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Despite having one of the most advanced healthcare systems in the world, America is an unhealthy nation. It sounds harsh but it is true. We consume more processed food and junk food then any other nation on earth and we are exporting our lifestyle around the globe. With advancements in nutrition and ...
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Today's heart healthy recipe comes to us from The Mayo Clinic. Enjoy this heart smart recipe with friends and family. Great food should be enjoyed with others. 20 crimini mushrooms, washed and stems removed1 1/2 cups panko breadcrumbs1/4 cup melted butter3 tablespoons chopped fresh parsley2 cup ...
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For many people one of their favorite part of a steak can be the fatty pieces also. Growing up in my house my dad always ate the fatty pieces and loved it. But trans fats may be worse than first thought. Many times when we think about trans fats as causing heart disease, blocking of the coronary art ...
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We can be very conscious of updating our wardrobe. You do not find many people wearing polyester pant suits anymore. Trends change, new information and fashions come along and we change. New technology comes along and we update, remember the bag phones those ghastly first cell phones people used in ...
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ARLINGTON - JAN 26: A view of the Pittsburgh Steelers end zone for Super Bowl XLV between the Packers and Steelers in Cowboys Stadium in Arlington Texas. Taken January 26 2011 in Arlington TX.
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Snacking is a great pastime of Americans. Walk down any snack aisle and your will find a plethora of items to munch on. With the coming of the NFL season kicking off many will be spending Sunday afternoon with a bowel of snacks, their favorite team jersey, and ice cold beer. Nothing says football li ...
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For the longest time we have been told to watch the amount of fat in our diet. Many people in the past had switched to low-fat dairy products on their physicians recommendations. The amount of saturated fat in our diets can lead to plaque build up in our arteries which in turn can lead to hypertensi ...
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From our last article we discussed the benefits of adding ginger to your diet to help lower your blood pressure. Now for most people eating raw ginger is a little to spicy so here is a juice recipe that incorporates the goodness and tones down the spiciness.Will summer coming to a close and the cool ...
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In 1785 William Cowper wrote a poem called, "The Task." In which was the line, “Variety is the very spice of life, That gives it all its flavor.” We know this to be true, eating or drinking the same thing day after day or doing the same thing day after day can become mundane and wearisome. We l ...
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People who go nuts are more healthy then those that don't. No I am not talking about going crazy. However I am talking about adding nuts to a healthy lifestyle regimen that can be amazing for your overall health. Whether is is cashews, pistachios, walnuts, or Brazil nuts, nuts are just healthy. Now ...
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High blood pressure affects about 70 million U.S. adults, which is about one of every three American adults. In addition, one out of three adults who don’t have it are one step below having it. The cost paid by the healthcare industry is staggering. High blood pressure cost the United States 46 bi ...
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