Tahlea Jankoski, Author at Applied Health | Anti-Aging Begins Inside

About Tahlea Jankoski

Tahlea has been a professional writer in the health care industry for over seven years. She has a lifelong enthusiasm for nutrition and fitness and is a reliable resource on how to maintain a healthier lifestyle. Tahlea has a Masters of Arts in Mass Communications with a focus on Health, where she received notable awards and acceptance for her media research from national conferences and a peer-review publication. Through extensive research and writing experience, she is frequently asked for advice on nutritional products, fitness, and healthy foods. Those seeking advice have helped to encourage her passion for creating clear and relevant health-related articles. Tahlea has additional experience as a freelance writer in the entertainment, fashion, and social media industries. She enjoys hiking, mountain biking, traveling, green smoothies, eating healthy food, and exploring new cities. She also loves kite surfing and watching the sunset over the ocean, while walking her Labradoodle, Roxy. . .(that is - if she knew how to kite surf, lived by the ocean, and had a dog). For more of Tahlea's articles, [click on this link] [follow on Facebook, Twitter]

Getting Back to Fitness After Time Off

We all do it... In spite of the best of intentions to maintain a consistent exercise program, it is inevitable you will face an extended period of downtime. These periods away from a routine have a tendency to get longer as you get older, which makes it even more difficult to rediscover your drive, discipline and routine. How do you restart an exercise program? Here are 6 tips for getting back to fitness and help motivate you after time off from working out.

Delicious Pea Protein Powder Recipes for When Smoothies Are Not Enough

You already know a quality protein is vital for you and your family's health... And you know pea protein has the benefits you need in your go-to protein supplement. But, there are those times when another smoothie recipe is inadequate to entice the entire family to participate. That's where pea protein's mild flavor and nutrition profile excels. And, search though you might, you'll not find these recipes in your Grandma's treasured collection of family favorites.

How to Boost Mood, Relieve Anxiety and Build Strong Muscles with Pea Protein

There is only one protein that would qualify as the Swiss Army Knife of proteins... it is the Do-It-All Pea Protein. Who knew, when our moms would force us to eat our peas as kids, they really were on to something. It's not often that one food item can do so much good.

Prevent MRSA Infection

MRSA is a certain type of staph infection, most often seen in medical settings, but has recently extended into general population. We review causes, prevention, and how to stop an outbreak before it gets out of control.

How Inflammation Affects Your Health

The Link Between Aging and Inflammation The Fire Within is Not Always Good 5 simple lifestyle changes to relieve inflammation How would you respond if a physician asked, “Do you [...]

How to Manage Oxidative Stress

How Oxidation Shortens Your Life And Overwhelms Your Immune System Is your life making you oxidative stressed? Oxidation. The process that causes the browning of a sliced apple or rust [...]

Telomeres Indicate How Fast You are Aging

Your 'Real' Age can be Measured by the Length of Your Telomeres Size Does Matter Lose weight, exercise, eat right… and measure your telomeres? You probably haven’t thought about your [...]

How to Succeed with the Top New Years Resolutions for Health

Each New Year, the story is the same; we start out with great ambition, only to have the enthusiasm fade before March. Here are some tips to stay the course and get results.

5 Healthy Holiday Recipes

Holiday recipes are typically delicious, at the expense of not being known for the healthy qualities. Here are a few that break the rule.

7 Tips for Headache Remedies and Relief

A main cause of a headache is dehydration. This is the body’s way of letting you know that you need H2O. Mood and cognition are also affected by dehydration. Most people are chronically dehydrated, because of the large assortment of beverage alternatives that can actually dehydrate your body even more, including soda and energy drinks.

Fast Food Trends in America

For decades, the fast food craze in America has been building momentum with no signs of slowing down. Not so coincidentally, it is keeping pace with America's growing waistline and chronic weight-related health issues.

How to Enjoy Holiday Foods With Less Guilt

Avoid using the holidays as an excuse to overeat and bake more treats. Consider holiday meals like any other meal out of the year and bake seasonal treats in moderation. When it comes to the holiday meal, choose more fresh vegetables, lean protein, and whole grains. Avoid eating dinner rolls, loads of mashed potatoes, and an entire pumpkin pie. There are many healthy alternatives to traditional holiday meal fixings.

Omega 3 Fatty Acids and Fish Oil

Omega 3 fatty acids are praised more for their health benefits, but all three omega fatty acids are essential to normal metabolic functions in the body. The fatty acids omega 6 and omega 9 receive less attention, because they are more common in our diet.

Tis the Season for Stress

As wonderful as the holidays are, they can also be a time of increased stress. One-third of Americans are living with intense stress that is having a negative effect on their health, work productivity, and relationships. Chronic stress can even be associated with multiple illnesses: heart disease, diabetes, rheumatoid arthritis, multiple sclerosis, cancer, allergies, infertility, irritable bowel syndrome, endocrine and autoimmune diseases.

Calcium 101

The basics on calcium, Calcium 101, explains basic differences among popular types of calcium, and why it is so important, especially for postmenopausal women. These essential nutrients work together to help build and maintain good bone health.

Raw Honey Remedies

Recalls and warnings on OTC (over-the-counter) cough and cold medicines abound. They are not only considered unsafe for children, but adults can also have bad side effects. Before you reach for cold medicine claiming to solve your stuffy head, congestion, cough woes, it would be good to review valid reasons for avoiding these products, and opt for natural remedies instead.

Collagen Type II for Arthritis Pain Relief

Collagen type II (CTII) is an effective source for alleviating joint stiffness and increasing mobility. Several studies have found CTII reduces joint pain in rheumatoid arthritis, but a new study published in the International Journal of Medical Sciences found that it is also an effective treatment for osteoarthritis.