Trust your gut. Follow your gut instinct. These sayings aren’t without merit. Your gut plays a vital role in your health.
They say you are what you eat. When it comes to how you feel mentally and physically, this saying isn’t far from true. When you follow a healthy eating plan and eat foods rich in nutrients, you provide your body--and brain--with the vitamins and minerals it needs to function at its best.
Indulge your sweet tooth and reward yourself with a healthy and delicious breakfast shake packed with protein!
A simple pan-seared salmon topped with a tasty creamy mustard sauce.
Embarking on a weight loss program can be daunting, so many women look for a quick, easy jump start. Some quick weight loss programs work, but they are often too restrictive and hard to maintain, or they eliminate important nutrients our bodies need. Diets for fast weight loss can set you up for failure, pushing you off the wagon to weight loss and leaving you right back where you started.
It’s been said that “you are what you eat.” Although this may not be entirely true, the foods you eat can affect your brain health, which can in turn affect your memory and behavior. That’s why it’s so important to eat healthy brain food.
If you have high cholesterol, the bad news is that you’re at greater risk of heart disease. The good news is, there are things you can do to lower your cholesterol and manage that risk.
In the health and fitness arena, we often hear about achieving a “healthy weight.” You may immediately assume a healthy weight means as low as you can go, but this isn’t always the case. For optimum health, you must go with the Goldilocks rule: Not too heavy, not too light, just right.