2013, Time to Recommit to your Health!
Let's Eat! We could all benefit from making healthier eating choices. Whether it is adding more vegetables in our day, drinking more water or putting a stop to midnight snacking, celebrate this month by EATING RIGHT!
Want to avoid overeating?
Go to bed earlier! A study published in the SLEEP journal, November
2012, showed that lack of sleep may cause men and women to overeat. Aim
for 7 to 9 hours of shut—eye nightly, and stick to the same sleeping
schedule everyday of the week to reduce your urge to overeat.
Every year, about 715,000
Americans have a heart attack. About 600,000 people die from heart
disease in the U.S. each year. Cardiovascular disease, including heart
disease and stroke, costs the United States $312.6 billion each year
Heart disease is the leading cause of death for both men and
women – the situation of heart disease in America is alarming.
The good news: heart disease is
preventable and controllable!
Follow Life's Simple 7 as according to the
American Heart Association and reduce your risk.
Follow Life's Simple 7 as according to the American Heart Association and reduce your risk.
(according to the American Heart Association)
Eat a diet rich in colorful fruits and vegetables. Read More.
Incorporating more fruits and vegetables into your diet may reduce your risk of many diseases. The Dietary Guidelines for Americans recommends eating more fruits and vegetables than any other food group.