• Cardiovascular Health,  Exercise,  Nutrition,  Stress Management,  sugar,  Women's Health

    A Natural Approach to Lowering High Blood Pressure

    High blood pressure is a major contributor to heart disease, and the months of stress, uncertainty, poor diet and immobility we have all been going through are not helping matters. When the way your blood flows through your body is affected by your habits, vital nutrients and oxygen can’t get to where they are needed in the body. As the pressure continues to mount, we start to see physical damage in the arteries and organs that can lead to heart…

  • Blog,  Nutrition

    Confused about What Fats to Eat?

    Are you confused about what fats you should be eating? It has been a common thought for years that we need to reduce our saturated fat intake found in butter, red meats and lard because it contributes to cardiovascular disease. We were discouraged from eating butter and encouraged to consume vegetable oils like canola, safflower, corn, soy and sunflower. These oils are high in omega 6. In 2014 researchers from Tufts conducted a meta-analysis and found that there is no connection between saturated fat…