Usually after everyone has indulged over the holidays and the new year arrives, many resolve to get healthier. Some may purchase a Peloton bike or treadmill while others may just start to walk outside more often. While exercising is key, it’s not a standalone remedy for getting healthier. Here are some additional tips to incorporate and help achieve those goals.
There’s a lot of buzz lately about gut health and your microbiome. A healthy gut contributes to a strong immune system, heart health, brain health, improved mood, better sleep, and effective digestion, and it may help prevent some cancers and autoimmune diseases.
One way to improve your gut health is to add a probiotic to your diet – either through food or a supplement. Read on to discover what probiotics do for you.
According to the CDC, one in 5 adults in the US have high blood pressure and don’t even know it. Some of the health threats from high blood pressure include stroke, heart attack, vision loss and kidney disease or failure. Here are 15 ways to naturally lower your blood pressure.
The mineral potassium protects against heart disease and stroke. If you asked someone what would you eat to raise your potassium levels, I’ll bet most people would answer “a banana”. But bananas deliver less than 10 percent of our daily dose of potassium. If you want to get more potassium through your diet, here’s 10 additional foods you can eat to raise your levels.
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