By Anna Hehenberger In light of Lyfebulb’s upcoming Social Club Event, which will take place on Wednesday, July 23 at Le Colonial (http://www.lecolonialnyc.com) from 6 p.m. until 8 p.m. focusing on Bullous Pemphigoid, I would like to highlight a very poignant point that was raised at Lyfebulb’s last Event, which focused on Crohn’s and Collitis.
By Roy Collins It’s the reason you keep juice in the refrigerator, a Gatorade in your gym bag, and candy in your girlfriend’s purse. “Going low” can be described as that strange, empty feeling pitted in the center of your core that leaves you anxious, irritable, and even worse, sweaty. ‘Hypoglycemia’ is simply defined as
By Brittany Brothers From childhood I have always had a strong interest in a healthy lifestyle, particularly what we put into and how we treat our bodies as a society. Perhaps some of this interest is merely innate, but much of it I am certain is a product of both how and what I was taught.
By Roy Collins Becoming disciplined is quite frankly the best way to control your health. But before we delve further into exactly what becoming disciplined means, we need to make an important distinction: the Superhumans versus the Disciplined. Superhumans are incredible. Superhumans once ate bacon cheeseburgers at Mcdonald’s for breakfast, lunch and dinner before turning it