Make your Health a Priority in 2021

As the holiday season comes to a close, people choose to take on a fresh start to the New Year by making resolutions to improve their lives, many of which involve making lifestyle changes to Read More

Use Up Those Turkey Leftovers!

Thanksgiving dinner is a meal we look forward to all year long. The savory stuffing, the roasted turkey, the cranberry sauce — does it get any better than that? The best part are the leftovers! And we’re talking about Read More

Holiday Heartburn or Something More?

The holiday meal has been consumed, the plates cleared away, and then you feel it ? that all-too-familiar burning sensation of heartburn. While just about everyone experiences episodes of heartburn or “indigestion” from time to Read More

Thanksgiving has a Secret Ingredient

(Family Features) Perhaps more than usual, the centerpiece this Thanksgiving won’t be the turkey, the stuffing or even family-famous recipes for sweet potato casserole or pumpkin pie. Instead, when gathering around a table with loved Read More

Is it Safe to Travel This Thanksgiving?

We know you have questions about traveling to visit friends and family during this Thanksgiving holiday. What should you consider when making travel plans? As Americans head home to see friends and family this Thanksgiving Read More

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From social media influencers to great aunt Bess, everyone has an opinions about the best habits for a healthy lifestyle. But whether you’ve gone all-in on apple cider vinegar or think the latest health fads are all hype, the choices you make can have long-term health consequences.

Healthy lifestyle habits can slow or even reverse the damage from high cholesterol or high blood sugar. You can reverse diabetes, obesity, hypertension, high cholesterol and heart disease by making simple everyday changes.

Making healthy change can take time. It can take anywhere from 18 to 254 days for a person to form a new habit and an average of 66 days for a new behavior to become automatic. But if you are making the change to reverse a chronic health issue timing is not so long.

Our goal is to help you live a healthy lifestyle that works for you, not a fad that can be discouraging when we fail.

Healthy living strategies you can apply include:

  • Regular exercise
  • Maintaining a healthy weight
  • Getting quality sleep
  • Eating well
  • Stress reduction
  • And more

To make healthy habits take small steps and set realistic expectations.