Most of us do not recognize or know that digestive problems can cause chaos throughout the entire body, leading to allergies, arthritis, autoimmune disease, rashes, acne, chronic fatigue, mood disorders, autism, dementia, cancer, and more. Read More
More than 100 million Americans have high cholesterol which can clog arteries and cause heart attacks, heart disease and strokes.
Lifestyle changes can help reduce cholesterol, keep you off cholesterol-lowering medications or enhance the effect of your medications. You can of course improve cholesterol with medications, but if you'd rather first make lifestyle changes to reduce your cholesterol, these changes can help or perhaps even eliminate you from having to take medication. Here are eight lifestyle changes to help get you started. Read More
Eating the right amounts of fruits and vegetables can change your life! The average American eats only 43% of the recommended fruit and only 57% of the recommended vegetables each day. That means half of Americans are not getting the nutrients they need. A vegetable-rich diet is a smart way to start looking, feeling and living better. But getting all the recommended is easier said than done. Read More
Heart disease is the leading killer of both men and women in the United States, taking the lives of more than 2,150 Americans each day. On average, 37 percent of American adults have two or more risk factors for developing heart disease, such as high blood pressure, high cholesterol, and diabetes.
Unlike the emergence of wrinkles and gray hair, what you can’t see as you get older is the impact aging has on your heart. This is why it’s important, to take extra steps to care for your heart. With age comes an increased risk for heart disease and your blood pressure and cholesterol numbers tend to rise if you don’t take the proper precautions. Read More