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Staying Physically Active

Physical activity is just as important to your overall health as proper nutrition. Being more active can help you feel better, give you more energy, and help reduce your risk of heart disease. But for most people, working out at the gym for 2 hours per day, 6 days a week isn’t a viable option.

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Keeping Your Diet Healthy & Balanced

Keeping Your Diet Healthy & Balanced

An unbalanced diet that is high in fat and processed foods can lead to a number of digestive disorders, including heartburn, indigestion, acid reflux, gas and constipation. Other preventable factors contributing to digestive disorders can be alcohol consumption, smoking, stress, lack of sleep and lack of exercise.

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Achieving Your Ideal Body Weight

Achieving Your Ideal Body Weight

Carrying around extra weight can lead to a number of health problems. Excess weight puts more strain on your heart. It can raise blood pressure, contribute to high blood cholesterol and makes diabetes more likely to develop. Losing excess weight is one of the best ways to reduce your risk of heart disease, not to mention you will feel better about yourself and have more energy!

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Keep Your Heart Healthy!

Keep Your Heart Healthy!

High blood cholesterol and high blood pressure are risk factors for heart disease and stroke. When blood cholesterol is too high it settles on the inside walls of blood vessels. As it builds up, blood vessels become clogged and the blood vessels become clogged and the blood can’t flow properly to the heart and brain. When this happens the chances of having a heart attack or stroke are greatly increased.

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