Let’s make this Valentine’s Day the start of giving your own heart some love to stay healthy and fit. This is the time of year when we focus on the heart and romance, but ironically Valentine’s Day is mostly associated with candy and sugar, which are both inflammatory and not heart healthy. Many factors contribute to a healthy heart, such as following a heart healthy diet, enjoying regular exercise and taking supplements that support cardiovascular health. […]
Superbowl Sunday is almost here and we are all ready to settle in for the Big Game and get some great foods to snack on. We scoured the internet to find some healthier versions of classic Super bowl fare, and here are some recipes and ideas we found, and even though you may not be a huge football fan, chances are you will be watching at least some of this big game and having some of the Super Bowl fare as well. Football viewing usually comes along with chicken wings, chips, dips and plenty of beer. In fact, the average calorie consumption during the big game is a whopping 1,236. Below you will find some recommendations on how to make this year’s Super Bowl Party a lot healthier and easier on your waistline. […]
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