November is National Diabetes Month - a perfect reminder to take stock of your health and fitness, evaluate your risk of diabetes, and make sure you are doing everything you can to prevent this potentially devastating disease.
You know that dropping extra pounds and maintaining a healthy weight as an adult reduces your risk of heart disease, diabetes, and cancer. So, you exercise regularly, and you follow a healthy eating plan with just the right number of calories.
Stress and boredom can leave you craving foods that are less than ideal - but the reverse is also true. Find out our top 5 mood boosting foods.
How do you feel after you’ve just completed a tough full body workout? Chances are, your senses are heightened, your mood is up, and your energy level is through the roof. You feel like you could conquer the world! That’s a feeling you should be looking forward to regularly, whether it’s three times a week at Curves ladies only gym or every other day walking in your neighborhood.
Not interested in going meatless? No problem. Simply eating more fruits and vegetables will help boost your health and lengthen your life.
Make no bones about it—osteoporosis is a serious health issue. Roughly one in every two women over the age of 50 will break a bone because of this disease.
Whether you want to lose weight, get stronger, look more toned, improve your health, or all of the above, here are some tips and tricks to help you stick with a weight loss workout plan.
Now that summer days have faded into memories and you're not spending as many hours outdoors, it’s as good a time as ever to adopt a new exercise routine and healthy eating plan.