Red Raspberry Leaf Tea

Raspberry plants are hardy perennials in the rose family. Red raspberry leaf is part of the raspberry plant that has been used as a traditional remedy for pregnant and postpartum women. Although red raspberry leaf has been cultivated for its culinary and medicinal benefits for centuries, modern science has not been able to confirm all of … Continue reading Red Raspberry Leaf Tea

Calories Burned While Snowshoeing

Snowshoeing is an impressive workout that can burn about 500 calories an hour. Snowshoeing With my Daughter! If you want to stay in shape this winter, consider snowshoeing. Snowshoeing is an impressive workout that can burn about 500 calories an hour. This is about twice as many as walking and about the same number … Continue reading Calories Burned While Snowshoeing

Avoid Overindulging This Holiday

There are plenty of healthy options on Christmas day and the traditional Christmas dinner has the potential to a very well-balance meal. Well, one day of indulgence is obviously not going to throw you off your fitness track forever, so don’t worry about it TOO much. But, because we’re feeling really festive, we asked doctors and … Continue reading Avoid Overindulging This Holiday

Vitamin D & Depression

Research Is Showing Vitamin D Is Helpful for Depression We are all dependent on sunshine for life and health. This is the main source of Vitamin D. Vitamin D receptors are everywhere in the body. Vitamin D deficiency is so massively widespread that about 1 billion worldwide are deficient. When we stay indoors for extended … Continue reading Vitamin D & Depression