Put Down the Salt Shaker: Here's How and Why to Eat Less Salt

Put Down the Salt Shaker: Here's How and Why to Eat Less Salt

It’s recommended that we limit sodium intake to 2,300 milligrams of sodium per day, but it’s estimated that Americans eat almost double! Sodium is hidden in many foods, so it’s very easy to go above our recommended intake. Here are easy - and yummy - tips and low sodium alternatives to help you put down the salt shaker. Your heart will thank you!

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7 Things You Can Do For Your Heart and Why It Matters Today

7 Things You Can Do For Your Heart and Why It Matters Today

Recent studies have shown that cardiovascular disease now kills one out of 3 Americans. The fact is, many of us don’t think about our heart health - and don’t have symptoms - until there’s a problem much later in life when treatment is already needed. Here are 7 things you can do today to live a healthier, longer life. 

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8 Foods to Boost Your Immune System - For Flu Season and Beyond

8 Foods to Boost Your Immune System - For Flu Season and Beyond

Your immune system is always chugging away, defending you from bacteria, viruses, and other germs and protecting you from everything from common colds to cancer. While no one food will magically fight off the flu, adding these essential nutrients and tips to your day will give your immune system a fighting chance through cold season and beyond.

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Why You Need to Start Adding Herbs To Your Meals - Today

Why You Need to Start Adding Herbs To Your Meals - Today

These tiny leaves were popular way before microgreens became cool. Herbs are way more than just a garnish! These tiny little leaves are packed with goodness. Not only do they add flavor and color to a meal, herbs are also full of nutrients and disease-fighting antioxidants.  

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12 Foods to Protect Your Skin Against the Sun

12 Foods to Protect Your Skin Against the Sun

While food can't compete with sunscreen, a hat, or good ol' fashioned shade, some foods can boost your skin's ability to protect itself and heal from time in the sun. By enjoying some of these antioxidant rich foods on the regular, you can reap skin protecting benefits (but still don’t skip the sunscreen).

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