Michele Fife explains what foods you should be eating after exercising.
In February, Go Red for Women is inspiring, educating and empowering you to learn about the number one killer of women: heart disease.
Learn to find peace and balance through Ayurveda in a 2- hour workshop with Michele Fife.
Learn some at-home remedies to moisturize your skin and hair during harsh winter months.
Stay well with these heart-healthy exercises.
Jordan Carson shares the story of her sister’s battle with an eating disorder and how you can get help or get help for a loved one.
Local woman and eating disorder survivor shares her message for others living with the illness.
How are some dieters able to control their weight loss, while others become susceptible to an eating disorder?
Recovery is possible, and help is available. See how you can get anonymous help, here.
Why do some women suffer from an eating disorder, while others do not? Studies suggest neurology plays a factor.
Michele Fife explains what guggulu is and why you should incorporate it into your life.
It’s time to dress red! The Go Red for Women Red Dress Collection 2015 will live stream at 8 p.m. on Thursday, Feb. 12.
This month, get the latest information on fighting the number one killer of women — heart disease and strokes.
Keep your heart healthy and strong with a variety of heart-healthy recipes.
Holland resident Rachel Bishop shares her story of heart disease and message of hope.
Heart disease survivors from across West Michigan are telling their personal stories to help inspire women to Go Red for Women.