POST PUBLISHED INDecember, 2011
December 19th, 201110:53 AM ETReligious activity is generally associated with good physical and mental health. But it also is associated with higher rates of obesity. On the surface, this just does not make sense. A half dozen studies of mortality risks in the last ten years have found that frequent worship attenders were anywhere from 18% to 35% less likely than non-attende...
December 06th, 201101:55 PM ETIt's easy to let your training and dieting efforts drop to the wayside during the Holidays, but don't despair because the attitude you have when you have that extra helping of food or dessert can have as much of an effect on the scale or in the mirror, as those extra calories and fat grams. If you are in a happy, joyous state of mind...go ahe...
About this blog
The latest health blog with in-depth analysis from The Christian Post.
- Are You 'Working Out' Your Salvation?
- Why Do You Choose to Eat in Unhealthy Ways?
- Want to Change a (Sinful) Habit? Reckon Yourself to Be Dead to Sin
- Most Searched for Herbs - What the Science Says About Them
- A Week With No Sugar in My Coffee - How Knowledge Plays a Role in Changing Behavior
- Changing An Unhealthy Habit: Sugar Addiction and Your Brain
- Changing My Unhealthy & Sinful Behavior: It’s A Matter of My Mind, Will & Heart
- 24 hour saliva test acidic foods acidity and alkalinity alkaline foods ars healthy steps program cortisol testing digestive enzymes for reflux fatigue food combining forgiveness health and fitness Health Care irritable bowel magnesium for strong bones mood swings natural approaches for osteoporosis natural holistic medicine natural relief for heartburn osteoprosois overeting ph ratio of good to bad fats staying fit staying healthy stress overload weight loss and dieting tips