Memorial Day means grilling season is here! But you don't always have to grill hamburgers and hot dogs. Instead try these 3 healthier options and throw them on the grill this Memorial Day Weekend. Cedar Plank Dill Salmon: Ingredients - cedar grilling plank, fresh salmon filet, fresh bunch of dill weed, fresh lemon Directions - Soak the cedar plank in water for at least one hour before grilling. Place the fresh dill on the cedar plank and then place the salmon on top. Brea
As we all emerge from the pandemic, more of us will find ourselves traveling or commuting to work again. But long hours of seating can lead to pain and stiffness. So try these 3 exercises while you are traveling to keep things together! Calf Stretches: Getting tightness in our calves can lead to foot pain, ankles problems and even knee injuries. So keeping them stretched and flexible is important. To complete this stretch gently pull your toes up towards you while your heels
Golf season is upon us and what a better way to get outside and exercise. But getting back into the swing of things can be tricky! Make sure to complete these 3 golfer stretches before you hit the course to prevent soreness and injury. Your body will thank you later! Forearm Stretch: To prevent "golfer's elbow" not only do you want to loosen your grip, you should also complete this forearm stretch. To complete this stretch, extend your elbow straight out in front of you.
There is a lot of misinformation out there about what is truly healthy and good for us. And it can be hard to navigate what is healthy if you are not a healthcare provider or study health for a living. Check out these three health myths. Gluten Free is Good for Everyone: It is true that lowering our intake of foods that contain processed wheat flour is good for all of us. Gluten is the protein found in wheat flour. However, switching our diet from abstaining from wheat fl
Stress can be overwhelming and bad for our health. But there are ways to manage our stress to help us stay healthy and well. Try these things to help reduce stress and put your mind at ease. Listen to the Ocean: Listening to the calming, melodic sound of the ocean can help regulate our breathing. This will help our heart rate slow, our blood pressure to decrease, and our mind to be at ease. If you cannot get to the actual ocean, try using a sound app on your smartphone.
I recently collaborated on an article in The Healthy about calf stretching. Having tight calves can lead to many injuries including foot pain, ankle sprains, plantar fasciitis, and stress fractures. And since stretching your calf muscles is so easy, I recommend everyone do it! To check out the article and to get the stretches, just click the link here! And for more information about straying healthy visit my website at www.saramikulsky.com