Don't be selfish..... Please ShareWhat The Proposed Nutrition Label Changes Mean For You It has been twenty years since the FDA rolled out with their first set of nutrition labels. The intent More »
Happy Easter! For all of those people who are out there celebrating that Christ as risen (He has risen indeed), God bless. And for those of you that aren’t, well don’t let this day stop you from eating an egg. For those of you celebrating Christ, don’t let that stop you from eating an egg either. Here’s to eggs. Enjoy!
Time for the best and worst Health and Fitness News from the week. This weeks edition: Recipe of the week: tex mex stuffed avocados. Tweleve Paleo delivery services to help you get paleo from the farm to your plate. Is the media finally jumping on board with the “fat is good” bandwagon? Do green tomatoes help save muscle? All that and much much more.
The “official” end of the 2013-2014 influenza season ended on March 31. As we reported earlier toward the end of 2013, the CDC and WHO guessed that the North American flu season’s vaccination would contain up to four different flu viruses. We’ll show you how this flu season is winding down, just how bad this flu season has been, and the effectiveness of the 2013-2014 influenza vaccine so far.
Time for the best and worst Health and Fitness News from the week. This weeks edition: Recipe of the week: roasted honey lemon pepper chicken breasts. Will it ever be accepted exercise is the best medicine? Find out where your city ranked in the list of most obese cities. Why you may have measles if you went to this certain concert and much much more.
The use of Parsley dates back to almost two thousand years. Most of us probably know of it as that green leafy garnish on the side of your plate to help you freshen your breath after you eat a meal. But what are the other health benefits that parsley has to offer other than making your breath smell good? That green herb growing in your back yard might have more uses for you than you think.