Sodium (salt) is a deadly, addictive food additive. We should have no salt in our cupboards. Most foods already have enough sodium, without our shaking more salt on them. Read this linked article from Harvard University to learn a few ways to consume less salt.
In the link below, we find a summary of the most recent annual report, “The State of Obesity: Better Policies for a Healthier America.” For such an advanced nation, we still tend to ignore what we know to be healthy lifestyle changes. Yet, for the time being we seem to have at least stunted the growth of obesity in America. Now, we must do better at reducing obesity in America.
Current physical activity guidelines prescribe at least 150 minutes per week of moderate aerobic activity or 75 minutes of vigorous aerobic activity. And at least 2 days per week of resistance (weight-bearing) training. Read the brief linked article below for details.
Bad weather season is upon us. Here are a few valuable tips to prevent and evaluate refrigerated foods during power outages.