Tips From Your Back-To-School Health Headquarters

Let Betsy’s be your back-to-school health headquarters with these important tips to help make this upcoming school year the very best. Discover dorm room necessities, nutritional musts and simple exercises to manage stress for all ages below. For the dorm room Essential oils that are truly essential. Spend much time in a dorm, and you’ll…

Conquering Belly Fat: The Best Summer Weight Loss Guide, Part 5 of 6

Read Part One, Two, Three, Four Join Betsy’s this summer on a weight loss journey with our six-part series, The Best Summer Weight Loss Guide. In Part Five, we look at the importance of core strength in taking control of dreaded belly fat. Don’t miss these belly-busting tips. Whether it’s fat found just beneath the…

Longevity: Could these 9 secrets be the key to longer life?

What can the world’s oldest people teach us all about living better, happier and longer? Learn how to use the Power 9 as a recipe for longevity in your own home—the nine lifestyle principles outlined in The Blue Zones (National Geographic, 2012) by Dan Buettner, a New York Times best seller showcasing five locations in…

There’s Gluten In That?: Infographic

10 Surprising Gluten-Containing Foods Whether you have an actual allergy or just plain feel better when you avoid gluten, you’re part of a growing group of people when you choose to eat a gluten-free diet. Despite its popularity, avoiding gluten in your diet may not be as easy as one would think. For one, gluten…

You Want To Know These Four Ways To Curb Your Appetite Naturally

When you decide to focus on a weight loss plan, healthful eating is a step in the right direction, but there are also several natural supplements to help you control your appetite. Many people, however, remain skeptical of products’ weight loss claims because of all the diet hype. Unfortunately, there’s no quick-fix diet or product…

Move Over Muscles: Surprising Amino Acid Benefits

Amino acids. Strands of these molecules form the building blocks of protein. When you digest protein, your body breaks it down into individual amino acids and then reconstitutes them as needed. And amino acids are needed for a variety of functions in the body, in part because your body needs protein to build cells as…