Balance Builder Exercise

Balance Builder Exercise By Mary Ann Wilson, RN The great news about balance is that you can work to improve it! In this blog we’ll take a look at one of the many exercises that can be done to help strengthen balance skills. Throughout the exercise, imagine you’re are moving in slow motion. The slower […]

Hidden Dangers in Food

Dangerous and Hidden Food Ingredients Found in Seemingly Healthy Food by Registered Dietician Janell Buchkoski, MS, RD Would you eat your favorite breakfast cereal if you knew that it contained Butylated Hydroxytoluene (BHT), a product also used in jet fuel and embalming fluid? Can you imagine grilling your low fat veggie burger if you found […]

Healthy Aging Ingredients

Choose to Age Well By Mary Ann Wilson, RN Healthy aging is a personal responsibility that requires conscious action on our part. While aging is inevitable, “healthy aging” is optional and based on our choices. In this era of available research and information, we have access to a plethora of healthy aging resources, giving us […]

Sit and Be Fit Arm Exercises

Stay Healthy While You Sit By Mary Ann Wilson, RN Here are some easy Sit and Be Fit arm exercises that work the shoulders, back and fingers. Integrate them into whatever it is you’re already doing right now…especially if you’re stuck at a desk all day. To work more on the arms check out our […]