Making healthy choices for snacks or quick meals can be difficult. Many “Healthy Choices” in snacks may not be so healthy and some may pose dangerous health risks.
How much sugar should a healthy person eat (or drink) in a day? The nutritional labels on foods generally tell not only the quantity of each nutrient, but also the percentage of the recommended daily amount. The exception is sugar.
“The Fast Way to Make Food Healthier: Expert tips and tricks to help you put together nutritious and delicious meals and spend less time in the kitchen.”
I know you encourage us all to walk frequently, but I am wondering, will that help those of us with high blood pressure?
Yes, an AARP Bulletin reported last January that high blood pressure is just one of half a dozen ailments that can be improved by taking regular walks – but at different speeds and durations.
Mr. Pedometer, it’s January 2019 and I know I need to make some changes in my life to get healthy this year. I just don’t know where to start. Do you have any suggestions?
Since most of our health changes have to do with nutrition and exercise, start with this great article found on the Very Well Fit website. Go through the questionnaire and be honest with yourself. Then instead of trying to change everything at once, pick one thing to change, i.e. decide to get up a half hour earlier each morning and go for a walk before diving into your day. Once you have established one change, go on to another one. Change 1 Thing at a time so that you don’t get overwhelmed and give up.