Nutrition and wellness is tasteful
Exercise is a benefit to every part of the body--mind included.
Exercise makes you look better, lose weight, and lowers your risk of many chronic diseases, and slows down aging.
"You don't have to cook fancy or complicated masterpieces--just good food from fresh ingredients."
"If we're not willing to settle for 'junk living,' we shouldn't settle for junk food."
Food is medicine
"Let medicine be thy food, and food be thy medicine."
"Don't eat anything your great grandmother wouldn't recognize as food."
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But, exercise and eating a healthy diet aren't the only factors to consider upon lowering our cholesterol levels -- it's stress too. To learn more, read the article here.
Doctor's TIPS for STRESS
- Think positive thoughts!
- Eat healthy foods
- Practice relaxation
- Make room for yourself!
- Attempt to create a stress-free (or close to stress-free) home and work environment
Monday, February 1, 2016
Even if it's a quick toasted whole wheat bagel with a smear of peanut butter and a banana -- just do it!
After a night without food, your body needs refueling to get through the next day. "Think about the word 'breakfast,'" says Tallahassee, Fla.-based dietitian Evette O'Connor, MS, RD. "It literally means to 'break your fast,' the 8 or 10 hours your body has gone without food. When you don't eat breakfast, your body has to call upon other nutritional stores in order to function. It's just like your car. You can't drive without gas, and your body won't function properly without replenishing its fuel."
To learn more about other breakfast options, read the article here.