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Advice for Optimal Health and NutritionTaking care of your health is an ongoing process. There are many things you can do in your day-to-day activities that will improve your overall health. You can take an active role in your own health management by making subtle changes in behaviors that, when added together, produce wonderful results. A little more nutritious eating plus a little increase in activity plus small attempts to manage stress will equal a healthier you!
Check here often for useful health management tips!
To give you ideas, we publish helpful health management information in this section. We realize most people's lives are very busy, so we've kept many of the suggestions fairly simple. Apply these health management tips into your routines in small steps. But be assured, repeating similar simple behaviors most days can produce long lasting and effective results. It's the key to a wellness program and lifestyle that will keep you in optimal health.
Go for Color!
Adding a variety of colors to your meals is an easy way to increase the variety of nutrients called Phytochemicals. These take nutrition a step beyond vitamins and minerals alone. Read article
Fad Diets: What you may be missing
New diets come and go. This article will help you decide if the recommendations are nutritionally sound. Read article
Tips from the American Cancer Society to allow us to grill and eat it too!
H1N1 Vaccine: When is the best time?
The H1N1 virus has affected over 1 million people and killed over 25,000 people worldwide. This article describes measures you can take to protect yourself and your family from the virus. Read article
Sun Exposure: How much is too much?
Too much sun exposure can lead to skin cancer while too little exposure can lead to vitamin D deficiency. Find out how much sun exposure is just right.
Other Important Topics:
Tips on Taking Calcium: Read article
Menopause Treatment Options to HRT: Read article
After Work Eaters Do Have Options: Read article
Trans Fats – The Other Bad Fat: Read article
A Low-Cholesterol Diet is as Good as Drugs: Read article
Introduction to Fiber: Read article
Dietary Fiber Content: Read article
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