Summertime is road trip season! Whether it’s a family trip or girls trip, we all have to stop for food. That’s one of the best parts! Trust me, I know it’s hard eating healthy on the road. Hopefully these healthy hacks will keep your stomach happy as you journey. Don’t forget the sunscreen!
How did the International Day of Yoga get started?! It began where yoga began… in India. It was officially established by the current Prime Minister of India Mr. Narendra Modi during a 2014 UNGA speech. This initiative was the first by any country to be proposed and implemented by the United Nations within 90 days. It was adopted by the general assembly to provide a holistic approach for health and well-being.
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KTHV) – May 30 is World Multiple Sclerosis Day, which aims to bring awareness to the disease.
MS has no cure. According to the National MS Society, 2.6 million people are living with multiple sclerosis. media.thv11.com/embeds/mobile/video/91-8145138/amp#amp=
Strawberries are packed with amazing health benefits including improved eye health and proper brain function as well as relief from high blood pressure, arthritis, gout, and heart diseases. Strawberry leaves can be eaten raw or cooked and can even used to make delicious tea.
Strawberries contain vitamins C and K, folate, potassium and magnesium. They are a low-calorie, fiber-rich fruits providing an abundance of antioxidants and polyphenols.
Here’s a recipe your mind + body will LOVE:
Strawberry Smoothie Bowl
1 cup of fresh strawberries
3 frozen bananas
1 tablespoon of coconut cream
Combine fresh strawberries, three frozen bananas and coconut cream in a blender
Blend, taste and adjust to desired taste.
Pour into a bowl
Add toppings: Go topping crazy with cacao nibs, chocolate chips, almonds, or fresh cut strawberries
Enjoy and Happy May!
Today millions around the world join in the celebration with parades, music and food that pay homage to Irish culture.
There are a few reasons why green is significant to the March 17 festivities. Legend states that St. Patrick explained the Holy Trinity (Father, Son and Holy Spirit) using the three leaves of the shamrock. There’s also a cultural tale that warns of leprechauns who would pinch anyone not wearing green!
In celebration of these Irish traditions and legends, here’s a recipe that will add a little green to your holiday for you and a friend to enjoy!
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In light of #MSAwarenessWeek, guest blogger Sarah Thomas Pilcher - who was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis eight years ago - shares insight into what life is like with MS.
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Inspirational black women across the globe have spent years climbing the corporate ladder, pursuing careers in specialized fields and leading major companies.
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