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Understanding Market Labels To Shop Healthy

Understanding Market Labels To Shop Healthy
More and more people are accepting the fact that it is critical to eat a balanced diet of high quality foods in order to protect themselves from preventable diseases such as diabetes and heart disease. I’ll admit though, that once in the grocery store it can be a confusing task to select the right foods with so many different market labels staring you in the face. Labels...

How To Make Healthy Salad Choices

How To Make Healthy Salad Choices
Salads are usually the choice for those struggling with health conditions such as diabetes and heart disease, and often prove the wise choice for those of us who are not.  Many of us have fallen into the trap of thinking that a salad is automatically healthy. Of course, most of the time salads do contain nutritious ingredients. Clearly, it’s hard to go wrong with...

Study Reveals Link Between Vitamin D And Cardiovascular Health

Study Reveals Link Between Vitamin D And Cardiovascular Health
Our skin produces Vitamin D when it absorbs ultraviolet rays from the sun. There are no naturally occurring foods which contain significant amounts of this vitamin. As a result, a large portion of the population suffers from a vitamin D deficiency (some reports estimate nearly half the population). This deficiency is cause for concern not only because of its connection to...

Glucose Monitoring Made Easy

Glucose Monitoring Made Easy
Constantly monitoring glucose levels can be taxing, but it is essential to living a healthy life as a diabetic. Thanks to advances in technology, there are now options that can make the process a bit easier. Recently the Apple Store added a new product called “iBGStar® Blood Glucose Monitoring System.”  This product is a combination of an app for your iphone and...

Decrease Your Risk of Diabetes Through Interval Training

Decrease Your Risk of Diabetes Through Interval Training
It has been known for quite some time that exercise goes a long way in decreasing the risk of  diabetes and cardiovascular disease, but as new research comes to light not all training programs have the same effect. To reap maximum health benefits from your time in the gym, interval training just might be the winner. According to an article in “Cardiology Today”...
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