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Showing posts from April, 2018

KO Chronic Headaches!

Headaches are one of our most common health complaints. In fact, we're twice as likely as men to have them frequently as we age. Fortunately, keeping the throwing at bay can be as easy as:

Having a side of spinach!

 Prone to migraines?
 Magnesium packed spinach can help! A recent study found that getting 600 mg. of the mineral daily cuts migraine attacks more than 41%. "A powerful natural remedy, it blocks pain signals from spreading across the brain and amplifying or prolonging migraines," says Montefiore Headache Center neurologist Cynthia E. Armand, M.D. and two cups of cooked spinach daily provides 80% of your RDA for magnesium. Other top sources: pumpkin seeds and black beans.

Nixing pain with coffee!

 Feel a headache coming on?
 Sip a cup of strong caffeinated coffee. Caffine blocks brain receptors that cause blood vessels to widen too much and cause pain, says Traci Stein, Ph.D., author of The Everything Guide to Integrative Pain Management. But stick to one cup a…

The Weight Loss Goal 😨

Still Looking at Those Weight Loss Goals?They are not going anywhere, until you do! 
Weight loss is a transformation of your own personal habits. 

Let's say, for the sake of this blog....that our goal is weight loss.

This may or may not be one of your specific goals, but getting healthy, losing weight, and reducing the risk for heart attack, stroke, diabetes & other help problems are definitely some of the most common ones out there.

If you have a habit of eating unhealthy foods and avoiding the gym, you are not alone. When age 50 starts to creep up on people, their health becomes a primary concern.

So, suppose that the goal that you have set for yourself is to lose 30 pounds and to eat healthier. You don't want to set goals or develop habits that are negatives.

You want to create positive habits instead.

The reason for this is simple: when you try to change bad habits, you are taking something away from yourself- something you likely enjoy.

Instead, form good hab…