We’ve experienced some dramatic and unhealthy lifestyle changes in the last half century that have contributed to the trend of the human “muffin top” shape. There are ways to combat this however. Here are a nine tips for curing the muffin top.
Learn about the importance of relaxation as part of a healthy lifestyle. De-stress and improve your health by relaxing.
It’s the end of winter. Your vitamin D stores are somewhat depleted and the Christmas/New Year’s weight might be stubbornly hanging on. It’s time to re-energize by getting active, eating good food, breathing fresh mountain air and surrounding yourself with like-minded people.
Spas of America has listed its best Canadian spas of 2012, and we’re honoured to have been with such strong company. We are open seasonally, with our main focus being the summer ReBoot and Renewal in BC, and shorter programs in the Winter and in Mexico.
Although a healthy diet and exercise are crucial to regulating blood sugar and preventing pre-diabetes, other factors are also proven to be at cause for insulin resistance. Anxiety and stress also have a major role to play in this condition. Read more in Kirkland’s blog.
Maintaining a regular sleep-wake cycle in the darker winter months is vital to staying healthy and combating Seasonal Affective Disorder. Also it's important to maintain proper nutrition as well. Combined these tips can help beat the winter blues.
Does your career require you to travel? Whether you love or hate it, it doesn't have be a dreaded journey of indigestion, poor sleep, stress and anxiety.
Is it possible to adopt a “spa retreat” state of mind along the way, so your cortisol isn’t sky high? With a bit of planning and intention, there are things you can do to stay more relaxed and calm amidst the hectic pace.