Global Running Day occurs annually on the first Wednesday in June. Running boosts both physical and mental health, so let’s run together while we’re apart!
Tagged: Cardiovascular Health
Known by many names, black seed has been used for thousands of years to treat a variety of conditions. See how it can benefit your health.
Nobody wants to pull a hammie, so get the blood flowing and loosen up those joints by engaging in these warm up moves before your workout.
Sweat is just your fat crying, but you can’t sweat if you’re doing the wrong exercises. These are the right exercises to help tone your body.
The belly seemingly has a mind of its own after women turn 50. Keep your belly tight and flat with these tips as you go through menopause.
There’s no better way to teach children healthy habits than doing activities as a family. Here’s how you can help keep your family healthy.
Whether you lounged about and ate a lot or traveled and overindulged, release that holiday weekend weight with these moderate workouts.
Don’t let your arteries become clogged because that could lead to heart attack or stroke. Start healing from the inside out with these foods
Dust of the old bicycle and get to pedaling because May 17th is National Bike To Work Day. Click on this article for great bike riding tips.
Hailed as one of the most popular superfoods, antioxidant-rich acai berries can benefit the body in more ways than you know.
The link between diet and heart disease is more present than ever. Add these five foods to your diet to help improve your heart health.
This juice has lots of essential nutrients that work to keep inflammation levels low and strengthen blood vessels and veins. Drink up!
High-intensity workouts can help you improve endurance & burn a lot of calories in a short amount of time. Try these short workouts and see!
Some fruits & vegetables look better than others, but it’s what’s on the inside that counts. Eat these “ugly” foods that are perfectly good.
While rice is a staple ingredient in many households, it is a lot worse for you than you think. And we are talking about brown rice as well!
Avocado pits are more than things you throw in the trash. Eating them may help to improve digestion and fight off cancer cells.
Your mornings just got easier now that you have these overnight oat recipes. They are easy to make and you can take them on the go.
Trying to get rid of side or abdominal fat? This is the exercise routine you need to tighten those muscles and get rid of excess weight.
Plaque build-up in your arteries can increase your risk of heart attack or stroke. Eating these foods could possibly reverse artery damage.
To kick off African Heritage & Health Week, we have a challenge for you to help us honor our heritage. Are you ready for the challenge?