According to the American Chiropractic Association, 68 to 80 percent of Americans have magnesium deficiency. Here’s how to make sure you’re not part of that population!
Becky’s recent post about the health benefits of nuts made me curious. Since they’re so good for you, which ones should you eat? Is one better than another?
Coffee and energy drinks are great for a quick boost, but did you know that magnesium deficiency is a common cause of low energy?
Lentils are fantastic little legumes, packed with soluble fiber, folate, and magnesium. In addition to their nutritional qualities, they are also quite inexpensive. Most chain grocery stores should have lentils, [ … ]
With a lot of great health and fitness benefits, honey should be a common staple in people’s daily diets. Other than its great taste, it has numerous benefits for our [ … ]
Trail mix is a favorite fall time snack of mine. Fun to take on hikes and picnics, it always hits the spot. Try mixing some seasonal seeds in your favorite [ … ]
It is estimated that 3 to 7 percent of American children suffer form Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD). That adds up to over 2 million kids, one in every class [ … ]