Month: May 2016

Fat-Free Salad Dressing Makes A Bride Fat & Tired

One of the biggest nutritional and diet mistakes that people make in the name of weight loss and health is to eliminate fat from their diet.  The lies, myths and misconceptions of mainstream nutrition are surprisingly still deeply ingrained in our brains despite all the updated science that clearly shows we have been demonizing the […]

Can Superfoods Help My PCOS?

Can certain foods really help with PCOS (Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome)?  That’s a good question that I am sure many women want the answer to. The Nutrition Guide to Fighting PCOS has presented an article that lists 15 “Superfoods that are rich in vitamins, minerals and other nutrients that fight PCOS” What are these “superfoods” that […]

How to Spring Clean Your Wallet

There are few springtime rituals more satisfying than the annual cleaning. Before you tackle big projects like your home or wardrobe, a quick and easy place to start, yet reap immediate rewards, is your wallet. To get you started, here’s a list of the items in your wallet you can stop carrying around right now. […]

How To Stay On Your Bride Fit Program During Holiday Weekends

We kick off summer with Memorial Day Weekend, which usually involves “fun” in the sun and includes food and beverages that are not supporting your Bride Fit Body goals! 

How to Make a Baby (In a Lab)

An in depth overview of how in vitro fertilization (IVF) has advanced since its beginning in the late 1970s. Many couples have difficulty conceiving and need the assistance of IVF. IVF mimics the natural process of fertilization within the human body. A brief review of the natural process provides a platform for a technical description […]

bleeding during pregnancy

Bleeding During Pregnancy (First Trimester)

Vaginal bleeding during the first three months of pregnancy is relatively common and usually is a cause of concern for the mother. While early bleeding may indicate the presence of a serious problem, this is frequently not the case. Any time you notice bleeding during pregnancy, it is appropriate to call your doctor. It is […]

A Money Pro’s 3 Top Tips For Your Finances

Your financial future is ultimately up to you. Liz Davidson, founder and chief executive of Financial Finesse, a financial education firm, in her new book, “What Your Financial Advisor Isn’t Telling You,” delves into why it is important to save for your future financial security. She discusses her impressions of the American populace’s preparation for […]

Senior Meal Planning Made Easy With Online Software

Who knew that technology could be a way to keep healthy and a highly beneficial way to keep track of a seniors’ nutritional needs? From diabetes, to a low sodium diet or healthy heart diet, there is software available for keeping track of meal plans and dietary needs of elderly individuals.

What You Need to Know About Mold

Mold occurs in 30 percent of United States households, but the public is largely unaware of the issues that the toxin can present to the human body. Issues such as memory loss, fatigue, headaches, coughing, and development delays can occur from exposure. Furthermore, the problem is not unique to just leakage in structures. New construction […]

Elevated Testosterone in Women with PCOS

Elevated testosterone levels in women with PCOS can lead to hirsutism, acne, hair loss, virilization, menstrual problems and over time infertility. High levels of testosterone are considered hyperandrogenism. Women with PCOS count for large numbers of cases of hyperandrogenism. With PCOS being the most common reproductive problem in women of childbearing age. With hyperandrogenism ovaries […]