We’re big believers in a good breakfast to get our day started right. It’s easy to fall into a trap of just grabbing a bowl of cereal or toast before dashing out the door. But with a little planning, you can prepare a protein-packed, nutritious and tasty muffin that will keep you filled and energized all morning.
This is an excerpt from our new book, 300 Healthy Travel Tips (now available on Apple iBooks, and coming in February 2017 for Amazon Kindle readers).
The holiday season brings the heaviest travel days of the year. When you are stuck in a long airport security line or running late to catch your flight, it’s hard to feel the holiday spirit. Planning ahead, allowing extra time for everything, anticipating what you will do if you are confronted with a travel nightmare, and keeping a cool head will put you miles ahead of other holiday travelers.
May your travels be safe, healthy, and carefree. Season’s greetings!
First, an apology: We're guilty as charged of not updating this blog. Our defense: We've spent the last few months feverishly at work on completing the first book in our Healthy Trekking series, 300 Healthy Travel Tips. And now, it's available for you to purchase on Apple iBooks (with versions for the Amazon Kindle and other ebook formats coming soon). And yes, we're totally excited.
Whether we think about it or not, all of us are running a race. A race against time. Every second of every day, we’re getting older. And as we age, our bodies slowly conspire against us. It’s something too many of us take for granted. Not Cheryl Hile, who is running seven marathons on seven continents in just 12 months. Read on to learn her incredible story on her race to beat Multiple Sclerosis.
Here's how to save as much as 50 percent on the cost of Gogo in-flight Wi-Fi by purchasing Internet service from the Gogo website before your flight instead of buying it from the airline once you're on the plane.
Before your next flight, don’t just sit there. Get up and move around. Take a brisk walk. Do stretches. Use the stairs. And get your pulse pumping before you step on the plane.
The good news is that n a growing number of forward-thinking air terminals, you can indulge in yoga, walk on a dedicated and marked path before or between flights, and find tranquility from the noisy crush of a busy airport.
When you have just too much stuff to fit into a rolling carry-on for your business trip or a dream vacation to Vail or Maui, don’t despair. Ship your bulky items ahead to where you will be staying via FedEx, UPS, the U.S. Postal Service Priority Mail, or a luggage shipping company instead of checking it, or having to lug it on the plane.
Perhaps you've heard the dieting advice to eat breakfast like a king, lunch like a prince and dinner like a pauper. Now, mounting evidence shows there's a lot of truth to it.
A recent study published in the International Journal of Obesity suggests that it's best not to eat too many calories late in the day. Dieters who ate their main meal before 3 p.m. lost significantly more weight than those who ate later in the day.
71,000 attendees. 2,700 exhibiting companies. All packed into the Anaheim Convention Center for the Natural Products Expo West. Think of a mid-sized city crammed into a convention center for a health food and products Woodstock and you get the idea. Thankfully, we braved all this, walking 12 miles in two days (yes, we counted our steps) so that you wouldn’t have to. Read on to discover what we learned and the products we recommend.
For anyone who suffers from food allergies like celiac disease, irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), fructose, gluten or lactose malabsorption issues, finding a convenient way to satisfy hunger in an on-the-go lifestyle can be utterly frustrating. Thanks to to Jesse and Kate Watson, creators of Nicer Foods, life just got a lot easier. And tasty.
Depending on where you live, winter can be a time when exercise is the last thing you want to do. Especially outdoors. Growing up in Minnesota, I embraced the winter, and took advantage of it for skating, downhill and cross country skiing. But when it’s -40 outside, and the days are short, even an ardent Minnesota native can think twice.
That’s why riding a bike during the winter makes so much sense. Indoors, of course.