Hear the word muscle, and you probably picture a beefy fitness trainer showing off his “guns”. Most people don’t immediately picture their heart when the word muscle is uttered, and yet that is exactly what the heart is. Just like those sought-after biceps and abs, the heart is a muscle that always needs attention during your exercise routine.
Chicken is what’s for dinner tonight. This wonderful dish will fill your kitchen with the delightful aroma of thyme and oregano.
Whether you don’t have a gym nearby, don’t have the room for hefty equipment, or need simple at-home exercises to accommodate for injuries or an aging body, there is still plenty that you can do from home to help keep your heart in great condition. Luckily, the types of exercises that are best for your heart health are easy to do anywhere,
This is a great low-carb, five-ingredient recipe to replace that boring taco night recipe you have used for years. Who knows, this might even turn into a leftover night meal, too.
Even if you walk away from a car accident without needing a trip to the ER, chances are you’re going to feel it in the coming days. Even small auto accident injuries can mean a pain in your neck, back, shoulders, hips, or other areas of the body. When you are in a moving vehicle,
A salmon recipe that has nothing to do with a wood-plank or grilling – wahoo!!!!
When you think of Valentine’s Day, you likely picture giant teddy bears, a dozen roses…and the obligatory heart-shaped box of chocolates. But with more and more people turning their attention to their health, giving sugar-filled variety chocolates may be less appreciated this year. If you’re stuck without a clue how to show your affection this Valentine’s Day,
Do you need a go-to recipe requiring minimal effort the entire family will love? Look no further. Try different peppers to alter the sweetness of the dish. You may also want to add hot peppers flakes or Sriracha for an additional kick.
A new twist on a classic favorite. Who needs noodles anyway?
Heart disease is the number one and stroke is number five leading cause of death in the United States, according to the CDC. In many cases, by the time surgery or medication can be of any help, irreversible damage has already been done. This is why more people are focusing on what they can do before disease develops to protect their heart health.