Yearly Archive: 2018

Walking vs Running: The Pros and Cons of Each as a Form of Exercise

January 4 2018

Everyone knows that working out for at least 30 minutes 3 to 5 times a week is good for the body and mind. Having your regular dose of exercise offers so many benefits, ranging from building muscles to warding off heart disease. Choosing a form of exercise that suits your needs and preference is essential, and two...


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9 Factors That Can Hurt Your Liver

January 3 2018

Alcohol is one of the best-known causes of liver damage, but it’s not the only culprit. Your liver is the largest organ in your body, and it has some equally big responsibilities: filtering the body’s blood, processing nutrients, helping to fight infection, producing proteins you need for blood clotting, and much more. But all these jobs...


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Got Diabetes? Here’s Exactly What To Order At 8 Types Of Restaurants

January 2 2018

Yes, you can eat out—pretty much anywhere! Here’s how to make smart choices. When you have diabetes, eating out can seem more complicated than deciphering the new tax code. But it doesn’t have to be. “People with diabetes can enjoy most any kind of restaurant,” says dietitian Jill Weisenberger. “The key is to stick as closely...


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Essential Nutrients For Strong Mental Health

January 1 2018

Eat well to protect one of the most important organs in your body: Your brain. You know you need calcium for strong bones and fiber for a healthy digestive tract. There are also nutrients you need for a strong brain, according to research published in The Lancet Psychiatry. “Nutrition is as important to psychiatry as it...


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