Maintaining a healthy diet while juggling a heavy course load and work (not to mention a social life) isn’t impossible. Follow these five pointers to stay healthy this semester. Eat Breakfast. Eating breakfast has been linked to better concentration, improved memory and cognition, lower cholesterol, greater energy throughout the day, greater performance at work/school, jump … Read more College Meal Plan 101: 5 steps to healthy eating
Are CSA and home garden greens taking over your kitchen? Resolution’s dietitian, Brianna, shares her top 8 deliciously creative ways to use your veggies before they wilt. (You’ll want a blender or food processor for most of these.) Drink ’em now…or later. Wash greens and freeze them. Later, toss them into a blender with your … Read more 8 delicious ways to use your CSA greens
Many of the injuries our clients seek relief from are caused by office work. Low back pain, wrist pain, neck pain, shoulder pain, headaches…they stem from sitting for up to 15 hours a day. (Yep, even driving home and kicking back on the couch after work adds to the stress that sitting causes your body.) … Read more How to Prevent Office Injury
Eating local typically means eating food that was grown within 100 miles of where it’s purchased. But why does it matter? Our dietitian, Brianna, rounded up some of the top reasons you should Eat Local. More nutrients. Local food is packed full of nutrients due to the quality of soil the food is grown in. … Read more Why should I eat local?
Fueling your body is important if you want to get the most out of your exercise. Whether you’re a Cross-Fit athlete, a yogi, a runner, or a cyclist, follow these dietitian-approved recommendations. PRE WORKOUT HYDRATE. If your urine looks more like apple juice than lemonade, it’s a sure sign that you are dehydrated. Dehydration leads … Read more Ask a Dietitian: What should I eat before and after I work out?
Do you get headaches while exercising? Chances are you may be losing electrolytes or minerals too quickly and your body is struggling to replenish them. Be sure you stay hydrated throughout the day, not just while you exercise. Drink about 16 oz of water 2-3 hours before your sweat session. Sip another 8 oz of … Read more Ask a Dietitian: How can I avoid headaches from working out?
Perhaps you’ve heard someone quip, “Love what you do and you’ll never work a day in your life.” There’s a way you can “love what you do” even if you don’t have your dream job: VOLUNTEER! Volunteering is “an act of free will that results in benefits to others.” Studies over the years show that volunteering … Read more 7+ Ways Volunteering Helps YOU
Your immunity impacts whether you get sick (be it viral, bacterial or fungal), how sick you get, and for how long you’ll be fighting illness before you feel better. As Winter in Madison is in full swing, we want to share a few tips for supporting and strengthening your immunity so you stay well all … Read more Winter Wellness: Supporting Immunity to Stay Well
We all need to periodically change our exercise routine. Whether you haven’t been exercising lately and want to get back into the habit, you’ve been sidelined due to injury and want to get back to what you love, or you are an engaged athlete experiencing a plateau–there are always times we need to shake things … Read more Exercise for Everyone: Massage to Help Start a New Routine
We’ve all got it. We all want less of it. Stress. We all have stressors in our lives, and the evidence continues to pile up that too much stress causes not only discontent, but serious health problems. So, what’s the deal? Should we try to eliminate stress?! At Resolution, we believe: Stress CAN be managed … Read more Hey, Resolution Squad: How do YOU #ManageStress?