Exercise is excellent, but how you spend the rest of your day affects your health.
Eating supports bone, muscle, brain, and immunological function
That means you're usually back at square one when you start eating normally again.
Even mild dehydration affects mood, energy, and health. Hydration is essential for good health.
Walking beyond your fitness program benefits your body.
One in three Americans doesn't get enough sleep. Poor sleep causes weight gain and physical decline.
Stress causes depression, diabetes, high blood pressure, heart disease, and weight gain.
Avoid restaurant and pre-packaged food fats and additives by choosing the healthiest foods.
Play tennis, hike, dance, golf, or cycle a few times a week. These exercises keep you fit as you age.
As you age, total-body strength becomes more vital to undertake daily tasks and prevent accidents from age-related muscle and bone loss.
A few minutes a day can strengthen bones, improve sleep, and balance hormones, according to research.
Alcohol-related illness and death—especially for women—are at an all-time high, and if you have health goals, alcohol is not going to help you achieve them.