Summer is rapidly approaching, and with that comes a fresh crop of vegetables hitting their stride. Just like any time of year, there are particular plants that are more in season at a certain time of year. It can be beneficial to our health to eat those vegetables that are in season at the time they are in season because of their nutrient contents.
February is American Heart Month, and today we are going to talk about four things we can do every day to improve the health of our hearts. What healthy habits should you focus on every day?
Are you looking to eat a heart-healthy diet? What meals should you have regularly? The conventional wisdom over the past several decades has emphasized lower fat, lower cholesterol diets for heart health and heart disease prevention.
Everybody wants to know what is good for their heart in terms of a diet. What does a heart-healthy diet involve? There's no one single heart-healthy diet, but there are some biological truths or biological fundamentals that apply to heart health.
It's American Heart Month. Do you have a good grasp of your cardiovascular health? To do so, you should know and monitor a few key health metrics that provide a clearer picture of your heart health — blood pressure, blood sugar, LDL cholesterol, triglycerides, and waist circumference.
When you start venturing into more exercise, what should you be doing more of — weightlifting or cardio?
As we age, we all notice changes in our bodies. Whether they are slight or significant, our bodies are adapting to our needs over time.
It is that time of the year. Tackling your health and your weight loss goals aggressively is very tempting. However, if you're thinking about pursuing a crash diet to lose weight quickly, you could be planting the seeds of future frustration or, even worse, future health problems.