This month, the Be Well blog is all about flexibility and mobility—from chiropractic to exercise to daily habits and more. This means, of course, we’d be remiss not to mention the benefits of yoga! Many folks incorrectly assume that yoga is only for flexible people, when really, it’s a way of increasing flexibility, core strength and more.
After enjoying your yoga session,
one of the best ways to recover is by snacking on some tasty kale chips!
RecipeGeek.com, has a quick and easy kale chip snack that we can all enjoy. Just one cup of kale (this recipe has 6-8 cups!) can be beneficial to your health. Kale can provide a high amount of antioxidants, like carotenoids and flavonoids that help protect against some cancers. It also has Vitamins A, C and K that can increase your metabolism, hydrate your body and improve bone health, while also providing folic acid and B6, both of which provide cardiovascular support and prevent heart disease.
Most people think of healthy muscles as a matter of strength—but that’s not all you should be thinking about. While strength is definitely a critical component to muscular health, it’s important not to forget about flexibility!
Foam rolling—you’ve probably heard of it before. It’s a workout go-to for pro athletes and gym enthusiasts alike. But what is it, how does it help, and most importantly—how do you get started? Let’s walk through it together.
A hearty, meatless breakfast in no time? Yes, please! Rich in protein and healthy fats, this easy breakfast bowl will help you stay full all morning long. And if you’re looking for a vegan option, this savory day-starter is just as delicious without the egg.
Ugh, headaches—such a nuisance, right? A painful nuisance. And if they’re regular,
they can ruin a lot more than just a few hours of your day. Instead of popping
a pain reliever or trying to weather through the discomfort, maybe it’s time to start
looking at why they’re happening instead of how to get rid of the pain.
We sat down for a chat with Dr. Jessica Basala, D.C., long-time Chiro One doctor,
and got all the best tips and tricks on eliminating headaches by stopping them at
their source. Here’s what she had to say!
Typically served on Fat Tuesday, King Cake is a foodie game of good luck. Hidden within the cake is a figurine of a baby, and according to urban legend, the person who receives the slice with the baby in it will have good luck throughout the year. TheSpruceEats.com has provided a healthier alternative to the traditional King’s Cake.Read More