Barley Another high-fiber cholesterol fighter. On weeknights, use the pearl or quick-cooking variety. More time? Give hulled barley, with its extra layer of bran, a try. Pumpkin The antioxidants in this winter squash keep skin healthy; its potassium helps lower blood pressure.5 Nut Butter Heart-healthy monounsaturated fats abound in these protein-rich spreads, especially peanut and almond butter. Opt for those with just two ingredients: nuts and … Continue reading The 30 Healthiest Foods to Eat Every Day
Oatmeal Oatmeal keeps cholesterol in check, helps fight against heart disease, and keeps you full until lunch, thanks to its soluble fiber. Look for old-fashioned or steel-cut varieties. Avocado You’ll get nearly 20 percent of your daily dose of fiber in one 1/2 cup serving of avocado, plus cholesterol-lowering monounsaturated fats.1 Walnuts Walnuts are a solid source of omega-3 fatty acids—the fats that lower the bad-for-you … Continue reading The 30 Healthiest Foods to Eat Every Day!
Tyler James Williams just reminded us of the importance of being in tune with your body. In the latest issue of Men’s Health, the actor divulged his current wellness routine and opened up about how he developed a better relationship with his body following a diagnosis of Crohn’s disease. Williams also takes readers through the signs and near-fatal symptoms that ultimately led to the discovery of … Continue reading Tyler James Williams’ wellness journey is a reminder to prioritize health
Repeat COVID-19 infections could lead to severe health consequences, including organ failure and even death. A new study from Washington University School of Medicine and the Veterans Affairs St. Louis Health Care system found that people who were infected with the virus numerous times were twice as likely to die and three times more likely to be hospitalized than those who only had it once. Published in … Continue reading Repeat COVID infections could be deadly: study
1. Canned baked beans Baked beans aren’t necessarily unhealthy — in fact, they’re usually high in protein and fiber — but the canned variety typically adds in sugar, salt and other additives. Just look at Bush’s Original Baked Beans, seasoned with bacon and brown sugar. One serving, or half a cup of beans, has 7 grams of protein and 5 grams of fiber, but also … Continue reading These Are The 25 Unhealthiest Grocery Store Items
2. Spinach wraps and pasta Not everything green is good — spinach wraps and pasta actually contain very little spinach, says health experts. The Mission garden spinach herb wraps, for example, are loaded with 220 calories and 540 milligrams of sodium, with just 3 grams of fiber. The soft taco flour version has just 140 calories and 410 milligrams of sodium for comparison (although it … Continue reading These Are The 25 Unhealthiest Grocery Store Items