FitBits and other wearable fitness tracking devices are all the rage right now. According to market research firm NPD Group, one in 10 Americans currently owns one. Depending on the type, a tracker (also known as an "activity monitor") can be used to record and monitor...Read More
The following is a guest post by Dana DuGan.
Sugar, refined, over-processed and caloric-heavy, is our country's health bête noire. We love it, and we know we must hate it.
Sure, people are aware of the dangers of too much sugar in the diet. Consuming excess sugar can lead...Read More
It’s harvest time in the Wood River Valley, and our local markets are bursting with fresh locally grown produce. Carrots, onions, zucchini, tomatoes, corn, peppers and potatoes are at the peak of ripeness and packed with nutrients. This simple and surprisingly flavorful soup...Read More
When it comes to fitness, what’s your relationship status? If you answered “single” - meaning, you work out alone - you may be missing out. Exercising with a friend or group could help you be more consistent, elevate your fitness program and achieve new goals. Whether you...Read More