We hear so much every day about healthy living, but how many of us are actually making consistent choices that will benefit our health? Maintaining a healthy weight, being fit, and making wise nutrition choices all go a long way in living longer and improving your quality of life. It seems like every day, however, the experts change their minds about which foods are best for you, how much exercise is enough and which are the most effective ways to exercise. The good news is, we can help. Did you know that CDPHP offers wellness workshops, online health assessment tools, videos and animations on specific health-topics, a symptom checker and more?
Visit here often for more suggestions how to practice healthy habits in your already hectic life. We know that sometimes life can get in the way of your commitment to healthy eating and exercising, and we’re here to give you some easy life hacks that you can use to get on track and stay there, even if you occasionally fall off course.
I’ve always been an active person. I started waterskiing at just 4 years old. By the time I was in high school, I was competitive in waterskiing, snow skiing, dancing, gymnastics, field hockey, softball, and cheerleading. continue reading →
Organic food. That was the topic of my most recently assigned blog post. But, as usual, I couldn’t take this topic and just sit with it. I needed to change it, edit it, jazz it up! So, I determined that eating an all-organic diet and writing about the experience was the way to go. continue reading →
Want to feel better, have more energy, and perhaps even live longer? Look no further than exercise. From improving your mood to combatting disease, the health benefits of physical activity are well documented and hard to ignore, regardless of your age, sex, or ability. Exercise can improve your life! continue reading →
Providing ongoing care for a relative or friend who is elderly, chronically ill, or disabled can be very rewarding. But it is also a demanding, life-changing role that can take a toll emotionally, physically, and psychologically. continue reading →