I'm not sure you want to know, need reminding or are even aware we've almost wrapped up a full year of dealing with the first pandemic of our lives.
The ups and downs have been real, the adjustments major and the mood...well all over the place if we are really honest...
There are several different apple varieties that are grown in Washington. Most are available starting in the fall but some start as early as mid-August. Apples have a lot of potential, so much so that only a small portion of their health benefits is covered here.
Energy drinks can make you feel great while pulling an all-nighter, but is it safe to drink this highly caffeinated beverage daily?
The FDA warns that taking stimulants like energy drinks to make up for lost sleep can still cause lead to impaired judgement and reaction time even though you feel alert and awake...
Peaches offer a low calorie treat. They are so sweet that you don’t need any other sweetener and if you pick the right peach, one that has firm skin with just a bit of softness all around, you will indulge willfully instead of that sugary treat you might have picked...
Have you tried and failed? Have you wanted to try but haven’t quite got to it yet? There is still hope. Whether you choose to quit cold turkey, try therapy, take medication or a combination of these, simple tips can help keep you on track.
The reasons soda pop is harmful to our bodies are almost endless (as is the ongoing research proving it). One of the simplest reasons is the amount of sugar that goes into these drinks that contribute to excess fat and damage your teeth.
Eating clay as part of a regular diet was widely brought to attention by Shailene Woodley, an actress who thought of it as a way to cleanse her body and lose weight. Although there may be some health benefits of this diet trend, it is not widely accepted.
The desert climate of this area has been known to produce tasty watermelons. According to Bellinger Farms of Hermiston, Oregon, this climate combined with the cool nights creates a higher sugar content in the watermelon.