Medically approved by Dr Salko Feb 27th 2017 The key word in March is nutrition, and this is a great time to focus on both healthy eating, and how a nutritional blood test can help improve your body as well. If you’ve ever been in your favorite restaurant or relaxing at home and experienced some […]
Healthy and Thanksgiving are not synonymous, but they do not have to be mutually exclusive either. There are various ways to stay relatively healthy throughout the Holidays including portion control and revising favorite cult classic comfort foods. So whether you are watching your waistline, your blood pressure, blood sugar, or your cholesterol, here are a […]
Though it’s still early in the month, have you noticed a higher then usual number of mustaches? If you live in Brooklyn you’re immune to the changing tide of facial hair but for the rest of us November means mustaches! The trend started in 1999 by a group of Australian men who grew their mustaches […]
The arrival of fall ushers in pumpkin spice lattes, great weather and mushroom season! Mushrooms are a low calorie, low fat (depending how you prepare them), and notoriously underutilized source of nutrients. They can also provide vegetarians and vegans with an alternative source of vitamins and nutrients such as iron and protein otherwise found in […]
The pollen production from trees, grasses and weeds that trigger hay fever (allergic rhinitis) peak during the late summer and early fall. Itchy, red eyes and stuffy noses can make the end of summer even more upsetting. Use these simple tips to fight allergies and enjoy the outdoors without fear!