Category Physical Health
Even this last year new research has shown the negative effects of sugar consumption. It turns out that sugar is the culprit.
There is one habit I’d like to see women, especially single moms, change. I wish more moms would take better care of themselves.
Do you have to be made to rest? Or do you have to become ill before you will rest?
Are you trying to eat healthier, but find yourself running out of time? It can be done, with just a little planning. Here are my top tips for eating well when you’re short on time.
Even though we are always looking for ways to decrease our food budget, maybe it’s time to pay closer attention to the quality as well. As we choose foods that are delicious, satisfying, and nutritious, we are showing respect for our bodies, the people who grow our food, and the people who make our food.
The Mayo Clinic explains, “Excess iron is stored in your organs, especially your liver, heart and pancreas. Too much iron can lead to life-threatening conditions, such as liver disease, heart problems and diabetes.”
One of the lessons I’ve learned over many years is to not eat the whole enchilada at once. Baby steps have there advantages. You may not reach your destination quickly but you will be going in the right direction.
My plan for this year is to offer guidance in three basic areas: Mental Health, Physical Health and Spiritual Health with a few random topics thrown in on occasion. I hope that you will share my blog with your friends to expand my reach to inspire women.