Most people stare at their computer for several hours - some many more -- each day. Yet few people know what the best computer monitor height is and these other essential office tips below...
Start by paying attention to how you are viewing your computer right now. And with that in mind, know this:
If you really want t … Read More
If you’re reading this article on Sciatica, it’s a good bet you have a radiating pain running down the back of your leg that just won’t go away. What is sciatic pain?
If what I’m about to tell you sounds familiar, don’t worry, help is on the way.
I guarantee you that what you are about to read – and listen to – will be … Read More
Filed Under: Sciatica
Written By: November 9,2016
By Tiffany Harelik, MA
If you are in pain, you have probably tried a lot of different techniques, herbs, devices and strategies to get pain free.
But have you looked to the one thing you do besides breathing, every day, as a potential source of chronic pain? Have you taken an inventory of your diet?
Inflammation is … Read More
Sneak Peek of My NEW Live Pain Free® Cookbook:
Your body responds to the foods you eat in many ways… give it the right stuff, and you create an abundance of energy along with minimal inflammation.
And lowering inflammation means living pain free.
Now, what should we eat at breakfast to support healing and reduce yo … Read More
In today’s world, commercial farming strips the soil of many of the minerals you need to maintain a healthy weight.
One of these missing minerals helps keep your blood sugar in check.
And when you’re not getting enough, your blood sugar “spikes” after a meal, and can stay dangerously high for hours.
Once you hav … Read More
By now, you’re probably an expert on the weight loss myths from ten years ago.
Myths like starving yourself to lose weight (it just makes your body hold onto fat)... crash dieting for fast weight loss (effects are short term with long-term damage)... and the big one, completely eliminating one food group, like carbs or fa … Read More
In the Olympics, a fraction of a second can mean the difference between a gold medal and an "also-ran" performance.
That's why trainers and athletes turn to any effective method necessary to keep them at the top of their game.
And this year, one of those methods has been splashed all over the news as Olympic athletes f … Read More
On Friday, July 28, 2016, President Obama finally signed a GMO-labeling bill.
Don’t get excited. It’s not what you think.
Yes, it’s a new national standard to identify which of the nearly 80% of foods that Americans eat contain genetically modified ingredients.
It has strong bipartisan support, passed by a 306-117 v … Read More
We all want to live pain free, maintaining our mobility and independent lifestyle.
Managing chronic pain is a critical part of that. But there are many misconceptions about how chronic pain should be treated, and the wrong treatment can actually make your condition worse.
That’s why I chose to interview Dr. Hal Blatman … Read More
Heart disease is the No. 1 killer of men and women in the United States, yet, when you think about this condition you may not automatically equate it with blood clots.
However, most heart attacks (myocardial infarctions) are caused by blood clots that limit or block blood flow to your heart.
If you make it to the emerg … Read More