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Lifestyle Changes to Treat High Blood Pressure
Lifestyle Changes to Treat High Blood Pressure Tue, Nov 14, 2017 With the recent American Heart Association guideline changes, nearly half of all Americans have been identified as having high blood pressure. High blood pressure is a major risk factor for our country’s leading causes of death, stroke and heart dise... Read More

New Guidelines for High Blood Pressure Just Released
New Guidelines for High Blood Pressure Just Released Mon, Nov 13, 2017 Last week the American Heart Association released new guidelines to define high blood pressure. Under the new guideline, 46% of adults in the US are now considered to have high blood pressure. That accounts for over 103 million people. This change wi... Read More

Cutting out Added Sugar- 6 Things to Expect
Cutting out Added Sugar- 6 Things to Expect Wed, Nov 08, 2017 The research we have on sugar is not at all sweet. When you trade a diet of processed foods for a diet containing natural sugars- the sugar found in fruits, vegetables, and milk- you will notice changes in your body. Read More

New Study Suggests Sugar Affects Mental Health
New Study Suggests Sugar Affects Mental Health Sat, Nov 04, 2017 While it is no surprise that a high sugar diet takes a large toll on our body physically, but now a new study has reason to believe it affects our mental health as well. Yes, the same sugar that gives you the temporary mood boost at the end of a long... Read More

Dry Skin Solutions for Seniors
Dry Skin Solutions for Seniors Thu, Nov 02, 2017 As the weather begins to change, you may be noticing some changes in your skin as well. 75% of seniors are affected by dry and flaky skin. Here are some tips to alleviate the discomfort of dry skin and prevent further skin complications. Read More

World Stroke Day: Top 15 Facts you Should Know
World Stroke Day: Top 15 Facts you Should Know Sun, Oct 29, 2017 October 29 is World Stroke Day. It is a day to raise awareness for not only the prevention and treatment for stroke, but also to educate the world on how big of a health concern stroke is. Read More

Why do Seniors Bruise More Easily?
Why do Seniors Bruise More Easily? Wed, Oct 25, 2017 Do you feel that with age you find more and more bruises on your skin? In fact, most of the time you don’t even recall what happened to you.  It is true that some people bruise more easily than others, especially women, but age also is a contributing... Read More

What NOT to do When Giving up Added Sugar
What NOT to do When Giving up Added Sugar Sat, Oct 21, 2017 Giving up added sugar can be a bit… sticky. It will be a learning experience that you probably won't get right on the first day. Giving up added sugar isn’t easy, so here are some habits to avoid along your journey. Read More

Are you Ready to Give up on Added Sugar?
Are you Ready to Give up on Added Sugar? Sat, Oct 21, 2017 Are you ready to kick the sugar? The sugar that is adding pounds to your waistline, causing your energy to rise and fall throughout the day, and slowing making you sick- yes it is time for a change. Here are some tips to help you get started on your ... Read More

Are you Addicted to Sugar? The Warning Signs you Need to Know.
Are you Addicted to Sugar? The Warning Signs you Need to Know. Wed, Oct 18, 2017 The more sugar you consume, the more you will want. Sugar has made its way into seemly healthy foods. Chances are that you are eating way more added sugar than you think, and maybe are addicted. Read More

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