Category Archives: Women’s Health

Women’s Health

Pregnancy and Nutrition

Although everyone needs the same nutrients, the amounts we need change as our lives change. This message is for all women of childbearing age, mothers-to-be, and growing families everywhere. We will discuss perhaps the three most important phases of nutrient requirements that determine an individuals lifelong health and nutrition status; Pregnancy, lactation, and infancy. Continue reading

Summer Beauty from the Inside Out

Summertime is the time of year when it feels good to get out the bathing suit and go swimming with friends and family. Fun in the sun is great, but don’t forget to wear your sunscreen. It’s all about looking your best during the hot summer months. However, all of that sun and hot weather can really take it’s toll on your skin and hair! Everyone, including men, women, and children should know these summer beauty basics to keep looking their best. Continue reading

Hormones, Aging, and Your Health

Hormones are an essential part of your good health. These chemical messengers travel in the bloodstream, regulating bodily function. 1 Hormones regulate your metabolism, sexual function, growth, development, mood and, ability to reproduce. 1 Therefore, it seems like hormones are a very important part of your overall health and well-being. By now you might be wondering: how do I know that I have the right amount of hormones necessary for good health? Keep reading to find out. Continue reading

How to Keep Your Brain Healthy

Most people know that exercise helps keep a person physically fit, but what can be done to keep the brain healthy? These answers may not be as easy to find. And what about the development of the brain in the early years of life? How important is this? Finally, what can be done to keep the brain in good health as we get older? This is your guide to a healthy brain for a healthier life. Continue reading

How to Keep Your Joints Healthy

Pain is not fun! Anyone with joint pain, stiffness and inflammation would agree. Joint pain keeps you from doing the things that you want to; stealing away your quality of life. So it’s no secret that taking care of your joints is important, especially if your are over the age of 45. This is your guide to healthy joints for a better life. Continue reading