Managing Type 2 diabetes is constant - 24 hours a day, seven days a week - which can be tiring, unmotivating, and overwhelming. When the busyness of life sets in or motivation drops, bad habits and negative thoughts may creep in – “It’s too hard to manage my diabetes,” “Living healthy isn’t for me,” “Do... Continue Reading →
Affirmations are statements of positive self-talk. They rid your mind of limiting beliefs and can positively improve the way you think, feel, and even improve your health. Research shows that optimistic people live longer, and optimism can improve cardiovascular health by, reducing stress hormones and inflammation. Positive people tend to adopt healthier behaviors, such as eating... Continue Reading →
Happy American Heart Month! February is known for celebrating love through romantic gestures and all things heart - related, also a great reminder to take care of our own heart. This Valentine's Day, gift yourself a healthy heart and learn how to prevent heart disease: Be Heart-Smart: How To Prevent Heart Disease. Managing cholesterol early... Continue Reading →
Did you know that 1 out of every 3 deaths in the United States is linked to cardiovascular or heart disease, making it the No.1 cause of death in the US? Cardiovascular disease is one of women’s greatest health threats and individuals with type 2 diabetes are at a higher risk of heart disease. We want... Continue Reading →
Want to make 2019 your healthiest year yet? Adopt these daily habits that make living healthy simple.
Each new year brings a fresh start – what will you do with it? Did you plan to live your healthiest year yet, but may be falling behind? We believe you still can, and to help, we recommend you add these 5 smart health goals. 1.Set a goal and track it There’s a saying, “old... Continue Reading →
Many are still researching if and how gratitude impacts our health, but reliminary research suggests gratitude is essential to our well-being and can make people happier, improve relationships, and help counteract stress and anxiety. It also suggests that grateful people may have better sleep and fewer aches and pains. Sleep is vital for good health,... Continue Reading →