Free Saturday classes begin today!

Nourish Boston is excited to be a part of the Dorchester Community Food Co-op’s free education program, which kicks off today, Saturday September 21st! The classes this weekend have a fitness focus, and our friends at Earthseed Yoga will begin with an outdoor hatha yoga class starting at 11 AM. All levels are welcome. Next […]

Making the Work Day Healthy

Many of us spend our days seated at computer screens from 9 – 5 working hard mentally, of course, but leaving our bodies idle. Add to that a traditional cubicle office arrangement, and we are also hidden from the sun. A recent study released last year by the University of Leicester and Loughborough University confirmed […]

TED Talk Collection

Looking for inspiration and new ideas?  TED is a great place to start.  TED is a nonprofit that brings people from the Technology, Entertainment, and Design realms together to speak, present, and share idea.  Experts, authors, scientists, and artists present their passions at conferences and events every year around the world, but TED also shares […]

Are Children Getting Enough Exercise?

NPR is currently reporting the results of a recent poll conducted in conjunction with the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and the Harvard School of Public Health in a series called On the Run: How Families Struggle to Eat Well and Exercise. The survey focuses on the childhood obesity epidemic and the combination of factors determined […]

Motivation to Move

The health benefits associated with exercise and regular physical activity are clear. The Mayo Clinic reports that being physically active helps with weight control, boosts mood and energy level, promotes better quality sleep, and can even improve one’s sex life. Exercise also helps combat serious diseases and health conditions such as high blood pressure, stroke, […]

New Year’s Resolutions: Getting Healthy!

The New Year brings a fresh start. It’s a chance for us all to get motivated, set ambitious goals, and make health and life improvements. According to statistics published in December of 2012 by the Journal of Clinical Psychology, 45% of Americans make New Year’s resolutions. Conversely, only 8% consider themselves successful in achieving their […]