At Professor Wellbody's Academy of Health & Wellness, we understand there's only one thing harder than making healthy behavior changes: Sticking to them! We all need a little help from our friends, and that's the purpose of the Wellbody Blog, a friendly online gathering spot--a community well--where you can dip into health news; wellness tips; recipes; latest research about nutrition, exercise, sleep and hygiene; plus, real stories from virtual neighbors who are also trying to change their lives for the better. Start from wherever you are; share ideas, information, inspiration. At Pacific Science Center, we believe each of us can do something everyday to improve our health and well-being.
Farmers’ markets, co-ops, u-pick and a FREEZER seem to be the keys to eating healthy (organic or not) and saving money.
Peak harvest season in the Pacific Northwest means abundant peaches, apples, peppers, potatoes, tomatoes, blueberries and more.
When and why to choose organic? And how to manage on a budget?
Think of the first few weeks of school as a chance to start, or reestablish, healthy routines when it comes to getting enough sleep, avoiding kid-to-kid illness, packing healthy school lunches and preventing backpack back aches.
When you eat can be as important as what you eat when it comes to health.
New research published in the journal Obesity shows that those who eat a big breakfast are more likely to lose weight and muffin-top than those who eat a large dinner – even if that larger breakfast includes a piece of chocolate cake or cookie.
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