YORHealth Testimonial: Rocio Almirudis & Ruben Gaytan, Leon, GT Mexico

YORHealth

  YORHealth formulates cutting edge health and wellness products for customers around the globe. The California-based company specializes in nutritional supplements and meal replacement shakes. After 30 years of groundbreaking research, YORHealth products are formulated with the finest ingredients and are tested before distribution. YORHealth believes that it is not what we eat, but what […]

YOR Health Independent Representatives Share Their Stories

YOR Health

  YOR Health is far more than just a nutritional supplement company – it is a culture of supportive individuals working to help each other achieve their fitness and well-being goals. Through the company’s body transformation contest, the YOR Best Body 8-Week Challenge, YOR Health customers and Independent Representatives may offer encouragement to participants through […]

Healthcare Costs Rising

Many Americans may pay more for their health insurance after the Afford Care Act takes full effect in January 2014. Many of the country’s biggest health insurance providers say that premiums could increase anywhere from 20 percent to 100 percent because of the sweeping changes to the healthcare system and the increase number of people […]

Tips from Community Blog Online: Eating Right

We all know that the conventional thinking on eating right has changed over the years. Twenty-five years ago, eggs were condemned as a contributor to high cholesterol…now they are considered to be a valuable protein source. Margarine was once thought of as a safe, healthy alternative to butter – now it’s shunned due to its […]

Growing a Business | Marla Ahlgrimm R.Ph. on Creating a New Business Plan

Marla Ahlgrimm

Marla Ahlgrimm is the founder of Madison Pharmacy Associates and Women’s Health America – the nation’s leading provider of bioidentical hormone products for women and men. She learned the hard way that getting started isn’t easy. Now, Marla Ahlgrimm offers up wisdom to young pharmacists and entrepreneurs looking to break into the businesses. Healthcare is constantly changing. […]

Michael Courouleau Emphasizes Safety as Priority in Disaster Cleanup

Michael Courouleau

According to Michael Courouleau, as workers rush to provide relief after a disaster, someone should be responsible for looking out for the health and wellness of recovery workers. During each disaster, Michael Courouleau notes that workers suffer injuries. For those who step up to help, it’s important they feel safe, knowing their health is a […]

Dr. James D. Sterling Discusses Lecture on Judith Wallerstein’s Work

Dr. James D. Sterling

Dr. James D. Sterling is an experienced clinical professor and psychotherapist. So when the opportunity came to lecture about noted psychologist Dr. Judith Wallerstein at Mount Sinai’s Department of Psychiatry, Dr. James D. Sterling took the opportunity. Below, Dr. James D. Sterling answers questions about Dr. Judith Wallerstein’s contribution to the field of child psychology […]

Phil Melugin Offers Hunting Safety Tips

Phil Melugin

Phil Melugin founded Pheasant Run Ranch to provide a safe environment for hunters. With guided hunts and required safety provisions, Phil Melugin and the staff at Pheasant Run Ranch put safety first. Whether you’re hunting at Pheasant Run Ranch or at another location, Phil Melugin suggests some basic safety measures that should be followed at […]

Benefits of Exercise Explained by Brenda Lee Reed, Founder of Genesis Healing Center

Brenda Lee Reed

Exercising when we’re young is easy and enjoyable, says Brenda Lee Reed. But as we get older, it becomes more difficult to find time for the gym.  By the time we’re in our 60’s, many of us wonder if exercising is really worth the effort.  Today, health and wellness expert Brenda Lee Reed explains the […]

Philip Melugin Joins Walk to End Alzheimer’s

Philip Melugin

  Philip Melugin knows the seriousness of Alzheimer’s, which has millions of sufferers worldwide. As president and owner of Phoenix Home Care, a Springfield, Missouri-based home healthcare business that manages care for clients in Missouri and Kansas, Philip Melugin has personally witnessed the heartbreak of the disease that steals the memories of its victims. For […]

Some “Organic” Foods May Not Be Organic After All

While customers may be willing to pony up more money for foods that are labeled “organic,” in many cases the food isn’t coming from a small farm – it’s coming from the same producers that make soda and boxed macaroni and cheese.

Many consumers may not realize how much organic food giant corporations or large agribusiness controls. It shouldn’t be surprising, though, considering how much more people are willing to pay for something with “organic” stamped on the box, bottle or bag. Between the time when the Agriculture Department came up with proposed regulations and the time that they went into effect in 2002, large corporations went shopping themselves.

Doug Battista Answers Questions About Eating Healthy

Doug Battista

Doug Battista has found that in the field of human resources, he often is called upon to act as counselor. Since part of HR is helping employees with insurance and medical issues, Doug Battista regularly talks to workers about ways to reduce medical costs by trying to live a healthier life. Living a healthy life cuts down on work absenteeism and medical bills, which reduces overall insurance costs on a corporation, Doug Battista believes.

Eat Less, Live Longer | Garrett Hoelscher on Controlled Caloric Intake Diets

Garrett Hoelscher

Less is more, says Garrett Hoelscher. While a healthy diet and a smart approach to eating is more than half the battle toward a lifetime of increased mental and physical energy, Garrett Hoelscher points out that a good many Americans aren’t sure how many calories they should consume. This lack of knowledge, coupled with a sedentary lifestyle and a widespread emotional attachment to food, has taken its toll on the waistlines and the overall health of modern Americans.

Individuals who consume a higher number of calories than their body burns off in a 24-hour period are subject to numerous health problems, says Garrett Hoelscher. To begin with, acute overconsumption in a short period of time can cause temporary unpleasantries including any number of upsets to the digestive system, notes Garrett Hoelscher. Occasional overindulgence isn’t the core issue. The problem, according to Garrett Hoelscher, is widespread chronic overeating and it is an issue that needs to be addressed starting now.