Six Foods Rich in Magnesium

Six Foods Rich in Magnesium

Magnesium is a heart healthy mineral that about 80% of Americans are deficient in. Eating foods rich in magnesium can help lower blood pressure and stimulate brain function. Six Foods Rich in Magnesium 1. Oatmeal Oatmeal is one of the all-around healthiest foods rich...
High Blood Sugar is Linked to Alzheimer’s

High Blood Sugar is Linked to Alzheimer’s

As of 2012, 29.1 million Americans have been diagnosed with diabetes. That’s almost 10% of the country. It’s commonly known that too much sugar is bad for your heart and weight, but a new study shows that high blood sugar is linked to Alzheimer’s as well. What...
Valentine’s Day Heart Health Tips

Valentine’s Day Heart Health Tips

February is the month of love and heart health awareness. This Valentine’s Day, be sure to give your loved ones the best gift by following these Valentine’s Day heart health tips. Valentine’s Day Heart Health Tips 1. Exercise Together Exercise is crucial to...
Survey Says: People Can’t Quit Sugar

Survey Says: People Can’t Quit Sugar

The average American consumes nearly 5 times the recommended amount of sugar each day. Americans tend to love sugary foods, despite knowing that it’s not good for their health. A new survey says people can’t quit sugar like they want to. How Much Sugar is Recommended?...
When You Eat Could Help Your Heart Health

When You Eat Could Help Your Heart Health

It’s common knowledge that eating a healthy, balanced diet is key to having good overall health. The timing of when you eat could help your heart health as well, according to recent studies. When You Eat Could Help Your Heart Health The American Heart Association...