Bringing You More Wellness Insights
March 20, 2014
After taking a long break from posting new articles and videos, I’m happy to announce that HHB Life is back in full swing. And now I can offer you more insights and help on the hottest wellness and beauty trends, and health topics with my newly completed Certificate of Sports Nutrition and Performance from Washington State University.
I decided to continue my education last year, after being inspired by some wonderful people in the sports and wellness industry that I met on my travels. I think we can never have too much education, and we can continue learning and acquiring new knowledge and skills at any age.
I have learned a lot about the broad subject of Nutrition, including functional foods, sports nutrition, weight loss strategies, and general knowledge for public health through proper diets. By learning to differentiate proper scientific research and valid peer-reviewed studies from mere myths and anecdote-based writing, I feel more confident in writing my own articles and discussing topics related to all areas of nutrition on HHB Life.
Thank you reading this blog and being part of this lovely community of people who want to live a Healthy Happy and Beautiful Life with me. I look forward to brining you so much more in the near future!
Normally, this Russian/Ukrainian traditional soup is made with beef or pork, but I believe it is absolutely not necessary to add meat, as it tastes amazing as a vegetarian dish
I got back home from one of the most amazing weeks of my life a few weeks ago, and it’s taken me some time to try and come up with a description and explanation for how incredible the Burning Man experience was.
I take the expression “you are what you drink” almost literally, since about 70 per cent of our bodies are made up of water and about 90 per cent of our blood supply is water.
Snacking, munching, noshing, nibbling…there are many words to describe this unhealthy habit of eating after you’ve already eaten. Eating after dinner (or any other main meal for that matter) is one