Top 10 Anti-Aging Foods

From consuming piles of kale to exhausting exercise, many folks believe all healthy aging measures are decidedly unpleasant. But what if simply eating an array of flavorful, nutrient rich foods could fight the effects of time? Here are 10 foods that will get you started on the road to healthy aging. And we are betting that your taste buds will approve, as well!

4 Daily Practices That Are Bad for Your Heart

Smoking and obesity are two of the top habits that put us at higher risk for heart attacks. But did you know that there are other common behaviors that are harmful to your heart? Browse this list of heart-risky behaviors to see if you need to kick these habits … your heart will thank you!

Go Mediterranean: Your Brain Will Thank You!

With benefits ranging from heart to weight management, the Mediterranean diet has captured the media spotlight in recent years. And now the University of California, Berkeley reports yet another key benefit of this easy to swallow diet, which is rich in olive oil, legumes, whole grains, fish, fruits and vegetables.

Fear of Falling: 4 Danger Zones to Avoid

According to AARP, one in three adults of the age of 65 fall every year; with many sustaining serious injuries such as a broken hip or head trauma. Indeed, a bad fall can be a lifestyle game changer. Sadly, every year, more than 2.5 million older adults are treated for fall-related injuries in emergency departments, and upwards of 734,000 are hospitalized.

Maple-Walnut Roasted Pears

Looking for a simple alternative to holiday pies? We’ve adapted this recipe from our friends at Tufts University. The process of roasting brings out the sweet-rich flavor of pears to make an elegant but easy dessert.

Getting Sugar Smart: Know Your Nemesis

Is sugar just as sweet despite a clever alias? Nutritional experts say absolutely, and point out that it’s important to know sugar’s different guises as we all need to be eating a whole lot less of it. These days it’s hard to find “sugar” listed on the sweet-tasting ingredient label. Instead, these secret sugar sources go under cover with different monikers. What’s more, there’s plenty of added sugar in foods that don’t even taste all that sweet.