The Healthiest Way to Eat Vegetables: To Cook or Not to Cook?

The Healthiest Way to Eat Vegetables: To Cook or Not to Cook?Eating raw veggies may not be your jam and we’re here to say sometimes that’s OK! Especially in fall and winter, eating warm vegetables just feels right. So what is the healthiest way to eat vegetables? Well, it’s a little complicated…

Many people worry about losing nutrients by cooking vegetables and that certainly can happen with specific vitamins and minerals.  But in some cases the healthiest way to eat vegetables is to cook them because it enhances certain nutrients that are otherwise hard to come by. It’s really a balancing act but once you know the facts, you can make smarter dietary decisions.

The perfect example is tomatoes. You may know that tomatoes are rich in lycopene, an antioxidant that has been linked to lower risk of cancer and heart disease. When tomatoes are cooked, the potency of lycopene goes up by up to 35 percent. However, there’s a downslide to cooking tomatoes; it reduces its Vitamin C content.

Vitamin C is another important antioxidant found in many fruits and vegetables and is almost always diminished by cooking. That’s because it is highly susceptible to the oxidation process and is degraded by heat and water. However, Vitamin C is much more common in the human diet than lycopene so giving up a little Vitamin C for the benefit of more lycopene from cooked tomatoes is a good trade-off because you can make up for the lost Vitamin C in many other ways.

Boiling or steaming carrots, peppers, spinach, mushrooms and other vegetables also increase their concentration of carotenoids and feurlic acid. But cooking may also reduce their retention of polyphenols, another supercharged antioxidant category.

Certain cruciferous vegetables like broccoli, cauliflower and cabbage have cancer-fighting benefits when cooked and raw – but they work differently in each form. Cooked cruciferous veggies yield indole, an organic compound known to kill precancerous cells. On the flip side, raw broccoli has an enzyme that leads to sulforaphane that prevents cancer cells as well. In this case, eating some cooked and some uncooked cruciferous vegetables is wise.

While the data on the healthiest way to eat vegetables is complex, eating vegetables with a little bit of a healthy fat is absolutely the best way to go. Healthy fats like those from olive oil, avocado and other natural plant-based sources helps the body absorb nutrients from vegetables and many other foods as well. So be smart about the oils you use when making cooked vegetables to get the most out of their nutrients.

Cooking your veggies can still be the healthiest way to eat vegetables. Just be sure to balance your nutrients to make up for what is lost in the cooking process.

Sources: Scientific American and She Knows



What Really Prevents You from Getting Sick

What Really Prevents You from Getting SickWith thousands of health products making claims about their miraculous immune-boosting properties, how is a gal to know what really prevents you from getting sick? We’re breaking it down so you can stay healthy this cold and flu season.

Here’s what really prevents you from getting sick:

The Flu Shot

For the most part, it really works. Flu shots are recommended for almost everyone, including babies 6 months or older and pregnant women. Flu shots are available at many clinics, doctor’s offices and pharmacies. Check with your insurance company to find out if yours is covered free of charge.

Wash Your Hands

Here’s something that is definitely free – washing your hands! Spending 20 seconds lathering with antibacterial soap and rinsing with warm water, then drying your hands thoroughly can help wash away tons of germs that might otherwise cause colds or the flu.

Relax and Sleep

Lack of sleep and stress both significantly reduce your immune system’s defense capacity. Make relaxation and “me time” a priority and get the sleep you need, whether that is 7, 8 or 9 hours. Not taking the time for these healthy habits could cost you lots of lost time and productivity being sick.

Fresh Air

Staying warm and cozy indoors is so tempting but germs are constantly circulating around your home and office. Step outside every day to get fresh air and give yourself a break from indoor germs.


When you exercise, even if it’s a short walk, your body boosts its germ-fighting abilities by increasing pathogen-killing cells. Plus, exercise offers a host of other body-loving benefits as well.

Vitamin C and Zinc

Both Vitamin C and Zinc have proven to help reduce the length and intensity of colds. Take Vitamin C as soon as you feel the slighted twinge of a cold coming on. Zinc can help even the cold hits in full force. Echinacea and other herbal remedies have not shown as much success as these vitamins.

