PCOS, one piece in the puzzle
PCOS: Diet and lifestyle hacks

When it comes to PCOS, the abundance of information on nutrition and lifestyle can be confusing and conflicting. Often, the typical approach involves simply being told to lose weight and take a pill to manage periods, with a follow-up recommendation to seek help when struggling to conceive. Let’s start from the basics and talk about […]

Stretching is beneficial for EVERYONE

People might think that stretching exercises are only for athletes, yet never had a thought that it could be beneficial for everyone including kids, office-workers or even housewives. Stretching is also a form of physical exercise in which a specific muscle, muscle group or tendon is intentionally loosened or stretched to impose muscle elasticity and […]

This simple activity can actually increase the size of your brain

Walking very rarely receives a title on the cover of the fitness and health magazines we often read. We tend to forget how important walking is.  We have read about the ‘feel-good” hormones, stress relieving abilities, and increased levels of oxygen as advantages of walking and staying active, but a recent study illustrates an actual increase […]

Want to start running? Start slowly.

We’ve all done it before… deciding that we had enough of lazing around an endless amount of evenings, after someone or something inspired us to lift our butts off the couch and start with a running plan. Once this inspiration strikes, we want to run like an Olympic gold medalist, which leads us to overdoing […]

Get your carb on… but get them right!

When it comes to fruits, the darker the fruit the better it is for you. Dark fruits like cherries, berries etc. have very thin skin compared to fruits like bananas and pineapples. So they have more antioxidants to protect themselves from the sun! These have a lower glycemic index and have great anti-inflammatory capacity. GI […]

What happens after Chiropractic?

A common myth about back pain is that you need to rest and avoid activity for a long time. In fact, bed rest is NOT recommended. If you have no sign of a serious cause for your back pain (such as loss of bowel or bladder control, weakness, weight loss, or fever), you should stay as active […]

Why is good posture beautiful

Why do we instinctively know when a person has good posture? Simply because our basic instincts are to admire health, as it reflects good genetics for survival of the species! Since good posture reflects good health, we are naturally attracted to it. How can we recognize our own postural problems and if we find them, […]