Today’s Healthy Lifestyle Question:
What foods should you consume to help promote healing after surgery? After surgery, your priority would be focusing on wound healing and recovery. Eating well… Read More »Today’s Health Tip ~ Best Foods for Post Surgery Recovery
Blood is like your body’s superhighway. It carries nutrients and oxygen to everything from your heart and brain to your muscles and skin. A healthy diet… Read More »Today’s Health Tip ~ What Foods Improve Circulation?
Brown rice – High in Fiber, Low in Fat Low in fat and high in fiber, brown rice is also a rich source of selenium—a… Read More »Today’s Health Tip ~ Brown Rice is Good for the Thyroid
Raspberries are Good for Your Brain and Nerves Just one cup contains nearly half your daily manganese—important for brain and nerve function, as well as… Read More »Today’s Health Tip ~ Raspberries – Summer’s Healthy Gift
Drink Green Tea Green tea’s antioxidant compounds have been linked to slower cancer growth, improved blood flow, weight loss, improved liver function, and reduced rates… Read More »Today’s Health Tip ~ Want to Lower Your Stroke Risk?
Onions Are Good For You They’re champs when it comes to polyphenols and flavonoids, which are both linked to lower oxidative stress and reduced cancer… Read More »Today’s Health Tip ~ Onions Pack a Healthy Punch
The Remarkable Sardine They’re cheap, portable, and among the best sources of heart-healthy omega-3s. Long-chain omega-3s have also been shown to limit inflammation and slow… Read More »Today’s Health Tip ~ They’re Small but a Powerhouse
Brussels sprouts These cruciferous vegetables feature sulfur compounds called glucosinolates, shown to help lower your risk for several types of cancer. Loaded with iron and… Read More »Today’s Health Tip ~ Brussels Sprouts – A Protector from Cancer