Keep Surfaces Clean

The flu virus can last for up to 8 hours on surfaces. So if you or your children bring it into your house, everyone is at risk. Wipe down surfaces as much as possible and keep your hands away from your face unless they are washed.

We hope you have a healthy and happy fall and winter!!

Sources: WebMD and Health

Maintain Healthy Habits during Fall and Winter

Maintain Healthy Habits during Fall and WinterThere’s something about fall and winter that just makes you want to indulge. Perhaps it’s the endless stream of scrumptious holiday foods starting with Halloween, proceeding through Thanksgiving, Christmas and Hanukkah, then New Years and finally ending at Valentine’s Day.  Plus the cooler weather makes you want to curl up with hearty foods rather than exercise. Yes, it’s hard to maintain healthy habits during fall and winter, but we know you can do it!

Here are our best tips to maintain healthy habits during fall and winter:

Tip #1: Stand, Walk, Move

Everyday doesn’t need to house an intense workout but adding some movement to your routine will make a big difference. If you have a sedentary job, get up and walk around every 20 to 30 minutes. Use those old tricks of walking the stairs or parking further from your destination to sneak extra steps into your day.

Tip #2: Analyze Your Plate

Make some self-governed rules about how you’re going to fill your plate this season. Aim for half fruits and veggies, a serving of protein and a whole grain carbohydrate at every meal. Then have little tastes of a few indulgent foods rather than entire servings of multiple items.

Tip #3: Start Meals with Soup

Soup is the perfect food for cooler months and it can help you maintain healthy habits during fall and winter. A light, vegetable based soup adds tremendous nutrients to your meal without contributing lots of extra calories. You can check off a serving of veggies or two, and the soup will help satisfy you so you won’t overdo it during your meal. There are lots of benefits to soup!

Tip #4: Try New Workouts

There are many distractions and reasons not to exercise when it’s cold outside BUT make a goal to workout three or four times a week. Try new workouts to keep yourself motivated such as kickboxing, mountain biking or barre classes. Even on vacation, pack your full figure sports bras and look for ways to slip in a workout to keep your body healthy.

Tip #5: Build in “Me” Time

Life starts getting hectic right around now and you may feel you’re burning the candle on both ends. Carve out some time for yourself to do things you enjoy. If you make the effort before things get stressful, you’ll be charged up enough to handle the emotional toll that the holiday season sometimes takes on your spirit.

Tip #6: Hydrate and Moisturize

Your skin and your entire body will be so happy with you if you stay hydrated and moisturize often. As the weather cools, air dries and leaves us feeling dehydrated on the inside and cracked, flaky and itchy on the outside. Combat the winter dryness by drinking plenty of water and using daytime and nighttime moisturizers on your face and entire body.

Sources: Prevention and Body and Soul

20 Inexpensive Things to do this Fall: Part 2

20 Inexpensive Things to do this Fall: Part 2We’re back with the remainder of our list of 20 inexpensive things to do this fall. We want you to take advantage of all the fantastic things this season has in store. From cooler weather activities and enjoying nature, to tasting seasonal produce and celebrating fall holidays, our list of ideas has something for everyone.

Here are even more inexpensive things to do this fall:

Carve a Pumpkin: Pumpkin-carving is not just for the kiddos. It’s a wonderful canvas for you to explore creatively and display at your front door. So let those fall creative juices flow and get to carving.

Volunteer: Fall and winter are the seasons for giving and part of that is helping others. Spend time this fall doing a meaningful volunteer project that will support your community.

Plant your Spring Garden: Now is the time to plant bulbs for your spring garden. It may feel like ages away but you’ll be really glad you did it come springtime when your pretty flowers are blooming.

Take Photos of Beautiful Trees: After you prepare for spring, set off on a leaf peeping adventure and photograph it as you go. Explore new areas where you might find vibrant and breath-taking leaf colors that will inspire you all season long.

Fly a Kite: Catch some wind by taking a kite to a park. This is a fun activity alone, with friends or with your entire family.

Visit a Corn Maze: Test your logic and sense of direction at a corn maze. This fall activity can be a daytime adventure or a spooky nighttime activity.

