• Water or a sports drink: What should you choose?

    Whether you’re a serious athlete or a recreational exerciser, it’s important to make sure you get the right amount of water before, during, and after exercise. Water regulates your body temperature and lub...
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  • Peaches and Cream Breakfast Cake

    Cottage cheese not only keeps this easy peaches and cream cake moist; it also keeps down the calories.   Ingredients 3 large eggs ½ cup + 1 tablespoon sugar 6 tablespoons melted butter 1 cup small curd co...
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  • Garlic Mashed Cauliflower Recipe

      Consider an alternative to mashed potatoes with fewer calories and carbohydrates.   Cauliflower boasts nutrients such as vitamin C, K, and B6.   This mashed cauliflower recipe would work for those o...
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  • How to use information therapy to manage COVID-19 anxiety and nurture your well-being

    The constant stream of news surrounding the COVID-19 outbreak is causing heightened stress and anxiety for many. This isn’t an unusual reaction. It’s actually part of a natural built-in survival mechanism ...
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  • No negative self-talk

    Negative self-talk can stop you from reaching your goals.  It undermines your self-confidence and often what you tell yourself has a way of becoming reality. In other words, what you tell yourself can support you...
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  • Keep it safe

    Regular activity is good for all of us, and it’s important to stay safe while becoming more active. Here are some tips for doing so: ·         Talk to a doctor. ...
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  • Keep Moving to Keep Losing

    When you’re physically active on a regular basis, your body gets more efficient so what was once challenging is now easier. The upside – you’re stronger and healthier. The flip side – your body...
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  • Coronavirus - Resources

    What is Coronavirus? What You Should Know About COVID-19 - Humana    Protecting members and reducing the spread of COVID-19    Coronavirus and Your Humana Medical Coverage - Humana    ...
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  • Time for a reset?

    Despite our best intentions, we all get off track sometimes, right? When working on weight management, the most important step is to “hit the reset button” and keep moving forward. Here are the steps you c...
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  • Living your best financial life: Employer programs can increase savings

    If you’re not taking advantage of savings programs offered by your employer, you may be leaving money on the table. Plus, the earlier you participate, the more time your money has to grow before you need it for ...
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  • What’s in your snack drawer?  Support healthier choices in the workplace.

    Chips and cookies? Banana and whole wheat crackers? Protein bar and nuts? Your snack stash says a lot about you and your work environment. While it might be tempting to stock up on candy and chips, smart snack decisio...
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  • How sleep and weight are connected

    Did you know the less people sleep, the more likely they are to be overweight? Research tells us sleep is a powerful regulator of appetite, energy, and weight control in multiple ways.     First, when ...
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  • The well-being benefits of owning a pet

        \ Whether they’re furry, feathery, or scaly, pets can be a boon to your life and well-being. Read on to learn about some obvious and not-so-obvious benefits, and how you can, in turn, take good...
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  • Safety and prevention tips for Coronavirus

    As news about the 2019 Novel Coronavirus (2019-nCoV) continues to evolve, it’s worth reminding our members and their families that the best way to stay healthy is to follow the advice given every flu season. ...
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  • Weight management in review

    These simple concepts can make staying on track feel much easier. Here are the key components not only to lose weight, but also to keep it off long term.    Fuel up.  Like your car needs the right ...
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  • Get social to get happy and healthy

    by Shannon Spence Your social network is one of THE BEST tools for dealing with the stressors of life. Several studies have shown that leaning on your social support network contributes to psychological well-being.1 N...
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  • Taking a post-dinner stroll can better your health

    One key to staying active is to get as much movement throughout the day as possible. In our sedentary world, that can be a tall order. If watching TV or sitting in front of the computer is your daily routine after eat...
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  • Stretch those quads!

      Your quads, the big muscles in the front of your thighs, are a powerhouse muscle. While having strong, powerful muscles is a good thing, balancing muscles is important to keeping your stride healthy. Here are ...
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  • Make it satisfying

    For many of us, physical activity is a chore we’d rather avoid at all costs. But it doesn’t have to be that way!  Finding fun, satisfying ways to incorporate activity into our daily lives is the key t...
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  • The power of environmental cues

    Creating the right environment for a healthy lifestyle is vital to your success. Check out our tips below for making healthy choices easy whether you’re at home, work, or out and about.   At home Replace ...
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