American Heart Month

7 Heart-Healthy Diet & Exercise Tips You Can Do Now
February is AMERICAN HEART MONTH which is the perfect time to stop and think about ones' own heart health. Whether you're feeling fit, have been diagnosed with heart disease, or, you're a heart attack survivor, there is much that can be done to make sure you're as healthy as possible.
Start Your Morning With Simple Stretches to Boost Circulation and Focus
The simple act of stretching in the morning can start your day off better, mentally and physically, and it's one of the easiest ways to ensure success in everything else you do for the rest of the day. Combining a few simple stretches with deep, deliberate breathing, helps jumpstart your body and deliver more oxygen to your muscles and your brain, giving you more focus and less achy soreness or fa
The 8 Best Foods to Reduce Your Risk of Heart Disease, According to a Doctor
If you want to eat to be heart healthier, starting today, stock these foods and eat them daily, since each one has proven benefits that–when added into a whole-foods, plant-based diet and eaten regularly over time–will help lower your cholesterol, reduce chronic inflammation on a cellular level, and increase your energy, by delivering nutrients in a fiber-filled package...
Why You Should Care About Heart Disease, Even If You’re Healthy
February is heart disease month in the US, and if you're not living in a bubble, you hear–over and over again–that nearly half of all Americans are suffering from some type of heart disease, be it high cholesterol, plaque blockages in their arteries, high blood pressure, or an elevated risk of heart attack or store...