Have a Halloween Movie Marathon: Spend a weekend watching your favorite Halloween movies. Invite friends over to enjoy them with you…and perhaps hold your hand during the scary parts!

Rake Leaves: Raking leaves can burn serious calories. Add some lung moves and put your arm and back muscles into it and you’ll be in for a full-body workout. While you’re taking care of your own yard, rake leaves for your neighbors as well as an anonymous random act of kindness.

Bake for the Season: Pumpkins, sweet potatoes and apples are among the best baking ingredients for fall. Check out new recipes to incorporate these seasonal fruits and vegetables into your fall diet.

Go to a Festival: What better way to spend a fall day than at a local festival. Stroll through venders, watch performances and taste the flavors of the season.

Happy Fall, everyone!!

Sources: Real Simple, Babble, PopSugar and Apartment Therapy


20 Inexpensive Things to do this Fall: Part 1

20 Inexpensive Things to do this Fall: Part 1The chillness of fall has settled in and we hope you are enjoying all that this wonderful season has to offer. Cooler weather, beautiful scenery and the holidays just in sight makes fall an exciting time of year. As you are celebrating the season, be sure to check out these inexpensive things to do this fall:

Make Soup: Rich, delicious soups are in order during fall and winter months. Try out new recipes or experiment with your own concoctions. Use seasonal vegetables such as winter squash, Brussels sprouts, parsnips and beets. Freeze a few servings of your best soups to enjoy later.

Hike: Fall is the very best time of year to hike. Not only will you get your heart-pumping and tone your muscles without sweltering in the summer heat, you will also get to bask in the beauty of nature’s gorgeous transformation. Leaf peeping while exercising is about as good as it gets in fall!

Make a Fall Wreath: Bring the warm colors of fall into your home with a fall wreath. Using leaves, pinecones and a few fall-hued pieces of fabric and ribbon, you can create a seasonal wreath that will help you get in the festive fall spirit.

Shop in your Closet: Before you head to the mall or get on your computer for online shopping, get reacquainted with the clothes in your closet. Purge items you no longer need or want and rediscover old favorites. Make a mental note or actually take pictures of a few go-to fall outfits. After you see what you’re missing, supplement your wardrobe as necessary. Don’t forget to restock your full figure bras for an amazing silhouette this fall.

Have a Fall-Themed Dinner Party: Gather friends for a fall smorgasbord. Serve fall favorites like butternut squash soup, roasted root vegetables, sweet potatoes, pumpkin pie and apple cider.  Be sure to decorate your table and home using fall colors.

Run or Walk a 5K: Now that the weather is cooler many organizations are ramping up for 5K walks and runs. Get involved in a local charity and participate in this type of event. It’s a great way to exercise, meet new people and support a cause.

Read by a Fire: Curl up with a great book by a cozy fire for a relaxing evening or lazy weekend day. Be sure to sip something warm and feel free to make s’mores as a tasty treat.

Counter-Program Football: If you’re not the football loving type, meet up with friends for a movie or fun girls’ night during football games.

Get a Fall Mani/Pedi: Burnt orange, mustard yellow, burgundy, or wine purple are fabulous fall hues for your next mani/pedi. Get that fall feeling from your fingers to your toes with these nail colors.

Pick Fruit: Visit a local farm that has seasonal fruit to pick such as apples, pears, grapes or pumpkins. Somehow it just takes better when you’ve picked it yourself fresh off the vine.

Stay tuned later this week for the rest of our 20 inexpensive things to do this fall!

Sources: Real Simple, Babble, PopSugar and Apartment Therapy


8 Hacks to Snap Out of a Bad Mood

8 Hacks to Snap Out of a Bad MoodSo you’ve got the grumps and it feels like your day is getting worse by the second. It happens to all of us but you can help yourself snap out of a bad mood with a few simple techniques.

Let’s get one thing straight before we talk about quashing bad moods: It’s OK to be in a bad mood every once in awhile. In fact, it’s downright normal! Don’t catastrophize or judge yourself for this temporary mood swing. Rather, cut yourself some slack, embrace it, control it and move forward. Sometimes it’s the down moments that motivate you to do better in the long run.

