For many of us, a New Year’s resolution looks like a decision to exercise more, eat less, or lose weight. But in our quest for an ideal, it’s important that we remember that health, not a specific weight or size, should be at the root of how we treat our bodies. Better health choices begin in our home kitchens. Here are TK kitchen practices for better health for your entire household in 2019.
One of the hardest jobs on earth is being a mother. Here are a few tips that all working moms can utilize to find time for themselves and revitalize not only the mind but the body as well.
Our bodies are 60 percent water – making it essential to our health and vitality. It is the most necessary component for bodily functions such as digestion and removal of toxins and is responsible for keeping our energy levels high. The abundance and quality of our water should be a top priority.
If you are a new parent, then your baby’s health is your number one priority over everything else in your life. While you’ve likely done your research into food, vitamins, vaccinations and anti-bacterial bedding, few think of dental care as an immediate concern for their baby due to their lack of visible teeth. However, even in the early stages of life, dental care is important and finding a pediatric dentist who can spot and prevent early dental problems will secure your child’s oral health for years to come.
Kids of any age (and plenty of adults!) struggle with boredom. A parent’s inclination is to suggest a fun activity or provide yet another distraction for children. But these boring moments are critical for your child’s social-emotional development.
Living in New York is exciting for many reasons—one being that, because of its surplus population, there are numerous options for those who may even be struggling with their alternative diets.
Motherhood is a rewarding experience, but it can also be stressful. This survival guide should serve as a reference that you can return to for a quick reminder to ensure that you are giving your all as a parent while remembering to love on yourself too.
Respect that this is a time for healing. Your body has just been and is going through so much, from birth to making milk, and you simply cannot resume your normal pace in those early weeks home with baby.
It’s winter in New York City, but that doesn’t mean it’s too cold to exercise! From time to time you may have seen a mommy (or daddy) working out with a stroller in the streets of the city.
As our babies grow and discover the world we live in, sometimes what accompanies this indoctrination is fear, stress and a feeling of overstimulation. City children, in particular