At 70 years old and nearly 200 pounds heavy, Joan MacDonald’s health was deteriorating rapidly. She was taking a cocktail of medications to address her many illnesses: high blood pressure, high cholesterol, and acid reflux. While many would say that it’s normal for people her age, Joan knew there had to be a better way.
No matter how beneficial it is, most of us have a hard time maintaining a healthy lifestyle. We’d rather snack on greasy, salty, and sweet treats over fruits and nuts; and we prefer staying up late binge-watching our favorite TV shows, instead of hitting the sack early so we can do a morning workout the
Living an active lifestyle is undoubtedly one of the best ways to maintain and improve our health. Increased physical activity through exercising brings a string of benefits to our well-being, which is why doctors advise that we incorporate it into our daily lives. But did you know that the benefits of exercise go beyond the physical
Did you know that 610,000 people in the USA succumb to cardiovascular diseases every year? Staggering number, right? According to Health statistics, heart disease is still the leading cause of mortality in both men and women. While 735,000 Americans suffer from a heart attack each year. How do we make sure that our hard-working muscle,