It turns out that taking a walk really does make a difference. However, what science is discovering is the key to releasing stress is walking in areas that have a natural setting with trees, grass, plants, shrubs, and/or green areas. Studies in both Japan and Finland found that people who walked in a natural, woodland setting experienced lower heart rates, lower blood pressure, and less anxiety.
Part 2 of a 3-Part Series Last week, we began a three-part series. Click here to read the first entry. This week, we conquer an important health habit — a healthy diet! Loving ourselves requires thinking… Read more “Becoming Your Own Best Friend: Healthy Diet”
It seems like everyone is always talking about diet. We are a culture obsessed with the way we look. Yet, we are a nation of fat people!… Read more “Diet Direction”
Yesterday, I spent the day with two of my grandsons, 16-year-old Simon and 12-year-old Isaac. We went to one of those places that features miniature golf, go-karts,… Read more “Movement: The True Fountain of Youth”