No one questions that fruit is an essential part of the diet. But did you know that more than 70 percent of Americans do not eat the recommended amount of fruit? One hundred percent juice is a convenient way to help you get the important fruit nutrients you need.
Whether you're training for your first half marathon or a busy mom on-the-go, there's no question that protein is essential to keeping your body in top physical form.
If you're currently at a healthy weight, you're already one step ahead of the game. To stay at a healthy weight, it's worth doing a little planning now.
Dieting is a four-letter word to many, but a necessary evil for an equal number of people. Losing weight is not only good for your health, it can also be good for your wallet. On average, people aged 65+ spend more than $5,000 per year on health-related expenses. Not all of them can be avoided, but there are some life changes that you can make now to slim your waistline and redirect some of those healthcare dollars back into your portfolio.
Whether eating together as a family, or enjoying breakfast on-the-go, it’s easy to boost the nutritional value of morning meals by incorporating foods with whole grain, protein and fiber.
Learn to make healthier snack choices while also enjoying your favorite foods in moderation.
From nursing yourself back to health to simple defensive measures, carry these tips as you march into cold and flu season.
Learn how assessment results have mobilized underserved communities in east-central Texas to improve health services and mental health resources.
Blueberries are nature's perfect little superfood, and now these little blue powerhouses are available in grocery stores throughout the winter months.
A healthy lifestyle is necessary at any age, but for those over 50, it’s especially important. As you age, your body changes, and your risk for health problems increases. Fortunately, there are three simple things you can do to lead a healthier and happier life.
Getting healthy after over-indulging during the holiday season may not be easy at first, but it can be done. Here are some suggestions on cutting calories and being active.
Common colds are caused by viruses. A sore throat and runny nose are usually the first signs of infection, followed by coughing and sneezing. Most people recover within 10 days. Learn simple prevention tips.
Planning ahead can help make your healthy resolution a reality.
Brighten the holidays by making your health and safety a priority.
Healthy eating during the holidays gives a head start on looking great for upcoming summer beach parties, careful not to get lost in food. Unfortunately, it takes work to lose those holiday inches.