It is never too early or too late to address the health of your family. Here are a few ideas for showing your children how to live a healthy life.
It's been many years since I had to prepare lunches for schoolchildren. But I did do it for more than a decade, and mostly on a budget. With hot lunches at many schools being costly or of poor nutritional value, it is certainly wiser and healthier to pack your own.
Doctor's have given chocolate lovers a reason to celebrate with their findings in a recent heart-health study.
Living a <strong>fast-paced life</strong> can cost your heart in the future, but what are some steps that you can take to improve your <strong>heart health</strong> right now?
(From shine.com) Other than getting a good night’s sleep, there’s probably no other thing that impacts your productivity and mood at work more than what you eat. Yet you probably give little thought to what you consume before and during work, defaulting instead to what’s convenient, cheap, and tasty.
(BlackDoctor.org) – There’s just something about vegetables. Yes, they’re great for you and one of the most essential foods for good health on the planet; but the taste?
A lot of times when we have a head ache, or heart burn we just brush it off as the norm; but what about that one time that it is not the norm? We should always pay attention to the warning signs. Here is a list of the seven warning signs you should never ignore.
Sure, staycations are swell. But sometimes an old-fashioned trip is the only way you can really recharge. Here are 3 reasons why from self.com:
(BlackDoctor.org) — Eating healthy food is not just about what we choose to consume. How much we eat is also a factor that can separate success from failure when it comes to losing weight. As important as portion control is, it is often the last thing we think about when we sit down to eat.
CHICAGO — Paris Woods is hardly a poster child for the obesity epidemic. Lining up dripping wet with kids on her swim team, she’s a blend of girlish chunkiness and womanly curves.
(From shine.com) If you are a woman in her 20s or 30s, you may not have been all that concerned with the health of your heart. Statistics show that there is a serious lack of understanding among women about the dangers of heart disease and stroke. As we enter American Heart Month this February, however, […]