Research shows that some supplements may help lower blood pressure. These include magnesium, potassium, vitamin D, CoQ10, garlic, and fish oil. While there may be many more herbal remedies and supplements, most have little or no research associated, or may have a weak correlation to benefit. Here’s what to watch out for so you can give both your heart and your bank account a break.
Managing your blood pressure often begins with what kinds of things make it rise. We all know that monitoring blood pressure is critical to knowing your blood pressure triggers. But If you don’t know those triggers, here are 9 great tenets to live by for healthy blood pressure. Start a healthy habit and see your blood pressure change within weeks!
Eating fat is essential for our health. We know which fats, like trans and saturated fat, to limit. But what are the fats that are good for us? In this article, we are going to talk about polyunsaturated fatty acids (PUFAs).
Saturated fats are composed of fatty acids with no double bonds in their structure. They primarily exist as solids at room temperature. Read this article to learn more about saturated fats and how that affect your health.
Salads, when you keep them interesting, can be a quick, versatile and enjoyable solution to hunger. They can be an appetizer, a side, or the main meal, depending on what you add to it and the serving size. Read this article to learn how to build a better salad!
Are you tired of the same old salt and pepper seasonings? Wondering how to add more flavor to your food while still limiting salt. Here are some fun ideas for adding a little zest to your meals!
In the mornings, it can be difficult to eat a good breakfast since we are in a rush to get to work. A simple and fast way to have a delicious and nutritious meal is to make a smoothie! If you want to learn more about how to make some delicious smoothies, keep reading!
Consumption of coconut oil has increased in recent years. It is also touted as a healthy fat with beneficial impacts for cardiovascular health. But some experts disagree: It is considered a saturated fat, chemically, which makes it like butter. Is it good, or bad? What should we believe? Here we will weigh the research.