Too busy to spend much time exercising? Not to worry. The Department of Health and Human Services advises that just 30 minutes of exercise per day can have a positive impact on your health.
Here’s a quick list of some of the best 30-minute exercise routines:
Many parents remember Popeye the Sailor Man’s undeniably strong muscles and endless ability to save the day. He credited his strength and bravery to none other than spinach, and adults seized an opportunity to offer the green vegetable to their children. “You want to be strong like Popeye, now don’t you?”
The truth is that this kind of influence does work. With positive creativity and a little inspiration – such as from Popeye – the following tips can help teach our children how to eat more healthfully.
Most fitness professionals will encourage adults and children to spend at least a half hour daily engaging in vigorous exercise to improve or maintain health. Active people, after all, feel better, live healthier lives and enjoy the benefits of maintaining a healthy weight. However, you may be surprised to learn about some health benefits of exercise that may be less obvious but are still highly important to our overall well-being.
You know when flu season is here — and chances are it is not because you or a family member has come down with the nasty virus. Instead, the initiation of the beginnings of flu season occurs when doctors, clinics, pharmacists, schools, businesses and drug stores start passing out flu vaccinations like coffee. With flu vaccines advertised with such force, you may be wondering who should get a flu shot in your family?