Wednesday, July 9, 2014

Dietary Fat Myths

Dietary fats have gotten a bad name.
Know the facts from the myths with Everyday Health.

"If you have heart disease or conditions like atrial fibrillation, you may have been told that a diet low in saturated fats will help. For heart health, you may have believed that a low-fat diet would protect you. But now that some studies report links between saturated fats and heart disease may not be that strong, what should you do?"

Monday, June 16, 2014

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  • Friday, May 2, 2014

    Pesticide Content

    Can't shop organic? You should know about what's in your favorite fruits and veggies. MindBodyGreen shares 7 raw foods grown with the most and least pesticides.

    Read them here.

    Friday, March 14, 2014

    Pushup Perfect

    Are pushups the perfect primal exercise? See how physically engaging a pushup really. Mark's Daily Apple gives an in-depth description.

    Wednesday, February 12, 2014

    Modern Diet

    The modern American diet is responsible for many of the health issues in our country. Business Insider's 11 charts highlight exactly what those problems are.

    See them here:
    Are there any reasons you feel belong on the list?

    Thursday, January 30, 2014

    Exercise to Age Well

    Exercise can help boost your health, no matter what your age is! When exercise is started as late as ages 55-65, it reduces risk of later health problems by sevenfold. Start moving to age well and discover a stronger, more able body.

    "Offering hope and encouragement to the many adults who have somehow neglected to exercise for the past few decades, a new study suggests that becoming physically active in middle age, even if someone has been sedentary for years, substantially reduces the likelihood that he or she will become seriously ill or physically disabled in retirement." - GRETCHEN REYNOLDS
    Read more: Exercise to Age Well, Whatever Your Age

    Monday, December 30, 2013

    Happy New Year!

    Have a happy New Year, everyone! Have fun and be safe.

    Is health and fitness in your list of New Year's resolutions? Understanding what foods you'd be better off without is crucial to staying fit and healthy. After all, your results are mostly attributed to diet! Get over the temptations of junk food and its marketing by understanding how the business works. Business Insider shares the top industry-changing innovations by fast food chains in 2013.

    Have you eaten any of these this year? Will you be eating any of them next year? It's up to you!