The American Heart Association recommends that everyone get 150 minutes of moderate exercise or 75 minutes of vigorous exercise weekly to promote a healthier life.
Blog archive 08.2016
Heart Disease is the number one killer of women in America and it is an indiscriminate killer. Heart disease does not care if you are young or old, fit or overweight, or if you have no family history of the disease. It can strike anyone at anytime.
It’s been the message for decades…”Back to Sleep” and educating parents on safe sleeping habits for babies has been pushed by pediatricians and researchers and is important for preventing Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS).
Long daytime naps have been found to add to your risk of developing the combination of health issues that can lead to disease and early death.
With heart disease being the number one killer of women, we need to pay special attention to the following 5 nutrient deficiencies that can cause cardiovascular disease.