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Heart Healthy Items That You Can Cook at Home

Creating your own meals that are both healthy and delicious gives you both, the satisfaction of a filling and delicious meal as well as a therapeutic, unwinding routine post work.
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Jog Your Way to a Healthy Heart

Running or jogging is one of the best and oldest forms of exercise the human body is used to. Not only does it increase your metabolism it provides you much needed strength and stamina required to do your day to day work.

7 Reasons Why Fiber Rich Foods Are Important for You

A diet that gives our body the necessary amount of fiber is helpful in reducing the risk of heart disease, obesity, some cancers and in maintaining digestive health. Fiber rich foods are peas, lentils, broccoli, and a few vegetables and fruits.

5 Reasons Why You Should Quit Smoking Right Now

Low and middle income countries often face the burden of having a large percentage of the population that smokes. Cigarette companies advertise in these areas using attractive marketing gimmicks making the act of smoking look ‘cool’ to their susceptible youth.

5 Things You Should Re-consider Doing Right after Your Meal

Walking or going for a stroll is a good idea after your meal but not “right” after your meal.

5 Reasons Why You Should Reconsider Using Your Microwave Ovens

A clinical study says that when individuals consume microwaved milk and vegetables their white blood cells & the cholesterol levels increase while the red blood cells decrease.
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World Stroke Day – Causes, Symptoms & Cure!

Reduce or stop the alcohol use as it is one of the major causes of stroke worldwide.

Here’s Why You Shouldn’t Sleep right after Dinner

having a big dinner after long spans of not eating anything and before going off to bed can increase chances of type 2 diabetes. If you are in such a habit it would be wise to stock up on healthy sacks and fruits.

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