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How a Vegan Diet Can Improve Diabetes Health

Are you one of the over 30 million Americans diagnosed with diabetes? Are you one of the 84 million now classified as pre-diabetic? If so, there is good news. Research has shown that a vegan diet could potentially save your life and improve your health. Here is everything you need to know about what it…

Eating More Plants Improves Brain Function

The more we research plant-based eating, the more benefits we find for our bodies. From helping us achieve smaller waistlines to improving our cardiovascular health, it seems like there is no end in sight when it comes to what plants can do to improve our health. Now, the scientific community is taking a closer look…

Does Grilling Raise Your Risk of High Blood Pressure?

With the weather getting warmer, it might be time for you to start dusting off your grill. Burgers, steaks, grilled chicken – they are all staples when it comes to cooking this time of year. But new research from the American Heart Association suggests that our grilled summer favorites might be increasing our risk for…

Red Meat & Colon Cancer in Women: What’s the Connection?

Despite it being the second leading cause of cancer-related deaths in the United States, colorectal cancer is not as widely recognized as breast or lung cancers, particularly in women. However, health screening promotion for women is just as important for this disease, especially in those who regularly eat meat. Here is a look at what…

Cardiovascular Fitness and Dementia: What You Need to Know

There are roughly 5.7 million Americans living with Alzheimer’s dementia today, and that number will rise in the coming years. In fact, between 2000 and 2015, the number of deaths from Alzheimer’s increased a shocking 123 percent! New research suggests that cardiovascular fitness may play a role in preventing this life-threatening condition, and with a…

How Does a Vegetarian Diet Lower Your Risk For Liver Disease?

Vegetarian diets come with many health benefits, including preventing heart disease, cancer, and diabetes.  However, did you know that the plant-based approach also lowers your risk for liver disease? There are roughly 3.9 million adults suffering from some form of liver disease in the United States. Let a meat-free approach to eating help you reduce…

Big Breakfast Promotes Weight Loss

Eating six small meals a day has been go-to diet advice for decades. The general thought behind this recommendation is that when we eat more often, we are able to stave off the annoying hunger pains that come along with weight loss diets, resulting in long-term success. Likewise, fewer spikes in our blood sugar (caused…

A Vegan Diet Can Improve Overall Health In Employees With Diabetes

Diabetes affects well over twenty million people in the US today. People who suffer from diabetes often feel frustrated and inconvenienced when it comes to diet, exercise, and daily life. There is a myriad of ways that individuals seek to help alleviate symptoms of their condition. Whether it be online research, health fairs, experimental meds, etc….

Vision Screening Your Workforce

There are many things your employees do that jeopardize the health of their eyes. Staring at computers or other digital devices for long hours can contribute to decreasing vision. However, other common issues like diet, eye strain, rubbing of the eyes, and refusal to wear corrective eyewear when needed can also result in poor eye…

National Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month

March is National Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month, and as the third most diagnosed form of cancer, it is time to give this disease the attention it deserves. Every year doctors discover over 97,000 new cases of colon cancer and more than 43,000 cases of rectal cancer. While colorectal cancer is one of the leading causes…

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