Here’s the thing. I know you know it’s summer. All you’ve got to do is take a look at the thermometer and you can tell
Osteoporosis continues to plague millions of Americans. The condition leaves many unable to move properly and exposes them to an increased risk of fractures and poor health.
Here in North Carolina (and probably along much of the East Coast), once summer rolls around, you’ll see roadside signs advertising a “free-for-all” on berry picking.
One of the most abundant summer crops in backyard gardens are green beans.
You might have noticed beet juice seems to be in all of these healthy vegetable juice blends.
You’ve likely heard the news reporting on how antibiotics are becoming more ineffective.
Perhaps you’ve heard of the ketogenic diet. The ketogenic diet isn’t necessarily new, as diets like the “Atkins diet” and the “South Beach Diet” rely on ketosis for weight loss and to help regulate BMI.
There’s plenty of reason to love avocados. First, they’re one of the only fruits to contain fat; healthy monounsaturated fats which are absolutely necessary for superior health.
New research published in The Lancet has made an interesting discovery. If you have a weak grip, you might have an increased risk of heart disease.