Wow. With Newtown and now Boston in the news, let alone the intermittent stories that come and go, there is a lot of bad news making headlines. And to intensify it even more, the broadcast and cable networks devote their brand of breathless 24/7 coverage to these stories. My attitude is, for every evil soul [...]
It’s kind of rare when two major nutrition stories, reported independently, have a direct overlap and also run on the same day. It’s rare, too, when such stories are tied strongly to the immune health world.
Such is the case today.
Story 1. New research is showing more evidence that a Mediterranean diet–one rich in [...]
My daughter is in Manhattan this week. Got there with several of her college-student friends just in time to welcome the Nemo snow storm. Luckily, New York was spared the brunt of the storm, but still got a foot of the white stuff.
So, the digging out starts today. And that connects directly to immune [...]
Found a good story on immune health among triathletes. It packages the topic very well. It’s good to read it, especially if you are an endurance athlete who trains hard year round, or even if you are someone who has decided to run their first marathon as a New Year’s goal.
Research has suggested that [...]
Personal technology and health continues to advance. Of course, there has always been a tech side of health and fitness, from those amazing digital readouts on treadmills 30 years ago to current wearable devices that track cardio activity, dietary regimens, even perspiration.
TechCrunch, one of the leading media properties covering all things digital, has posted [...]
San Jose, CA, apparently has the health thing down pretty well. It’s been singled out recently as the healthiest city in America by both The Doctors, an AOL health channel show, and by Self Magazine (The Healthiest Cities for Women). Sperlings Best Places also gave the top health ranking to San Jose.
You can [...]
Many things can contribute to strong–or weak–immune function. The main components, outside of genetics, that can make or break a healthy immune response are what I’ve called “The 5 S’s”: Sleep, Sustenance (healthy diet), Stress (management), Sport (exercise) and Supplementation (EpiCor). I could probably add an H to that list as well, for Hygiene. As [...]