – The Key To Identifying And Handling Cravings

Wednesday, June 29th, 2011
Copyright © 2011 Monica Shah This past weekend I did an amazing workshop on how to become a better facilitator. The workshop was intense, 10 hours on Saturday and 9 hours on Sunday. Late Sunday afternoon, they put out a tray of warm, homemade chocolate chip cookies. Before I knew it, I had shoveled four of them into my mouth. By the fourth cookie Read The Post [...]