Cold and Flu Season: What’s food got to do with it?
CDC warns season could last another 3-4 months More than 60,000 cases of this season’s strongest flu strain have been reported nationwide, but California has been hit the hardest, according to the Center for Disease Control. In Southern California specifically, the flu and the common cold have spread like wildfire — and the CDC says […]
5 Reasons to Try Cross Training This Fall
I like to change up my workout routine with the change of seasons. Whether you’re an athlete or everyday gym class goer, you probably have a particular physical specialty. But, if you only focus on one major exercise style or developing a particular set of skills, you may find that you are limiting your capacity […]
4 Steps to Naturally Lower Your A1C
What’s your A1C? If you’re diabetic, you know. If you aren’t, you probably aren’t as concerned. Think of the A1C test as an early warning system for complications that happen down the road when we don’t control our blood sugar. If the test shows that our blood glucose level is high, it means that […]