Running with Food
Sniffle season is here and if you listen you can hear the chorus of sneezing and coughing as it rings throughout campus. The best part about the flu is that is it preventable and you don't have to change your diet to do it.
The semester is almost half way up and midterms are starting to approach some of us are starting to lose the will to study and end up cramming the night before an exam. There are foods that can aid your studying and boost your memory.
Instead of selecting chips out of the vending machine try a bag of nuts. Peanuts, walnuts, pecans, and other nuts contain properties that help with everything from fighting insomnia to promoting mental clarity and strong memory.
Cancer is an equalizing disease. It does not care about your race, if you are male or female, rich or poor. Many of us have felt the impact of this deadly disease, whether it is directly through someone we know personally or through the loss of a public icon. There are several varieties of cancer, none less life changing than the other. However, there are things you can do in your life right now to help reduce the risk of cancer.
It is hard for anyone to maintain a busy work or school schedule, and trying to add exercising and eating right makes your week suddenly look like an impossible task. We all know that when we get super busy the first thing out the window is that pledge you made to yourself about losing weight. It does not have to be that way.
People have tried almost everything in pursuit of weight loss, from falling victim to a celebrity diet to believing old exercise myths. All exercises and diets work to some extent because you’re increasing the amount of calories burned or restricting your food intake.