The secret to making perfect scrambled eggs is all about patience… and the proper pan. To make breakfast for two, grab 4 to 6 eggs, six tablespoons of milk, salt, and pepper to taste. Chopped Crack eggs on a flat surface into a deep bowl. Thin the egg mixture with milk, cream, lemon juice, even […]
Food made from barley, cornmeal, oats, rice, rye, wheat, are grain products. For example Bread, cereal, grits, pasta, popcorn, rice, tortillas, sometimes we eat more grains than what we need. Seek out those foods that are low in saturated, trans fat, and have little added sugar when possible. Note – low-fat baked goods can be […]
Your joints are a delicate issue. Imagine them as a rock beaten by the ocean. It wears out into a pebble. The same with your joints, the cartilage that keeps your bones from rubbing against each other. They’re many factors for this to happen. They won’t grow back. Once you have osteoporosis you’re left with pain […]
You may not believe it, but walking can be very beneficial to your health. Not only does it help you increase your cardiovascular system y also has other benefits. Creativity. Walking gives you an opportunity to clear your mind and get creative. Taking a stroll when you’re stumped for an idea go for a walk to […]
Also known as Neuromuscular therapy consists of alternating levels of pressure muscle tissue that cause pain in other parts of the body, which are called Trigger Points. Usually, the pain may be sharp, intense or a dull ache.
One of Sam’s most popular types of massage. It involves the use of his hands, forearms and elbows to manipulate the superficial layers of your muscles to improve mental and physical health.
Although Deep Tissue is similar to a Swedish massage, the focus is on the deepest layers of muscle tissue, tendons, and fascia allowing a release of chronic muscle tension.
You can keep that relaxing feeling after a massage if you plan for it. Make your appoints at the time that is appropriate for you that is after all your stresses have been handles. You don’t want to be winding down and comfortable and then go to a busy and hectic schedule with stress right […]
When we exercise, get nervous, in the heat, and other environments, we sweat. That is our body’s function to keep our body cool. We need to maintain our body at a core temperature of 96.5*. If we get too cold, our body stops to function properly. If our body gets too hot, our body organs […]
Is a treatment that helps release tension in the fascia, the protective layer surrounding muscles, bones and joints) due to trauma, posture, or inflammation.