Come Ye Healthy People Come! It’s just one day – and there’s no law that says it can’t be a reasonably healthy meal! Here are proven recipes that are sure to delight.
More Health Features
Our bodies are crying out for help and as this Breast Cancer Awareness Month comes to an end, it’s worth paying attention to the new products that have been introduced that can really increase your good health and thereby your family’s.
If the gushing faucet of Halloween candy is a challenge this week that opens a floodgate of poor choices into the winter months, here’s the best trick ever for defending your health and spirit for healthy, peaceful, happy eating from now through the holidays! The scriptures ALWAYS have the answer – even for health choices!
When researchers three decades ago first discovered nitric oxide, they had no idea of the importance their discovery would become. With every passing day, the critical components continue to connect the dots of how the body heals, regulates, and exchanges key gases for survival, rehabilitation, and prevention of chronic disease, vascular and neurological repair.
Like most of us, Rich Higbee never expected to cope with mental health challenges in his family, or that one daughter’s unhappiness could end up flooding his entire family. He has worked in the health and wellness industry for 24 years and has the gospel—enough to surely have a vibrant, mentally well family. Yet, we don’t always get what we expect, including Rich who didn’t know what an unexpected turn his life would take.
Let General Conference and the wise words of Wilford Woodruff inspire your own healthy choices. Today’s article includes a printable and a fabulous lentil crockpot soup that is perfect for nippy fall evenings.
Three scientists won the Nobel Prize when they discovered a gas called Nitric Oxide that’s produced in the lining of our arteries — with the responsibility of increasing blood circulation, oxygen and nutrients to your body’s cells, tissues and organs such as the heart and brain. When we are young, our body produces the gas on its own, but as we age, we could use a little help with Nitric Oxide production. And that help makes all the difference.