Bloggers We Love: Pinch Of Yum

Blogs can be a powerful tool to share information to a wide spectrum of people. Bloggers tell compelling stories, inspire change, and help us do things that we never thought were possible. If you are ready to dive into a healthy lifestyle filled with delicious and easy-to-make food, you need to check out the blog … Read more

14 Ways To Eat Healthy For Cheap

One of the most difficult aspects about trying to eat healthy is that it can be so darn expensive! It becomes even more of a stressor when your healthy diet is one of the main ways to combat your chronic pain symptoms. The last thing you want to do is break the bank trying to … Read more

6 Of The Latest Findings From Food Research

We live in a world that is constantly evolving. New things are discovered every day that make each of us healthier and help provide a better life in the world of food research. Let’s dive into the fascinating and delicious new strides scientists have made about what (and how!) we eat. 1. Algae, quinoa, and … Read more

5 Findings From The Latest Obesity Research

In the U.S., 68% of adults are either obese or overweight. This health crisis costs the U.S. $147 billion annually in direct medical costs and indirect costs such as lost wages. Researchers have been studying obesity and obesity prevention for decades now; here are five of their recent findings in obesity research. 1. The brain-belly … Read more

You Are What You Meat: Making Healthy Choices With Meat

Being a vegetarian (or switching to a mainly plant-based diet) has become a popular trend, but what if you aren’t always interested in nibbling on plants for dinner? Omnivores can still make better choices with the meat they eat, looking for specific animals that are ethically and sustainably raised. Making better choices in the type … Read more

The High Costs Of Physical Inactivity

About 36% of all U.S. adults do not exercise during their leisure time, according to research from Florida Atlantic University. That’s a sobering statistic, especially considering the well-known health risks that arise from physical inactivity. Many common health conditions, including deadly ones, have been linked to a sedentary lifestyle. That includes conditions like back pain, … Read more

The Benefits Of Strength Training For The Elderly

Some may consider strength training to be for the young, but maintaining muscle mass through targeted exercise is important for people of all ages, including the elderly. We lose muscle mass as we age, and the decline is even more precipitous for those living more sedentary lives. The old adage use it or lose it … Read more

The Ultimate Exercise Guide For Diabetes Patients And Those At Risk

If you’re at high risk for diabetes and feel like you must exercise harder to achieve similar results to other people who aren’t at high risk, research shows you might be right. Scientists from Lund University in Sweden compared the effects of exercise on two groups of middle-aged, slightly overweight men. One group was not … Read more

6 Places To Exercise For Free In Phoenix

The amazing Phoenix weather nearly year-round means residents have their choice when it comes to finding free places to workout. Participating in an organized activity or event is one great, free way to connect with other fitness-minded people while enjoying the boost of motivation that comes from working out in a group. If organized events aren’t … Read more

These 14 Instagram Fitness Stars Offer Non-Stop Motivation

Instagram is a hotbed of inspiring fitness stars who motivate others with their commitment to health, inspiring progress photos, and simple workout tips. Some accounts feature conventional fitness motivation while others post more niche content, such as body positive fitness inspiration. Whether you’re seeking motivation for chiseled abs or simply want added encouragement to lace … Read more