Well Being Guides
Be Well - Stay Well
We're taking a simple approach to whole health. Well being is more than just an absence of disease or being on the cover of Yoga Journal. Iit's taking account of all of life's influences and finding some kind of clarity and balance the best way we can. Let's start today to bring well being back to the forefront of our conscious choices! Pick up FREE copies of Well Being Guides at your favorite Outpost!
We can start with healthy, new habits any time of the year. Fresh fruits and vegetables can bring a breath of spring-like freshness to your kitchen and give your immune system a boost.
You may have heard of good cholesterol, bad cholesterol or total cholesterol, but do you know how these individual factors affect your health? Here’s what you need to know to keep all those numbers and letters straight!
Omega-3 oils are polyunsaturated oils that can be found in fish and flax. These beneficial oils can help in a number of inflammatory conditions in the body, reducing cholesterol and the likelihood of cardiovascular disease and heart attacks, and increasing brain functions.
If you want to know more about fiber but don’t want to sort through the mountains of info out there, here are the fast facts on fiber, and how it can make for good heart health.
Forgo those harsh home cleaning chemicals altogether. With a minimum of effort, and some creativity, you can easily make your own cleaning products from inexpensive and common household ingredients. These will make your home clean and green!
The key to preparing gluten-free foods is that ingredients must not come into contact with any foods containing gluten.
What’s so good about soy? One of the best reasons to eat soy is that it’s been proven to lower cholesterol. It’s also a good source of low fat protein.
Osteoporosis is not just a woman’s disease—it affects men, women and children alike. More than 1.5 million Americans experience osteoporotic fractures each year with an estimated national cost of $14 billion to the US healthcare system—and costs are rising.