We’re taking a peek behind the scenes at Puritan’s Pride, where our team is dedicated to helping you make good decisions about health and wellness. Kristin Schierenbeck is a Certified Nutrition Specialist for Puritan’s Pride. In this two part series, Kristin answers questions about healthy lifestyles, and shows us a little bit more about her job, dedicated to helping people live healthy lives.
I never understood how deeply depression could affect someone’s life until I watched my friend deal with it.
After the fun of the holidays, the cold and darkness of winter can pack a powerful punch. With the sun setting around dinnertime, it’s sometimes tough to feel as perky as we might like to be. The “Winter Blues,” or Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD), can be quite debilitating for some people, so today I wanted to talk about a few things that can help get you through those dreary days of winter with a smile on your face!
Your pets are members of your family and you want to give them the best all year round. The winter can be especially tough on pets so it’s a good time to start thinking about how to keep your furry friends safe this season.
My daughter failed her first test in preschool–a vision test. She was so near-sighted in her left eye that she couldn’t see the big “E” on the eye chart without straining.
Grocery shopping does not top the list of my favorite things to do, but I’m probably in our local market at least three times a week just for more fresh fruits and vegetables. If you must know, I have to go back every few days just to keep my home stocked with oranges. Each time I buy them, I purchase 15 to 20 at a time. I’m not kidding.
February is Heart Health Month, so what better way to celebrate than with a fun and informative Twitter Party? Join us on Thursday, February 20th from 9-10 pm ET to talk about all Matters of the Heart!
By far one of my favorite things to do with my small people is to head outside. Whether we are running, jumping or just enjoying each other in the fresh air, I do love that quality family time and I especially appreciate that the exercise is good for us. But you and I both know the opportunities for this type of family togetherness greatly diminishes as the temperatures drop.
I’m a totally laid-back type of gal. Everything rolls off my back. I deal with things as they come, and I almost never worry. At least that’s what I tell everyone. But if I am so laid back, what about the following?
As a college student in the 90s, I spent much time watching late-night TV. As a consequence, I witnessed the golden age of infomercials – Ginsu® knives, spray-on hair, the ThighMaster™, and psychic hotlines. But my favorite was the Jack LaLanne PowerJuicer®.