The American Institute for Cancer Research has come up with some great summer ideas that will make a big difference in your overall health and reduce your risk of cancer. They're small, targeted steps, but they can do a lot to change the big picture! Eating healthy can be difficult anytime, but these small, simple changes are great steps to ease in healthy eating habits!
Over 1.75 million people in the U.S. are affected by age-related macular degeneration and as baby-boomers age, that number will increase. The good news is, a few simple dietary additions can minimize or prevent the loss of sight caused through macular degeneration.
What is invisible fat? It has everything to do with how you dress your food.Tuna fish is a great example. Tuna has one gram of fat, 27 grams of protein in 3-1/2 ounces. If you dress it with about one-half tablespoon of mayonnaise, it has more fat than a pork hot dog! It jumps to a whopping 883 calories with 56 grams of artery clogging fat!