WP Calorie Calculator Pro

WP Calorie Calculator Pro – Your Key To Attract Users

Continuing to throw great health blog ideas in, we can’t let you miss this news: a new, Pro version of WP Calorie Calculator is out! You may already know the plugin if you run a healthy living-related website - it is one of the things we recommend for amping up…
Healthy Blogging

Healthy Blogging: Best Ways To Promote Healthy Lifestyle

Eating healthy, exercising, living actively - those are some great values to promote. But there’s a dangerously thin borderline between recommending good practices and implicitly punishing for not following them. How to avoid crossing it when running a blog about healthy living and achieve your goals without pushing too hard?…
Heart Health Improvement

Heart Health

Heart disease is the leading cause of death, according to the Centers For Disease Control and Prevention. The CDC estimates that nearly half of these deaths were preventable. The World Health Organization goes even further and suggests that 80% of premature heart attacks and strokes were preventable. What can you…
Fitness Done Right

Fitness Done Right: More Than Just Muscles

We work hard to be more healthy and fit, exercise regularly and eat right, but are we truly fit? Health and fitness involve living in a body that is reliable, capable and functional. Due to functional fitness, we can get out of a chair unassisted, walk without falling, climb stairs…
4 Reasons You Aren't Losing Weight

4 reasons you aren’t losing weight

Losing weight is tough at the best of times. Every now and again, you find yourself craving junk food, feeling hungry, tired and miserable, and barely losing any weight at all. All this can make it too tempting to throw the towel in and call it quits. Obesity, or rather,…

Sugar Vs. Healthy Diet – Myths And Facts

“Eat healthy food!” says everything and everyone these days. And it seems like we hardly need an explanation for the word healthy here: lots of protein, lots of veggies, no sugar… Or just less sugar? Should we cut sugar from our diet? Or how much of it is still considered…