There are many, many reasons to eat veggies including lowering blood pressure, increasing your fiber intake, reducing the risk of heart disease and certain cancers, as well as improving eye and digestive health.
Meditation is not just a great way to relax, but it also offers a variety of physical and mental health benefits that can help supercharge your health goals all year long. So why should you consider adding regular meditation to your daily routine this year?
With yoga studios popping up on nearly every street corner and numerous YouTube channels devoted to the practice, it’s clear that Americans have embraced yoga fitness in a big way. For the uninitiated, however, figuring out how to get started can seem daunting.
Bored. Tired. Stressed. If you close your eyes and think about these emotions (and let’s be honest, you could be feeling one of them right now), you may conjure visions of chocolate frosted donuts, bags of potato chips, and a pizza pie piled high.
Are you getting enough fiber in your diet? The answer is “probably not” if you’re like most Americans. The Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics (ADA), recommends a daily fiber intake of 25 grams for women and 38 grams for men.
Chronic disease is on the rise in America and has been for many years. A diet full of processed foods, red meat, chemicals and more are drastically changing the American gut microbiome and immune system.
Experts will tell you creating an exercise habit is a central pillar for getting and staying fit. Traveling for work or vacation can sometimes upend your daily schedule, so sticking to your usual fitness routine can be challenging during these times.
Finding time for a healthy meal can be challenging when you’re juggling the demands of a hectic day. You know how it goes—your lunch hour shrinks to five minutes between back-to-back meetings, or hunger strikes when you’re already late for a doctor’s appointment.