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Lower Your High Blood Pressure: Fruits, Veggies, and This Tasty Meal

What you eat, how much you exercise and how much stress you have in your life are all contributing factors in determining your blood pressure levels. We’ve got a tasty recipe that combines fresh and incredibly delicious ingredients to help lower your high blood pressure.

Keep your heart healthy

How to Keep Your Heart Healthy

Keeping a healthy heart is incredibly important to our health, as heart disease remains the #1 leading cause of death in America. Exercise, eating the right diet, as well knowing about the world of supplements and medications are vital to supporting your heart for the long-term future.

5 Reasons You Should Drink Coffee Every Day

5 Reasons You Should Drink Coffee Every Day

The case for coffee daily is stronger than ever…studies show you could be getting more from that cup of joe than you thought. A good quality coffee brewed to perfection contains antioxidants and much more.

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Are You Getting Enough Magnesium?

Are you getting enough Magnesium? Why is magnesium important? Magnesium plays many crucial roles in the body, such as supporting muscle and nerve function and energy production, and so much more. Here’s what you need to know about Magnesium…

Wipe Down: How to Disinfect Your Screens

Wipe Down: How to Disinfect Your Screens

Brace yourself, because the truth is gross, but here goes: Your electronic devices are a huge magnet for dust, grime, grease and harmful bacteria. In fact, studies have shown that the average smartphone has seven times more bacteria than a toilet seat! Here’s our guide to safeguarding your health and sanitizing your electronics.


7 Habits that Age You

Nobody wants to age any faster than they have to. Surprisingly, though, things you do, perhaps even daily, could be adding years to your life, even making you look older. Here’s how to put the kibosh on seven of these seemingly harmless behaviors.

Insulin Resistance and Heart Disease

Insulin Resistance and Heart Disease

Is insulin resistance the first sign of heart disease? A growing body of evidence says it is. One of insulin’s main jobs is to round up the excess sugar in the bloodstream and deliver it into the muscle cells where it can be “burned” for energy.  What happens if that excess sugar doesn’t get burned like it should?


The 3 Types of Body Fat: A Guide

Even though you may loathe it, not all body fat is bad. In fact, having more of certain kinds can actually be beneficial. Find out about White (WAT), Brown (BAT) and Beige Fat, and their function in the body…

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Sugar’s Not So Sweet Side

Did you know the average American consumes about 152 pounds of sugar each year? We might love a nice slice of carrot cake but balance is the key!

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