July 2014 Articles and Recipes

July 31, 2014

Whew! I hope you are beating the heat and dodging the crazy weather that some parts of the country are experiencing. In my neck of the woods, it’s hot–though I feel like it’s cooler than last year–and threatening with monsoons (’tis the season for them). We’ve had a few major flash floods already this month alone. 

 

This doesn’t mean that you can’t get out and be active, however. There are plenty of ways to do exercise at home. Body weight exercises that incorporate functional training are excellent ways to stay in shape and prevent injury from common, everyday movements. There are also plenty of at-home workout websites with relatively decent monthly fees for those looking to mix things up without a whole lot of equipment.

 

If you do work out at home, keep in mind the common hazards of doing so. Carpet is a major tripping hazard, as are shoelaces, toys, pets, and even kids. If your household is anything like mine, my daughter wants to be at the center of the action. This is why I do my workout during nap time! Did I mention, nap times are wonderful? You can get things finished (like blog posts, for instance ;))

 

Below are listed the articles and recipes that I’ve been squirreling away for you. I hope you enjoy them and find them useful in mixing up your regular regimen. 

 

Articles

Natural Dental Care

How to Make Soap

One Spice vs. 14 Drugs

Dark Chocolate and Good Gut Health

7 Reasons to Eat More Fat

Chakra Nutrition

Is Obesity Contagious?

The Real Reason People are Overweight

Habits Preventing Weight Loss

Why You Should Take Time to Meditate

The Mind-body Man

Best Biceps Exercises

Can You Train Upper and Lower Abs Separately?

The Problem with Lifting Too Little

Has HIIT Gotten Out of Hand?

Understanding/Preventing Common Running Injuries

Summer Boot Camp: Core, Legs, and Arms

5 Core Exercises without the Crunch

10 Moves for Men

TRX Full-body Blast Workout

Soccer-inspired Workout

6 Great Post-run Yoga Moves

Breast Cancer Survivors and Yoga

Benefits of Pilates

Teens and Stress

Stress and Exercise Habits

 

Recipes

Apple Pie Overnight Oatmeal

Date-sweetened Granola

Garlic Scape Chickpea Omelette with Potato Salad

Celery, Fennel, and Green Apple Salad

Cancer-fighting Red Cabbage Salad

Baby Bok Choy Stoup

Asian-style Cancer-fighting Veggie Soup

Spicy Mushroom and Bok Choy Stir-fry

Toasted Beef Ravioli (Paleo)

Roasted Cauliflower and Chickpea Tacos

Paleo/Vegan Pizza Crust

Fail-proof Fruit Custard

Paleo Tiramasu, Brownies, and Condiments

Chocolate Zucchini Coconut Cake

6 Things You Didn’t Know about Watermelons (plus a recipe)

6 Great Pre-workout Snacks

5 Great Post-workout Snacks

Homemade Spinach Dip

How to Make Lemon Extract

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