If you have followed our blog or social media for a bit, you’ll know that both Bill and I are following a ketogenic diet. I have been doing keto since March 17, 2018, and Bill has recently started. I wanted to give you a peek into what this looks like with our 10 must-have grocery items for keto.
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I follow so many awesome people and am a part of lots of health and fitness groups online. I love the day of the week hashtag days, and occasionally I even participate. Recently though, I have really withdrawn and been feeling increasingly negative about myself and my health journey. Today’s #MotivationMonday comes at a great […]
Today we are starting a new weekly feature, a roundup of some of our favorite blog posts from the week. We follow so many great bloggers, fitness experts, nutrition gurus, and all-around awesome people, that we want to share that goodness with you.
One of the most common and frustrating injuries for runners is IT band syndrome or iliotibial band syndrome(ITBS). Running with IT band pain can be difficult or impossible depending on how severe it gets. If you are a runner that is having this problem then this post should tell you everything you need to know. […]
This year, World Mental Health Day is focused on suicide awareness and prevention. Someone dies from suicide every 40 seconds and for every suicide there are 20 suicide attempts. Almost 800,000 people die yearly from suicide. It is a grave concern.
You don’t have to spend hours in the gym or radically change your diet to lose weight. Sure, those things help a lot but here are some nice lazy weight loss hacks that don’t require much effort. The best thing is that these hacks can be started immediately. If you were to pick some of […]
The Basics PCOS is the abbreviation for Polycystic Ovary Syndrome. It is very common and in the US, between 6% and 12% of women in their childbearing years, or around 5 million women, have PCOS. I am one of those women. PCOS is a hormonal imbalance that can cause issues with menstruation, infertility, and excess […]
Sleeping through the night is critical for your physical and mental health. Even so more than half of all Americans often have trouble sleeping. Insomnia is very common and more and more people are turning to the pharmacy for answers. That may not be necessary as there are many foods that help you sleep when taken frequently.
Ever since I was a young girl I have dealt with varying degrees of headaches. I remember my dad being concerned that I was somehow addicted to Tylenol because I asked for it so frequently. As I got older, I realized that I had to find some natural remedies for headaches. I was an unlucky one for whom traditional treatments didn’t do the trick.
Men’s depression isn’t something we talk about enough, so I’m going to share something with you all. I’m an adult male and I have depression. I have probably always had depression but at first, I didn’t realize it, and then I didn’t want to admit it. Maybe this sounds familiar to you?