Simple, Healthy Breakfast Ideas for Busy People

Simple, Healthy Breakfast Ideas for Busy People

Simple, Healthy Breakfast Ideas for Busy People Do you skip breakfast in the mornings? 

When you feel overwhelmed by your schedule, and you’re constantly racing from one appointment to the next, it’s an incredibly popular decision to skip breakfast entirely.  Mornings truly can be a race that we feel like we’re constantly losing, so I understand the reasoning behind feeling like there’s no time to have a breakfast. 

After all, when you’re already scurrying around in a race against the clock, it seems like an impossibility to find a chance to sit down for breakfast, on top of everything else. 

I’ve been there, too.  We’ve all been there.  I have certainly felt your confusion and frustration.  I’m sure your mother told you that breakfast was the most important meal of the day, but in case you need another reminder… it’s time to stop skipping breakfast!

3  Simple Tips to Prevent and Ease Migraines

3 Simple Tips to Prevent and Ease Migraines

3 Simple Tips to Prevent and Ease Migraines.
For those of us who suffer with Migraine, we don’t need to be told that it is a “headache” with varying intensities of pain, or that some become sensitive to light, sound and smell. We are also well aware of the fact that nausea can be a common occurrence with Migraine.

Although Migraine may not be completely curable, there are some ways for us to find quite a good degree of relief and prevention. There are many natural remedies that I outline in my book, “The Ultimate Migraine Handbook: An Holistic Approach to Pain Relief,” many of which I have used very effectively in my own life. Below I will share three simple tips to ease and prevent migraines.
By following some simple healthy habits and some natural remedies, we can prevent migraine and find pain relief.

3 Salads That Are Easy To Grab And Go

3 Salads That Are Easy To Grab And Go

3 salads that are easy to grab and go….Salads are an excellent source of nutrition and proteins as well as being the key to a balanced diet. You don’t have to be on a diet to eat salads. They can be a part of your meal or you can even replace your meal with a salad. In fact, there are many studies which support that even the healthiest of people should skip one meal a day and eat a salad instead. They help you look and feel younger as they are great for skin, hair and figure. It is very important to keep an eye on what you eat, especially if exercising regularly.

Rain, Rain, Go Away….

Rain, Rain, Go Away….

Rain, rain, go away…..How has your week been? For that matter, how has the weather been where you live? Here in Florida, we started the end of last week with a barometric pressure change followed by a week of rain and storms. Since for me, barometric changes are pretty much the only thing that triggers a migraine for me, the beginning of the storm woke me up on and off during the night, feeling headachy (sure you know that feeling) followed by a lower intensity migraine, plus feeling just plain yucky throughout the day. Luckily, my migraines no longer have the intensity they used to have with the natural remedies I use, so I was able to go about my day, but I sure felt lousy all day.

3 Supplements You Should be Taking if You’re Over 45 Years Old

3 Supplements You Should be Taking if You’re Over 45 Years Old

3 Supplements You Should be Taking if You’re Over 45 Years Old. Yes, while I always say that it’s better to get your nutrients from food first sometimes supplements are necessary.
Unfortunately there are just some all-too-common nutrients that we simply don’t get enough of. And they’re absolutely critical to optimal health and wellness. Especially as we age.
Here I sifted through the supplements that are available on the market and boiled them down to three that can have the best effect for us.

5 Foods to Relieve Your Inflammation

5 Foods to Relieve Your Inflammation

5 Foods to Relieve Your Inflammation. Many of us deal with inflammation in our bodies from one source or another. I deal with it myself, but have found foods, herbs and spices to be a great healing source.
First and foremost, it’s important to understand the source and the cause of inflammation. Whether it be acute or chronic, caused by environmental irritants or what we’re eating — many factors go into why we’re dealing with inflammation.

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