Tag: nutrition

Aging, Cardio, Fitness, Health, Nutrition, Sports

Gut-Check for Guys: Re-Thinking Your Approach to Fitness After 40

I seek a sustainable plan for fitness after 40: physical health and feeling “whole” for the 2nd half of my life. I want to feel great, look my best, keep getting happier, and live long. Of course. But how to really do it? We all face—and can powerfully answer—the same questions… 1. Exercise: What do […]

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Health, Lifestyle, Nutrition

Powerhouse Greens You Should be Adding to Your DietPowerhouse Greens You Should be Adding to Your Diet

The ground has finally thawed, and it seems the time for planting our kitchen gardens has finally arrived. But even if you aren’t looking to ‘growing your own’, markets and farmers stands offer an expansive selection of vegetables to choose from. With all that is available to choose from, what are our best bets for health? When in […]

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Diabetes, Fitness, Health, Lifestyle, Nutrition

Cut Out Soda, Cut Your Risk of Diabetes

Americans consume nearly 130 pounds of added sugars per person every year. This includes both sugar and high fructose corn syrup. These sugars lead to obesity, type 2 diabetes, hypertension and heart disease and can be found in sweetened drinks, syrup, honey, breads, and yogurts. Since the 1970’s sugar consumption has decreased 40%, this is slightly misleading since […]

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Cardio, Diabetes, Fitness, Nutrition

prediabetesDo You Have Prediabetes?

Prediabetes means an indication that you are on the path to developing diabetes. Having prediabetes means that your blood sugar level is higher than normal, but still below the threshold for having full blown type 2 diabetes. When someone is diagnosed with prediabetes, it is important take action because otherwise it will develop into type […]

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Education, Health, Lifestyle, Nutrition, Well-being

Best Foods For Brain Health

Green leafy vegetables Green leafy vegetables are rich in folate. Low folate levels have been linked to depression. Good sources of folate include lettuce, spinach, kale, asparagus, broccoli, Brussel sprouts, celery, and cabbage. Other good sources of folate include beets, pinto beans, black beans, navy beans, papaya, strawberries, and bell peppers. Whole grains Eating whole […]

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