Category Archive: Health

Salt the Roads, Not Your Heart


Salt Crystals Neither my stove nor my table has seen salt or any form of sodium in over tweny years. According to the American Heart Association, the average american should only eat less… Continue reading

Curb Hunger Pangs with This Oil


Here’s a snack that ought to stop you from, well, snacking: whole-grain bread dipped in olive oil.   Restaurants have the right idea. Some serve a plate of aromatic, fruity olive oil with… Continue reading

Heavy? Aim for 1,000


Regardless of where you find yourself on the scale after the holidays, a few extra walks will still do wonders for your heart.   Even if you’re well above your ideal weight, burning… Continue reading

Fuel your body for winter weather


Cottage cheese, eggs or kale can help you look and feel amazing   Introduction You love it when the mercury dips low enough for you to break out your knee-high boots and sexy… Continue reading

Fat-burners Continued


You really can power up your metabolism with the right menu   Go organic   Canadian researchers report that dieters with the most organochlorines (pollutants from pesticides, which are stored in fat cells)… Continue reading

Good nutrition is always in season


Eat a diet rich in a variety of produce, whole grains, lean proteins, and low-fat dairy   Food alone can’t protect against the common cold or influenza, and the science isn’t yet clear… Continue reading

Fight middle-age spread with these fat-burners


You really can power up your metabolism with the right menu   Eat enough   You need to cut calories to lose weight. But going too low delivers a double whammy to your… Continue reading

Help for your Resolultion


Experts reveal health secrets for NUTRITION Dr. Melina Jampolis, a San Francisco, California, physician nutrition specialist, is the diet and fitness expert for CNNhealth.com. She focuses exclusively on nutrition for weight loss and… Continue reading

Women Warned: Eat Less or Weigh More


Calorie Cutback Cuts Women’s Odds of Middle-Age Weight Gain   Women who don’t try to eat less more than double their risk of substantial weight gain in middle age, a three-year study shows.… Continue reading

New study links diet to heart failure risk


Whole grains offer protection, but go easy on the eggs and dairy   Each serving of whole grains may lessen heart failure risk by 7 percent among middle-aged African-American and white men and… Continue reading