Breathing, we spend most of our life not even thinking about it, but when breathing gets tough, it becomes our number one priority. Certified personal trainer, Annie Pipkin's article has breathing exercises and ideas to help you improve your breath capacity and cardio health.
Lifestyle Measures to Reduce the Risk of Breast Cancer Recurrence
For breast cancer survivors, finishing the cancer treatments doesn’t mark the end of their journey with the disease. It is the beginning of a new normal, where lifestyle choices can improve future outcomes. Here is a review of some lifestyle measures that can reduce or increase the risk of breast cancer recurrence, plus, a delicious pumpkin fritter recipe.
Exercise can boost your mood, give your immune system a kick, and help relieve some cancer-related aches and pains. Certified personal trainer Annie Pipkin has a quick interval workout that can be adjusted to any fitness level and done in the comfort of your home.
Breast Cancer and the Sunshine Vitamin- Why You Should Add Vitamin D to Your Toolbox for Beating Breast Cancer
Vitamin D helps our immune function, strengthens our bones, and can even boost our mood. For women undergoing breast cancer treatment, it could play an even bigger role in enhancing the effectiveness of chemotherapy and radiation. Dr. Todd Robinson, a naturopathic doctor who partners with Ackerman Cancer Center as a part of our wellness program and whole-patient care.
Sourdough has lots of health benefits, especially if you are trying to control your glucose levels or improve your gut health. To maximize those benefits, it's best to make your own bread using a sourdough starter. Karen has some wonderful resources on how to get our own bread starter going, and why sourdough can be a healthy bread option.