Heart disease may be the leading cause of death for both men and women in the United States today, but it doesn’t have to be. Simply changing the way you eat, the way you prepare your meals and the way you look at exercise can help create profound long lasting changes in your health and your heart.
Here are some tips and tricks for navigating the holiday season. While I would absolutely love to give everyone the gift of a plant-strong lifestyle, that is not always well received especially around the holidays. No one wants to feel shamed for what they are consuming and the same should go for you! Do not let anyone make you waiver from eating plant-strong and heart healthy.
My family and I recently took a quick trip to the great state of Washington in the Pacific Northwest. Our destination was Seattle, our time limit was four days and our agenda was to see all that we could see without the use of a car.
The odds were not good. I didn’t know anyone there. I am overweight and self conscious about it in a crowd like I imagined this would be. I’m an introvert. The walk uphill to dorms and meeting rooms knocked the breath right out of me. There were 700 people there...and I don’t like crowds.
Besides cleaning out the garage or setting your alarm clock ahead an hour, spring cleaning can also be applied to your diet (with fantastic results). If you have fallen a bit off track since the beginning of the year or if you’re just looking for some helpful reminders to help you reboot, these tips can be super useful
For many folks, the holidays equal stress. What a drag! This year, take a vow to really enjoy the season and not let the stress overwhelm you. We’ve got some tips to keep you from biting off your nails.
If you’ve been a member of our plant-strong tribe for some time now, you know about the potential health benefits you’ll receive by going plant-strong and eating a whole food, plant-based diet. If you’re ne...