Author: Kaci Kleeman, Health Coach

  • You Can’t Fix Something that Never Worked – This Is The Truth About Obamacare

    You Can’t Fix Something that Never Worked – This Is The Truth About Obamacare

    There is an old saying that goes something like this, “If it isn’t broken, don’t fix it,” which is meant to be a sly joke on anyone who wants to dabble in DIY projects and always ends up making things worse. In the case of Obamacare, there isn’t much you can do to make it…

  • Health Benefits Of Having Sex

    Health Benefits Of Having Sex

    Sex has a multitude of health benefits. It can improve physical and mental health, and is even associated with a longer life expectancy. What are the benefits of having sex? One of the best health benefits of sex is that it can improve cardiovascular health. Sex can increase heart rate and blood flow, which can…

  • Dr. Oz’s Insomnia Cure Lands Him A Lawsuit

    Dr. Oz’s Insomnia Cure Lands Him A Lawsuit

    Dr. Mehmet Oz, once beloved as “America’s doctor,” has been hit with multiple lawsuits, this time about an insomnia cure. On his popular day time television program, The Dr. Oz Show, he touted an insomnia cure called the “Knapsack Heated Rice Footsie.” While it sounds more like a close relative of the Snuggie than a…

  • Bed Bug Bites: What Do They Look Like & How To Treat Them

    Bed Bug Bites: What Do They Look Like & How To Treat Them

    Bed bugs are small, wingless insects that feed on the blood of humans and animals. They are oval in shape and are typically reddish-brown in color. Bed bugs are nocturnal and are most active at night, when they emerge from their hiding places to feed on their hosts. Bed bugs are commonly found in places…

  • Acne

    Acne

    What is acne? Acne is the term used to describe the skin irritation, bumps and pustules that typically appear on the face, back, shoulders, chest and neck of both men and women, during and after puberty. Acne occurs when a hair follicle becomes blocked and oil (sebum) that would normally be secreted on to the…

  • Are guinea fowl eggs nutritious? Here are the facts about these interesting birds.

    Are guinea fowl eggs nutritious? Here are the facts about these interesting birds.

    Are you wondering about getting some backyard guineas for eggs? If you can get past their noisy sounds all day long, then maybe guineas are for you. Let’s take a look at the nutritious facts of guinea eggs. Are guinea eggs good for you? Yes, guinea fowl eggs are generally considered healthy and nutritious. They…

  • A Comprehensive List Of The Best Sources Of Protein

    A Comprehensive List Of The Best Sources Of Protein

    Protein intake is something that is very individualized, however, for most American’s, we consume too much. A good recommendation to follow is approximately 0.8 g of protein per kg of body weight for most healthy people. The FDA recommends we need to consume about 50 grams of protein per day. A helpful hint is to get…

  • 5 Easy Ways to Lose Weight

    5 Easy Ways to Lose Weight

    Losing weight is the goal of many of us. But, it can be difficult to do. There are so many different diets out there, all offering different guidance or quick fixes. It’s hard to know what to do for the best. At the end of the day, the best ways to lose weight, and lead…

  • Dr. Oz Features The MELT Method for Drug-Free Pain Relief

    Dr. Oz Features The MELT Method for Drug-Free Pain Relief

    On the Dr. Oz show, author Sue Hitzmann will be revealing free and simple techniques to help ease pain without medication. Hitzmann will be discussing her book on pain relief, The MELT Method. The MELT Method refers to a self-treatment technique that is intended to prevent pain, heal injuries, and remove the negative side effects of…

  • Forget the Microwave Popcorn or Increase Your Risk of Alzheimer’s

    Forget the Microwave Popcorn or Increase Your Risk of Alzheimer’s

    Microwave popcorn has yet another strike against it as researchers announce that diacetyl, a substance used to give the snack its buttery flavor, has a structure similar to beta-amyloid protein clumping in the brain, which is associated with Alzheimer’s disease. They also found that the harmful substance can pass from the blood to the brain, penetrating…