If you’re feeling zapped of energy, you’re not alone. We’ve been enduring the global pandemic for over a year now, and it’s tiring, both physically and mentally. And the recent switch to Daylight Savings Time might have thrown your biological clock out of whack. So, it seems a good time to talk about various ways […]
March is National Nutrition Month, and Dr. Craig B. Frey and Dr. Megan L. Oltmann of Foot & Ankle Associates of Cleveland ask important health questions about nutrition. What does adequately nourished mean? Is it all just about the food you eat? What does proper nutrition have to do with your feet and ankles? Let’s take those questions one at a […]
A diet rich in a variety of foods is best for our bodies, from our heads to our toes, inside and out. Skin looks and feels better when we eat well. Our digestive system works more smoothly. Our bones, joints, tendons, and muscles remain strong and supple.
Planting vegetables into individual containers puts deliciousness right outside your back door or on your patio or balcony. It’s fun, easy, cost-saving, and space-saving.
March is National Nutrition Month, you can teach kids that good nutrition is important for their feet. If we want our feet to continue allowing us to stand, walk, run, and play sports, we’ve got to take in the right nutrients.