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6 Steps to a Heart-Healthy Home

Posted on February 9, 2015 by 4 Comments

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You may be feeling a little extra love this month. Between American Heart Month and Valentine’s Day, your ticker is getting some extra attention. Your heart provides your body nutrients and oxygen it needs to survive.  Make your heart health a priority; it starts in the home.

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Should You Take Sodium with a Grain of Salt?

Posted on January 20, 2014 by Leave a comment

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Put down the salt shaker—at least that’s what you’ve heard your whole life. But a low-sodium stamp isn’t necessarily a stamp of good health. There is more to the story, and it starts with taking sodium with a grain of salt.

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Health Benefits of Dark Chocolate

Posted on August 1, 2012 by Leave a comment

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dark chocolateYou may have heard news reports that chocolate, and in particular dark chocolate containing 65 percent or higher cocoa content, can benefit your health. So, is chocolate actually a healthy food?

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Your Fitness Level: Never Too Late to Take Charge!

Posted on July 5, 2011 by 2 Comments

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A recent study found that one’s fitness level at midlife was a good predictor if one would go on to develop heart disease, or not.

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