If you regularly feel exhausted, it’s a good idea to consult your health care professional to rule out any underlying health issues. Tiredness can also be the result of a busy lifestyle. If you find yourself struggling to stay alert throughout the day, then you might want to try some of the following suggestions to boost your energy.
Tired of trying to get in your eight glasses a day of just boring, plain water? Here are some delicious and easy ways to spice up your daily water intake that will have you hydrated and glowing in no time.
For hundreds of thousands of years, humans have had a deep mind-body connection. But in recent times, many of us have become preoccupied with daily stressors and disconnected from our bodies. The result? Anxiety, depression, and other mood problems.
As an Olympic rower, I was no stranger to chronic injuries. With 18 training sessions a week, some level of pain or discomfort was expected. At best, the developing injury is minor. At worst, it is a career-ender.
I love cooking with watermelon in the summer. Watermelon is excellent for summer because it's a very refreshing food due to its water content (~92% water). It's also highly nutritious. It's a very good source of vitamin C and contains B vitamins, potassium, copper and magnesium.
Watermelon can be a delicious ingredient in gazpacho, salsa, or a smoothie. But there’s nothing quite so refreshing as a simple watermelon and mint salad with some lime, cayenne and sea salt.