While it’s important to determine what triggers your bad moods – feeling guilty about running late, being exhausted or hungry, feeling overwhelmed by your immediate responsibilities, or experiencing a bout of low self-esteem – sometimes it’s just a combination of trivial minutia that sets off your dragon-breathing fury. That’s when you need a few hacks to snap out of a bad mood.

Try these mood-boosters next time you need to snap out of a bad mood:

Power Up: Sometimes the best way to take out a bad mood is to knock it on its head with a jolt of energy from coffee, a piece of dark chocolate or a nutrient-packed meal. Especially if being tired or hungry is contributing to your bad mood, getting a bit of caffeine and body-loving nourishment will help you snap out of it.

Smile: Sure, it’s not a new suggestion but it’s a good one. Smiling supports feel-good hormones in your brain that can actually elevate your mood. When life deals you a bad day put on your biggest smile to get through it gracefully.

Create: Let your feelings out through a creative activity. Maybe it’s putting pen to paper or doodling to let off steam. Perhaps you need to bake something or do a crossword puzzle. Whatever creative outlet that offers some distraction and expression is a great way to burst a bad mood.

Indulge: Nothing kills a bad mood like a little indulgence, such as watching your favorite movie, eating something sinful or shopping. Keep your budget in mind before going overboard but sometimes a treat is what you need to feel happier and more confident.

Exercise: Sweat out your negative energy through exercise. You can engage in anything that revs your body and helps you release stress. Exercise naturally boosts your mood by stimulating endorphins. Hopefully by the end of your heart-pounding workout your blood won’t be boiling.

Vent Briefly: If you need to get the anger off your chest, share your feelings with a friend who is willing to listen but not fuel your fire even more. Once you’ve gotten it off your chest, release the shackles of your mood and feel the freedom of rising above.

Listen to Music: Music can do amazing things for your mental and emotional state. From classical to country, rock to rap, you can transcend your bad mood by playing some of your favorite jams. Dancing highly recommended!

Breathe: Deep breaths can do wonders for your mood. It isn’t innovative but if you spend a few moments calmly breathing and focusing on positive thoughts, you may be able to snap out of a bad mood.

Sources: Psychology Today, Huffington Post, Life Hack, Real Simple and Life Hacker

6 Must-Have Full Figured Blazers for Fall

When the weather cools, blazers are a great way to make a fashion statement and stay warm. Blazers are sophisticated, functional and super trendy. When paired with the right full figure bras and outfits, full figured blazers can define your beautiful silhouette and make every curve look incredible.

If you’re searching for just the thing to make every fall outfit spectacular, check out these six must-have full figured blazers for fall:

6 Must-Have Full Figured Blazers for Fall - Torrid Black BlazerBasic Black Blazer

You’ve got your favorite little black dress, go-to black pants and signature black blouse so you’ll need your basic black blazer too. This is the one that will look amazing over just about anything in your closet including dresses, paired with jeans or ready for power meetings with a skirt or pant suit at work. Customize your blazer by rolling up your blouse sleeve for a super-polished, super-chic look.

6 Must-Have Full Figured Blazers for Fall - Maurice'sMilitary Casual Blazer

That easy, breezy military style is trendy for fall so make it part of your wardrobe with a military blazer. This is a great look for going to brunch on the weekends or running errands while the kids are in school. We dig blazers like this one with pointed panels. Style it with your favorite t-shirt or a lacy top to mix things up.

6 Must-Have Full Figured Blazers for Fall - Charlotte Rousse

Peplum Contoured Blazer

When you want to show off your incredible curves, peplum is the way to go. Ruffles are a big trend for fall 2017 and we can’t think of a better way to incorporate them than a peplum contoured blazer that hugs and flows in all the right ways. This is definitely a great look for day or night that will take you from the office, to drinks with your girlfriends.

6 Must-Have Full Figured Blazers for Fall - TorridCrop Denim Blazer

You don’t have to be 16 to rock the denim jacket look. This structured yet contemporary denim jacket is stylish for any age. It’s also another great style that you can throw on over almost anything. Don’t shy away from pairing a denim jacket with blue jeans. The denim on denim look is definitely in.

