Health Clicks: Reader's Favorite Health Tips and Strategies


A variety of health tips and strategies


Here are some popular posts from The Health-Minded you may have missed this year.  I cover a variety of topics here at The Health-Minded that can help you create a healthy lifestyle for yourself and your family. There are so many ways to go about it and these posts reflect that assortment. The topics range from how to create a home gym with no space or much cash to when to treat a fever and even how to take your coffee.  I sure had a lot of fun putting them together for you, and I look forward to creating lots more in 2015 and, of course, hearing about how you stay health-minded, too!




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Please, click on the links, take a peek and, as always, let me know what you think!

1.  Just another example of how green can do so much darn good! 

2.  Low funds and little space, but want to get in shape? Here's how to fix that!

3.  Expand your choices of adding a touch of sweet and drizzle this over your dish or try this one here to reap loads of health benefits.

4.  This gland has a lot to do with a whole lot in your body. Best take care of it.

5.  Get the softest skin ever with hardly spending a dollar!

6.  Sleep like a baby tonight with a routine like this one.

7.  Warm up this winter with a technique that gets rid of the gunk as well.

8.  What's on your spice shelf? Here's some of what is on mine and why.

9.  Sometimes, your body knows best.

10.  Here is what to season your food with most of the time.

11.  Next time you change your sheets, you may want to change this, too!

12.  Some like it iced, some like it black, but science is showing us a morning cup can be a healthy start.

10 comments:

  1. All awesome posts ~ but I particularly enjoyed the "sleep like a baby" post, so many people struggle with sleep issues and it's far to easy to take bad drugs instead of a "healthy minded" approach. And of course the one about drinking coffee. Just saw something on the news saying the same thing - to drink coffee. So I'd better do it! Hope you had a wonderful Christmas Lori and a great New Year! Can't believe it's almost 2015 already, yikes.

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    1. Thanks for the kind words, Tom! I appreciate you taking the time to comment. A healthy and happy new year to you and yours as well!

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  2. I love this round up :) I look forward to reading your health and wellness posts! Wishing you a very Happy New year :D

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    1. Thank you so much. Wishes for a memorable 2015 to you as well! I always get inspired by your healthy recipes and positive outlook, Ceara!

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  3. Great links Lori! I especially like the one about coffee. I've read that it's good for the liver and that it may help to prevent skin cancer. I don't care if it has caffeine, I'm drinking my morning cup.:)

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    1. I look forward to my morning cup or two so much as well, Linda! Depending on your make-up -- and what you put in it :) -- coffee can be part of a healthy diet. Interesting about the skin cancer prevention. Thanks for the tip!

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  4. I've really enjoyed all of these posts! I especially found the sleeping habits and food seasoning posts to be incredibly helpful. Thanks so much for always sharing helpful information with us!

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    1. Glad you have found the information helpful, Valerie. Happy you stopped in and took the time to comment. That always means a lot. Have a healthy, happy new year!

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  5. I somehow managed to miss a few of these wonderful posts, Lori, so it's catch-up time for me! I like the sound of that date syrup!
    Happy New Year!

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    1. It is yummy - a bit expensive but great with so many things. I am sure you being so creative in the kitchen will find inventive ways to use it - no doubt!

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