How exercise supports the immune system and how to keep active during the busy holidays.
The regenerative and healing properties of bone broth are abundant, and you will enjoy this post which speaks to its many benefits and a simple recipe to prepare at home.
An interview with the author and director of SMALL PARTS, a play inspired by the author’s real life experience directing his mother’s first play about her experience with ovarian cancer.
It’s easy to get swept away in Halloween culture and candy, but it’s also important to note that this time of year doesn’t have to be frightful for your health.
How many times have you been told to drink more water? As a nutritionist I often question people about how much and what kind of liquid they are drinking, and encourage them to drink a bit more. Other factors to consider, and just as important as how much you drink, is when you drink and the quality of your drinking water.
Regular exercise has been associated with significant improvements to physical, mental, and emotional health, including, increasing energy, decreasing stress, helping you sleep more soundly, making it easier to carry laundry
September is Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month and InspireHealth would like to share a story about one of our patients who has improved her quality of life and outlook since her cancer diagnosis.
Our latest blog post features a special submission from Barb Bates, who is a certified oncology esthetician, certified esthetician and certified post mastectomy bra fitter.
There are some nasty chemicals produced when we grill meats, especially fatty meats. Known carcinogens, heterocyclic amines (HCAs) and polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons are formed when meat is cooked over high heat on an open flame. The good news is, there are ways to dramatically reduce the amount of HCAs and PAHs formed when cooking. (Barbecue image: Jeroen Kransen)