6 Must-Have Full Figured Blazers for Fall - AsosBlack Leather Blazer

Black leather anything is trendy this fall so spice up your wardrobe with a black leather jacket. This textured look adds panache, or try an asymmetrical or zip-up style. Black leather is great for weekends, the office or anywhere in between.

Pop of Color Blazer6 Must-Have Full Figured Blazers for Fall - Macy's

Red, pink, blue or yellow. Whatever color strikes your fancy is a fantastic choice for a blazer. On days when jeans and white t-shirt or black on black is all you can find to wear, throw on your brightly hued blazer and you’ll look like the fashionista you are.

We can’t wait to see the full figured blazers you pick out for fall. Happy shopping, ladies!

Everything You Need to Know about Dense Breast Tissue

Everything You Need to Know about Dense Breast TissueIt’s Breast Cancer Awareness Month and we’re hyper-focused on your breast health. Today we’re sharing everything you need to know about dense breast tissue.

Maintaining breast health includes lifestyle habits like a well-balanced diet, regular exercise, not smoking, getting enough sleep, wearing a properly fitting bra, avoiding excessive alcohol and getting regular health screenings. One factor that affects breast health is the density of your breast tissue.

What is Dense Breast Tissue?

Breasts are made up of several components. Glandular tissue includes mammary glands, lobes and ducts that produce milk. Connective tissue is muscle tissue that gives breasts their size and shape. Nerves, lymphatic vessels and blood vessels surround your breasts and extend to your armpits. Fatty tissue fills out the rest of your breasts.

Dense Breast Tissue and Mammograms

Dense breast tissue cannot be detected by touch or sight, only through a mammogram. Breasts are categorized in four groups according to density: mostly fatty, scattered density, consistent density and extremely dense.

Women with dense breast tissue are at four to six times higher risk of breast cancer than women with fattier breasts. This is why determining your breast density during your first mammogram may change the course of your breast health exam schedule moving forward.

Also, dense breast tissue makes reading a mammogram more difficult. Lumps and potentially cancerous tumors appear similarly to dense breast tissue on x-rays. The two can be confused. If your radiologist is unsure about your scans, she may order further diagnostic tests.

Causes of Dense Breast Tissue

Dense breast tissue may be a result of the following:

  • Youth – younger women tend to have denser breast tissue. Breast density often wanes with age.
  • Pre-menopause
  • Never being pregnant
  • Taking hormone replacement therapy
  • Being overweight as an adolescent or adult
  • Higher birth weight

While you can choose lifestyle habits that reduce your risk of breast cancer and improve your breast health, you cannot change your breast density. However, knowing your level of dense breast tissue can help inform you and your doctors on the best screening options for your breast health.

Sources: Healthline and Mayo Clinic

Life Stages that Affect Your Breasts

Life Stages that Affect Your BreastsWhether you love, hate or have neutral feelings about your breasts, they are constantly changing throughout your life. Embracing the life stages that affect your breasts will help you better understand your body and stay on top of your breast health.

From puberty to menopause, we’re sharing the various life stages that affect your breasts:

Puberty: Your body receives a big burst of estrogen at the onset of puberty which triggers your breast buds to begin growing. From that point it may take several years for your breasts to develop into their full size. Usually teenagers get their periods 2 to 2½ years after breast buds emerge.

Menstrual Cycle: The two stages of menstruation – follicular and luteal – are marked with distinct changes to your breasts.

The follicular stage is at the beginning of your cycle. Around five to seven days after your period your estrogen and progesterone levels are at the lowest and your breast volume will be smallest. This is the best time to get a feel for your breasts in their true form.

The luteal stage at the end of your cycle is when your hormone levels are rising and your breasts are fullest. This may cause them to feel lumpy and tender. Many women mistake these changes for signs of breast cancer when they are really only hormonal shifts.

