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Tips for Managing Blood Sugar with Nutrition More than 130 million adults are living with diabetes or prediabetes in the United States. What you eat can play a huge role in managing or preventing type 2 diabetes. A healthy diet can help keep your blood sugars in a healthy range and maintain a healthy weight.… Continue Reading
We live our lives by numbers. We know our bank PIN number, our social security number, and many others to get through our personal lives. It is also important to know your heart health numbers. High cholesterol, high blood pressure, and high body mass index (BMI) are risk factors for heart disease and stroke. Elevated… Continue Reading
Resilience It’s a new year, and many people make New Year’s resolutions about what habits they will change and how they want to grow within the year ahead. One week into the new year, 77% of those individuals may be successful in keeping their resolution, and a little over half may keep up the good… Continue Reading
The gift of self-forgiveness Self-forgiveness is a way of reconciling the way you see yourself after you experience guilt or shame. These feelings happen when you do something that makes you question the image you have of yourself. Whether you have disappointed yourself or others, it can be hard to be kind to yourself when… Continue Reading
Being more organized can lead to better self-care You cannot underestimate the power of self-care during the hustle and bustle of the holidays. With the flurry of things to do, your self-care activities might fall by the wayside. One way to ensure you are making time for yourself is by organizing and planning all your… Continue Reading
How to better manage your time Between work tasks and your personal to-do list, 24 hours in a day may not feel like enough. The fatigue and disorganization of scrambling to get things done can lead to reduced productivity in both professional and personal areas of life. Organizing your time can help you feel productive… Continue Reading
Tips for switching off after work Having the ability to “switch off” after work can help prevent burnout and allow you to be more present in your personal life. Transitioning from work to home life can be challenging to do. This is especially true as remote work is becoming more common. The line between home… Continue Reading
Did you know that not getting enough physical activity can result in the same kinds of health problems caused by smoking and being overweight? Moving more often can improve your mood, slow aging, and lower your risk of certain diseases. It’s commonly recommended that adults should participate in moderate intensity aerobic physical activity for a… Continue Reading
Mobility, a tool for injury prevention People from all walks of life often overlook the importance of mobility. Mobility is how well you walk or move. It is important for both physically active workers and deskbound workers to pay attention to tight joints. Your concerns are unique to the type of daily movement you are… Continue Reading
Pillars to optimal health When you think of a healthy lifestyle, you might focus on exercise and nutrition. Make sure you are considering other habits that help prevent disease as well. Check out these often-forgotten pillars to optimal health below: Preventive care Stay up to date on wellness exams including yearly physicals and dental and… Continue Reading
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