Fitness Expert, Frank Sepe, Shares His Tips – February was National Heart Health Month, so we put together tips to help you get moving into all the months ahead! According to the American Heart Association, exercising for as little as 30 minutes a day can reduce your risk of heart disease.
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!
When I heard about my friend Raj’s heart attack, I was shocked. He was a lifelong vegetarian, worked out daily, and maintained a healthy weight. If someone like Raj could have a heart attack, how could I prevent the same thing from happening to me?
Alright, winter is here and now it’s time to think about your skin. Even here in South Florida, there is less humidity in the air, and that means dryness. The lack of moisture (even in the air) can cause our skin to be dry, flaky, pale and simply unattractive.
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!
When was the last day you stopped to take care of yourself? Or better yet, to really spoil yourself? Amidst the craziness that is life – taking care of your families, running our homes and for many of us operating as businesswomen as well, we often let ourselves move to the very bottom of the list.
I’ve always prided myself on my vision. When I was younger, I used to brag about my eyesight to the point of saying that Superman wished he could see as well as I could. My hubris came back to haunt me when I reached my 30s. Suddenly, my vision had met its kryptonite.
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®.