(Link to this calculator below) Here’s a link to a BMI calculator. According to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention, “Body Mass Index (BMI) is a number calculated from a person’s weight and height. BMI provides a reliable indicator of body fatness for most people and is used to screen for weight categoriesContinue reading “How Much Body Fatness Do You Have? Calculate Your BMI here.”
Nuts are good for you! No news there. But it seems they’re really good for you. Research shows that if you eat them regularly you’ll live longer says Dr. Bill Elliot (see the link to his article below referencing a study by the New England Journal of Medicine). In short, consumption of nuts (all kinds)Continue reading “Nuts!”
Spinach, sliced hard boiled eggs, tomato, avocado, yellow pepper with Meyer lemon squeezed on top. Throw it into a lunch bag with a fork, a napkin, a bottle of water and you have a perfect lunch away from home.
Solid evidence that mom was right. Eat your vegetables and live a longer and healthier life! According to Dr. Eberhart-Phillips very few of us eat enough servings of fruits and vegetables (at least five) daily. For those who do, scientific data show it can reduce risk of heart disease (by 17%!), reduce risk of diabetes,Continue reading “Eat your Vegetables!”