Let’s Get Physical

The current recommended physical activity guidelines for adults include at least 150 minutes per week of moderate to vigorous cardiorespiratory activity (brisk walkiing) and at least 2 days per week of resistance (weight-bearing) exercise. Accomplishing these goals, we can significantly reduce our susceptibility to insuline resistance, a contributing factor of metabolic syndrome. But even some cardio and weight training proves to be better than none at all. Read this short article for details.

http://www.cooperinstitute.org/2018/05/10/can-just-a-little-bit-of-resistance-training-help-to-prevent-metabolic-syndrome

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Healthy Eating: Reducing Blood Pressure

Many health conditions can be mitigated with our nutrition choices. Most of us know to avoid sodium (salt) if our blood pressure is high. However, instead of repeating what we should avoid eating, here are several things to consider eating if we are hypertensive … with our doctor’s blessing, of course.

baked salmon fillet

baked salmon fillet

http://www.cheatsheet.com/health-fitness/foods-everyone-with-high-blood-pressure-should-eat.html/?a=viewall

Simple 7: A Lifestyle for Wellness

Unfortunately, there is no one single lifestyle action which will ensure we stay healthy and fit. The human body—and the environment in which live—is far too complex for a simple panacea. However, we can inject a series of uncomplicated behaviors into our daily lifestyle in order to reduce our risk for life-shortening maladies. Here are some:

http://www.cooperinstitute.org/2016/07/29/decrease-your-cardiovascular-disease-risk-lifes-simple-7