Thanksgiving is over, and while there still may be leftovers in your fridge, it's time to get back on track. If you indulged a little bit over the holiday, and that can be perfectly fine if handled properly, what should you focus on after Thanksgiving to get back on track? Here are three simple things.
Thanksgiving is coming up, and we've all heard the old saying about tryptophan, the amino acid in turkey, making you sleepy after your Thanksgiving meal. Well, the real culprit is probably because Thanksgiving is an extremely high-carb meal usually.
Many people have questions about how to bring triglycerides and glucose numbers down. What should they be at? How can you improve them? Let's dive in.
Today I want to talk to you about the InBody scan. The Inbody uses bioelectrical impedance to measure your muscle mass, your fat mass, and give you a better understanding of your body composition. Are you gaining muscle? Losing fat? Where are those numbers on the scale coming from?
Gut health is a hot topic these days. Studies suggest gut health can affect numerous other aspects of your health. But what is gut health exactly? Why is it important? How can you improve your gut health?
Whether you’re on a weight loss journey or looking to maximize your health, putting a focus on nutrition can be an impactful way to reach your goals.
Summer vacation is about indulgence. You want to treat yourself on a hard-earned vacation. For many of us, the hard part is finding the right balance between healthy eating and indulgence.
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.