Recently, in 2017, the American College of Cardiology/American Heart Association (ACC/AHA) Guideline came out introducing new categories of high blood pressure.
So, I get this question often.
How much exercise do I need? Are there things I can do outside of formal exercise that can help my health?
Over the next few weeks I will be giving you a series of practical tips on how to maintain your health.
We all wonder about this at some point. As you age, your body has started changing and maybe you've noticed that the things you have been doing to maintain your weight and health are not working as well.
Last week, I discussed how to calculate your "net carbs" for the day. So, how do we know how many to eat? What happens when we eat low carbs? Will you be hungry? Let's discuss.
So you have been hearing me talk about the effects of high levels of insulin on your body: pre-diabetes, diabetes, high cholesterol, heart disease and stroke, and increased risk of certain cancers.
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