Pregnancy: As your body prepares for breastfeeding during pregnancy, your breasts undergo many changes. The various channels for producing and delivering breast milk to your baby – including milk ducts, lobules, blood vessels and nerves – are getting ready to sustain a human life. They are expanding for the job and it may cause your breasts to feel sore and enlarged, especially as you round out your last few months of pregnancy. Breasts often feel tender at the beginning of pregnancy as well, when they are adjusting to the increased hormone levels in the body.

Begin wearing maternity bras and nursing bras as soon as your regular bras feel uncomfortable. Your body is preparing for breastfeeding and you should get your wardrobe in order as well.

Breastfeeding: All that prep work during pregnancy was for a great cause. After childbirth your body releases prolactin to stimulate milk production. First you’ll produce colostrum and then by three weeks postpartum your mature milk will be available. Most new moms’ milk comes in around two to five days after giving birth. This is when breasts can feel very full and heavy. It’s important to express breast milk often to avoid engorgement, plugged ducts and mastitis, three uncomfortable conditions that many new moms face. Nursing bras and nursing tank tops are a must at this point.

Menopause: Most women’s breasts become large during and after menopause, and many women experience sagging as well. This is because, on average, women gain at least a pound a year after menopause due to hormone shifts, less energy for exercise and loss of lean muscle. Additionally, women lose denser breast tissue and it is replaced with fatty tissue that is more likely to sag.

A fabulous wardrobe of full figure bras is in order to help maintain a beautiful silhouette and reduce sagging. Fit, support and comfort are key components to your best full figure bras.

Sources: Shape Magazine and Everyday Health

Common Habits that Affect Your Breasts

If you thought your breasts’ size, shape, sagginess and texture are immune to your daily lifestyle habits, we’ve got some shocking news for you – they’re not! You probably already know that certain health choices can contribute to a higher risk of breast cancer, but some common habits that affect your breasts appearance and comfort might be surprising.

Learn more about common habits that affect your breasts:

Common Habits that Affect Your Breasts

Weight Gain or Loss: You may have noticed the correlation between weight gain or weight loss and your breast size. Many women are sad to see their full breasts shrink when they drop a few pounds, while others are excited by their new curves when they gain some weight.

Breasts are comprised of breast tissue and fat tissue and each woman has a unique composition of both. Breasts that are more dense – meaning they have more breast tissue – are less likely to change in size based on weight gain or weigh loss. Fattier breasts are more susceptible to fluctuations based on weight.

Always measure yourself after weight gain or weight loss to determine your new bra size. Your full figure bras should compliment your new size and shape.

Exercise: It would be amazing if a few simple daily exercises could perk up your breasts but unfortunately that’s not the way it works. Even the pectoral muscles that lie beneath your breasts cannot pump up your breasts in any significant way.

But there is one way exercise does affect your breasts – bounce! One study showed that breasts can bounce as much as 8 inches during exercise. Ouch! Wearing a full figure sports bra can reduce bounce by up to 78% for a much more comfortable workout.

Caffeine: That lovely cup of coffee you have every morning and stimulating chocolate you snack on in the afternoons might be making your breasts hurt. Caffeine can cause breast lumpiness and tenderness, especially when you are nearing your period. If you think caffeine may be causing you breast pain, cut it out for a few weeks to see if that is the culprit.

Medications: For better or for worse medications can affect your breasts. Certain drugs used to treat mental conditions are particularly notorious for their impact on breasts. But in other ways, medications can be helpful, such as treating tenderness, swelling and fluid retention during your period.

Sex: Sexual stimulation increases your blood flow and causes your breasts to swell and nipples to become erect. Your areola may even darken and expand during sex. These reactions are temporary, however, and should serve to increase your experience, never cause pain.

Contributors to Sag: Like the rest of your skin, breast tissue begins to sag with age. Boosting your collagen through your diet is a great way to help reduce sag. Also, avoid smoking, alcohol abuse, bad posture, overexposure to the sun and extreme and continual weight fluctuations.

Of course one of the best ways to reduce risk of and to combat the appearance of sagginess is to wear a properly fitting full figure bra. It’s always important to wear an appropriate bra for your level of movement and activity and full figure women often benefit from wearing sleep bras at night.

Sources: Shape Magazine, Positive Med and Everyday Health


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