Being Active is Healthy
Being active is healthy. It’s as simple as that. Increasing your activity level can help lower your blood pressure, improve cholesterol levels and build and maintain muscle mass, just to name a few.
Nutrition to Help Battle Prostate Cancer
Prostate cancer is the most commonly diagnosed cancer among American males typically affecting those over age 50. It occurs when cells in the prostate start to grow out of control. There is growing interest in how nutrition may help inhibit the proliferation of these prostate cancer cells. If you are currently being treated for prostate cancer, talk to your physician before making any changes to your treatment regimen.
Enjoy Summer Produce to Protect Eye Health
Let summer’s bounty of fresh produce help you invest in your visual future. Studies suggest there is a strong correlation between good nutrition and a reduced risk of developing two of the most common age-related eye diseases: Age-related macular degeneration and cataracts. A diet rich in antioxidants that protect the lens and retina from free radical damage appears to play a vital role in preventing these age-related eye diseases.
Be Skin Cancer Aware
Be aware of the signs of skin cancer and take proactive steps to help reduce your risk.
Benefits of Thyme
The herb thyme has been used for medicinal purposes and in cooking for thousands of years.
Reduce Oxidative Damage with Diet
While we need oxygen to live, the act of oxidation can be damaging to cells. But, eating an antioxidant-rich diet can help reduce oxidative damage.
White Veggies Nutritious Too
Eating a rainbow of colors includes white vegetables too. Cauliflower, onions, turnips, and even potatoes can be a part of a healthy diet.
Living With Arthritis
Osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis and pain from wear and tear on joints are the most common forms of arthritis affecting millions both young and old.
Know About Celiac Disease
Celiac disease is a hereditary autoimmune disease triggered by eating gluten-containing foods such as wheat, rye, and barley.
Soon To Be Blueberry Season
Keep an eye out for fresh blueberries. These nutrition superstars are packed with potent antioxidants and can be frozen to enjoy throughout the year.
Enjoy Chilled Summer Soups
Many may put the soup pot away during the summer months, but you will need it to enjoy these refreshing chilled soup recipes.
Fewer Sit Down to Family Meals
Family meal time is an important time for families, both nutritionally and emotionally, but fewer are finding time for this important ritual.
Tiny Chia Big on Nutrition
Tiny chia seeds, yes that ch-ch-ch chia, are packed with good nutrition, including protein, omega-3 fatty acids, and fiber.
Drowsy Driving is Dangerous
A recent study from the United Kingdom has found that 1 in 10 admit to dozing off while driving in the last year.
Super Foods for Women
Rather than being told what not to eat, here are some foods you should regularly include in your diet.