Dear Daughters, People with binge eating disorder are at risk of getting sick. Since they usually eat large amounts of fats and sugars, which do not have a lot of vitamins or minerals, they may not be getting the right nutrients. People who have binge eating disorder and who are also obese are at additional … Continue reading What are the complications of binge eating disorder?
Salt plays a role in high blood pressure. Everyone, including children, should reduce their sodium intake to less than 2,300 milligrams of sodium a day (about one teaspoon of salt). Adults age 51 and older, African Americans of any age and individuals with high blood pressure, diabetes or chronic kidney disease should further reduce their … Continue reading 10 Tips for Cutting Back on Salt
Dear Daughters, with the holiday's fast approaching I thought it would be a great idea to share with you some Holiday party planning tips. Part of what makes a party a success is the planning. Proper planning ensures there are plenty of refreshments, the guests are entertained, the timing is right and all the … Continue reading How to plan a Holiday Party to Remember
Dear Daughters, Green smoothies seem to be popping up everywhere- the news, celebrity magazines, the latest diet books, etc. But what exactly is a green smoothie and why does everyone keep talking about them? Smoothies are a delicious snack and a great way to add nutrients into your diet. The basic smoothie is usually made up of … Continue reading Green Smoothies
Dear Daughters, A friend of mine shared these tips with me so I'm sharing them with you. Summer cookouts are an excellent opportunity to make healthy (and tasty) choices. Follow these simple steps and enjoy the pleasures of dining outdoors without the guilt. Keep it Healthy Make it Hydrating Focus on Hearty Choices Practice Food … Continue reading Eating Healthy During Summer Cookouts
Dear Daughters, Here’s my health tip for the week Let's do this! Avocados, eggs, and meat =(Vitamin B): B vitamins all help fight depression. The Bs are water-soluble, meaning we don’t store extra in our bodies. So it’s key to eat B-rich foods daily. You can also find Vitamin B in seafood, dairy, nuts, leafy … Continue reading Health Tip For The Week