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Attitude is a powerful thing. And a positive attitude can be life-changing. To maintain a positive attitude, we need positive thinking, right? Even if it is tough to maintain sometimes, a positive attitude is priceless. We cannot argue that our attitude affects our life as well as the lives of those around us.
Are you and your children spending enough time in nature? Or are you stuck indoors or glued to your devices? You could develop Nature Deficit Disorder. It is never too late to get back to nature and nurture your mind and body.
Maintaining a healthy weight is the foundation for long-term health for all ages, but especially for children. If you think your child is overweight, you have a right to be concerned simply because it opens the door to the risk of lifestyle diseases such as as diabetes and heart disease. Here are some tips to talk to your child about being overweight without hurting her feelings and self-esteem and without triggering an eating disorder.
Can a diabetes diet include desserts? The answer is a happy yes, with some adjustments.
While carb counting, managing portion sizes can seem intimidating, everyone who lives with diabetes must set goals and work towards them. Here's what worked for me.
Alzheimer’s disease can be a frightening diagnosis, especially since the disease is not widely understood. Most of us have the shared understanding that Alzheimer’s is an end to normal life, but what isn’t talked about enough is how much an early diagnosis can make living with Alzheimer’s disease easier.
Weight loss. The Holy Grail for most of us. I mean, even if you lose those extra pounds, keeping that ideal weight can be a challenge. Keeping fit means getting enough protein–the building block for lean muscle and burning fat. And there are many foods that will deliver your protein quota. For vegetarians and vegans, this can be through fruits and veggies that can give you the same amount of protein as an egg, namely, 6 grams.