Most recent data from the Centers for Disease Prevention and Control reveals that almost half of adults in the U.S. have hypertension, also known as high blood pressure. The question is, why?
Having high blood pressure does not necessarily mean a person has to eliminate specific foods from their diet. Rather than trying to cut these out, a person should focus on moderation and finding healthy substitutes for their favorite snacks.
If you remember one thing from this article, let it be this: Garlic breath is good. Seriously, if you’ve eaten your fair share of garlic today, you’ve done a service to your health. But what is garlic, and why is it so good for you?
Next to water, tea is the most consumed beverage in the world, and in the U.S., Let’s talk about how tea can affect blood pressure levels.
The toll dementia or Alzheimer’s disease can take on a family is limitless. No one can predict how fast a loved one will go downhill or the care plans that are needed, and the emotional fallout can be huge.
When you’ve spent three months eating all your meals at home (and cooking the vast majority of them yourself), it’s only natural for several food truths to emerge. Truth one: the importance of a good snack stash. Truth two: Frozen veggies can be used for way more than just stir-fry. Truth three: yeast is a precious commodity we should never take for granted again.
Pan-blackening is an easy stovetop technique for preparing fish. Made with olive oil, as ours is, pan-blackening is a healthy alternative to deep-frying and can be used with any type of fish fillet.
While many people have adopted cooking as a hobby, it is not among my favorite chores, although I see its importance now, more than ever.