Category Archives: Health

Are you still working on the perfect tan? Stop. Now.

Growing up in New Jersey in the 1970s, it seemed like there was no such thing as sunscreen. Sure, Bain de Soleil had an SPF 4 or something like that—the highest sun-protection factor you could find was still in the single digits—but my friends and I slathered on the dark tanning oil, determined to achieve

What Is Sucralose

Now, we are going to discuss what is sucralose. In this age of fast food, it is becoming crucial that people have control on their calorie intake. Based on food health, calories not only make one fat but also increase the risk of heart diseases. Everyone loves baked products or sweets. We all take tea

Incorporate Box Jumps Exercises in Your Vertical Jump Workout

If you are serious about performing the best vertical jump exercises to increase your height naturally, including box jumps exercises, you need to be squatting tough as part of the routine. Notice I mentioned “hard” not “recklessly” Rule #1 – Use a spotting partner (or two). If you are going to train hard, and preferably

The Ski Jump Exercise of the Wii Fit

You will discover several fitness programs, machines, and exercise aids on industry. Some are really beneficial, some are of dubious benefit, some are scams, and some are just plain silly. It has to be a marketing rule that nobody ever goes broke selling fitness schemes. It is not clear however into which category the Wii

Recipe Review Chocolate Zucchini Bread

Since I am new to truly clean eating and constantly trying new recipes I figured I would come up with a new post segment (sounds fancy, huh) for reviewing the recipes I try.  Typically I modify recipes I find online to accommodate my personal taste and use the items I have on hand.  In order

Is Your Doctor Just Guessing

That’s the question that Time Magazine asks in their excellent article, “Are Doctors Just Playing Hunches?” They take a critical look at our healthcare system and how prescription drugs are being used (or misused). For example: Many doctors used to give anti-arrhythmia drugs to everyone who experienced irregular heartbeats after a heart attack because severely