It is no secret that choosing healthier foods can help you feel better, lose weight and improve your chances in the fight against heart disease, diabetes, and cancer, but what about your brain? Many of us wonder if there are powerhouse foods that protect us against memory loss, dementia and Alzheimer’s.
Not long ago, a well-intentioned soul coined the phrase “Sunday Funday” as a way to avoid doing anything productive on a Sunday. T-shirts were made and millions of brunch reservations were booked. It’s a concept we would surely endorse if not for a nagging fact: We have to work on Monday. Here, we offer a way to make better use of Sunday by planning the week’s dinners.
The next time you’re asked to bring something to a party, consider making one of these five simple recipes that are both healthy and affordable. Be the hit of the party without breaking the bank or your back!
While advances in nutrition, workplace safety, and medicine have been increasing the odds you will live a long, healthy retirement, Americans may be actively engaged in cutting their own lives shorter with their sedentary lifestyles and unhealthy diets.
We all know fruits and veggies are good for us, but how much is enough? Recent research suggests that 10 servings of fruit and vegetables a day could dramatically decrease your chances of cancer, cardiovascular disease, and even premature death. But how much is 10 servings? Not as much as you may think.