Increasing certain minerals in the diet can help with lowering your systolic blood pressure, typically within just a few days of eating them. The more of these minerals you have circulating in the digestive tract and bloodstream, the less sodium you'll typically retain from food. That means less bloating, lower blood pressure, and a more true weight! Improving Systolic Blood Pressure with FoodNinaGhamrawi
Heart failure can occur if the heart cannot pump (systolic) or fill (diastolic) adequately. This means that the heart doesn't work as well as it should, and can't pump blood well enough to meet your body's needs all the time. You may have symptoms, making it difficult to do some daily tasks, or you may have no symptoms at all and a mild condition. Regardless, there are many ways that you can manage your diet, medications, and lifestyle to control symptoms.
Ramen in restaurants aren’t much considered a “healthy dish” in Japan. Read this article for a healthier version of ramen.Healthier Japanese RamenNinaGhamrawi
Have you been told by your doctor or dietitian that you need to add more vegetables to your diet? Are you just tired of eating the same salad everyday? Ways to Add More Vegetables To Your DietPraveenaKumar
Pull your sweaters out of storage, start the fireplace and get cozy! Fall is here! These 10 foods are ready in the fall, super healthy, and are a great comfort foods to warm any chilly evening.Healthiest 10 Fall Foods to EatNinaGhamrawi
The USDA states that the average adult needs between 3-5 cups of vegetables every day in order to prevent or manage chronic disease! This recommendation includes a variety and combination of both “starchy” and “non-starchy” vegetables in order to meet ALL of your nutrient needs. In this article, we will address the pros and cons of starchy vegetables, starchy vegetable examples, and ideal preparation methods. What About the “Starchy” Vegetables?GraceAguirre
Tired of the same old, oatmeal for breakfast? Add less sugar, more spice, and (of course) everything nice, and try out a bowl of savory oats for a change. Savory OatsNinaGhamrawi