Great Tips to Get in Shape and Stay in Shape

By StatePoint Losing weight and living a healthier lifestyle top millions of people’s list of goals. Unfortunately, it’s a lot easier to set a goal than it is to actually achieve it, so it’s important to have a game plan if you want to see results. Here are some sustainable tips to help you lose […]

Top 10 Health Tips for Men

By WebMD An expert offers advice on how to boost your sex life, rev up your workouts, and live better. Take charge of your health, gents. The sooner you do it, the better. “It’s not cool for a guy to wait until he’s 50 to see a doctor,” says Steven Lamm, MD, the medical director […]

Clark’s Nutrition Health Tip

Clark’s Tips  The Meta-Diet! By Clark’s Nutrition The search to find a “one-size-fits-all” approach to nutrition and health has led to the proliferation of diets and eating philosophies. Some diets exclude certain combined macronutrients at certain times of the day, while others originate from certain regions or exotic locales and tout themselves as nutritional panaceas. […]

Live Better Health tip

Put Up A Resistance (Training) For Bone Health By C Doussett M.P.H., R.D.N. of Clark’s Nutrition and Natural Foods Market The oft-forgotten skeleton is one of our most powerful allies in the quest for health and a long life. Our skeletons not only keep us upright, but they protect vital organs, link body systems to […]

Tips to Prevent the Spread of Back-to-School Germs

By StatePoint   Back-to-school is an exciting time of year for families, but it also means new exposures to germs. From school desks found to have 400 times more bacteria than the average toilet, to personal items like backpacks and cell phones, germs are everywhere. Taking steps to reduce exposure can make for a healthier […]

Give The Ferris A Day Off!

Courtesy of C. Doussett MPH, RDN of Clark’s Nutrition For many people, dieting is like being on a Ferris wheel, there are high and lows and at the start, it’s nothing but promises and anticipation. Yet too often the process is predictably circular and ends up back where it started. For others, dieting is like […]

West Nile In Walnut

City of Walnut   Walnut – On Friday, July 18, 2015 the San Gabriel Valley Mosquito and Vector Control District notified the City of Walnut that mosquitos taken from two of the four traps located near Creekside Park tested positive for West Nile Virus. San Gabriel Valley Vector Control has mosquito traps throughout the region. Mosquitos […]

What Is A Superfood?

Courtesy of Michael Barnett of Clarks Nutriton   Superfood is “a nutrient-rich food considered to be especially beneficial for health and well-being, increasing health and vitality,” according to the Oxford Dictionary. With this definition it might be possible that a lot of foods are Superfoods. The reason for the ‘super’ foods label is because of […]

Did You Know?

Living with Diabetes   Courtesy of IEHP Nearly 16 million people in the United States have diabetes. But diabetes can be treated.  With the right care and some lifestyle changes, you’ll feel better, and enjoy a long and healthy life. What is diabetes? When you have diabetes, your body does not have enough of the hormone […]

Is Your Water Safe to Drink?

Courtesy of State Point Although many Americans are aware of the water crises taking place in different parts of the country, such as Flint, Michigan and New Jersey, most believe themselves to be far removed from these situations. Experts caution however, that what’s happening there could happen anywhere, anytime to whole neighborhoods, individual streets or […]