If you're working toward living an overall healthier lifestyle, it's important to make the most out of every trip to the grocery store. PartnerMD health coach Sarah Brawley offers six tips for healthier grocery shopping.
Leading nutrition specialists and physicians are repeatedly discussing the role that nutrition has in preventing illness and disease. But sometimes this can feel easier said than done. You find yourself asking: “What does ‘eating well’ actually entail? And how do I know which specific foods and nutrients will help prevent disease?”
Are you finding yourself stressed out? Finding a fun activity is key to managing stress levels. Richmond health coach Sarah Brawley offers seven ideas, from coloring to journaling, for fun activities you can do to relieve stress.
Air fryers work very similarly to how a convection oven does. It's a healthier way to get a crispy taste to your food, and they're popping up all over the place the last couple of years, so there are tons of options out there. Richmond health coach Sarah Brawley introduces a few simple options to get started using your air fryer.
The last week of February is National Eating Disorder Awareness Week. Why is it important to get help? How can your healthcare providers help you? Richmond health coach Sarah Brawley offers a few thoughts. Watch the video below and read on for a full recap.
February is National Cancer Prevention month. Two key areas you can focus on to reduce your cancer risk? Diet and exercise. First, we'll discuss diet. In this video, Richmond health coach Sarah Brawley discusses three things you want to avoid to help reduce your chance of developing cancer — processed meats, alcohol, and being overweight. Watch the video below and read on for a recap.
Ever year, January 13 marks National Gluten-Free Day. What is gluten? How does it affect our bodies? What are some reliable gluten-free foods to try? Richmond health coach Sarah Brawley is here to answer those questions. Watch the video below or read on for a recap.