All the benefits of incorporating dance and exercise
Resolution snags to watch out for and tips to help you not only keep your resolutions in 2014 but also ROCK them.
Getting on track with your nutrition in 2014
How to stay motivated and active even when it's freezing outside!
Healthy living tips to help you achieve New Year's resolution success for the remainder of the year.
According to the American Heart Association, heart disease is the primary killer of both men and women in most developed countries. The good news is that cardiovascular disease is almost entirely preventable, and in some cases, reversible! Learn how to improve heart health with these five tips.
It's Valentine's Day. View today (and by that turn, every day) as an opportunity to do something, no matter how small, that says to someone, anyone, to ourselves, “You are loved.”
Since February is American Heart Month, we’d like to give your heart health a little TLC. High cholesterol increases the risk for heart disease. Fortunately, you can help heal yourself and restore healthy cholesterol levels through eating a heart-healthy diet.
February is Healthy Heart Month, and the goal is to raise awareness about how to be as heart-healthy as possible. The bad news is that heart disease is the leading cause of death for both men and women. The good news is that with self-care through diet and exercise, heart disease is highly preventable.
Since February is American Heart Month, we’re featuring a low fat, low cholesterol recipe with black rice. It's nutritional value also helps fight the flu in addition to heart disease.
Eating right can be easy. By making small changes to the way we shop, snack and cook we can create meaningful improvements in the way we feel. In honor of National Nutrition Month® the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics encourages us to enjoy the taste of eating right. Here are some tips and recipes you can use to create nutritious meals, make the most of your calories, snack smarter, and develop easy habits for a healthy lifestyle.
Kale is an excellent source of vitamins A, C, and K, has a good amount of calcium, and supplies folate and potassium. This recipe for massaged kale salad is easy to make and stores well.