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February 28, 2023
Celebrate National Chocolate Souffle Day with Four Recipes

Today is National Chocolate Souffle Day. While they are scrumptious, they are also high in carbs. But we have four chocolatey versions of the dish that are low in carbs and sure to please!

February 27, 2023
Apple Watch May Soon Track Blood Sugar

People with blood sugar concerns agree that pricking a finger for testing is irritating, inconvenient and sometimes painful. A new Apple Watch may make it a thing of the past.

February 24, 2023
Nature Photography Contest Winners Revealed After Hurricane Delay

Back in September, Hurricane Ian canceled the 30th annual “Ding” Darling Amateur Nature Photography Contest. Now, three winners and 10 honorable mentions have been announced.

February 23, 2023
Daily Fruits and Veggies May Help Kidney Health

People with kidney concerns often avoid eating large amounts of fruits or vegetables, worried about high potassium levels. But, researchers found that eating fruit and veggies daily may reduce all-cause mortality in people with kidney concerns.

February 22, 2023
Free Sugar Can Harm Heart Health

A new study found that a diet high in free sugars raises the risk of heart disease and stroke. But, eating five grams of fiber daily was linked to a four percent lower risk of heart disease.

February 21, 2023
Four Low-carb DASH Snack Recipes

Finding good foods that fit both low-carb and DASH diets can be difficult. But we have four great recipes low in carbs, fat and sodium to help you enjoy snack time without derailing your health goals.

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February 17, 2023
Visit Yosemite Soon to See Firefall

You should hurry over to Yosemite by the end of the month to see the incredible “firefall.” For a few weeks a year, the sunset’s light hits the water of the Horsetail Falls at the exact angle to make it look like lava is flowing down the cliff face of El Capitan.

February 16, 2023
Cutting Calories Appears to Slow Aging

A new randomized human trial has found that calorie restriction slowed the speed of biological aging. It is well known that calorie restriction slows aging in animals, but this is the first human study of its kind.

February 15, 2023
Past Covid-19 May Increase Blood Sugar Risks

Many Americans have had and recovered from Covid-19. You most likely think it’s all behind you. However, people who had Covid-19 are at a higher risk of developing blood sugar concerns than others.

February 14, 2023
Four Dishes for Valentine’s Day Dinners

We’re looking at romantic, healthy low-carb meals for tonight. If you’re still unsure what to make for dinner tonight, we have you covered!

February 13, 2023
Living with Someone May Aid Blood Sugar

In a new study, living with a partner or spouse appeared to help people maintain healthy blood sugar levels. How happy their relationship was played no role in their blood sugar health.

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February 10, 2023
Green Space May Lower Need for Some Medications

A new study found that people in cities who spent time in parks, gardens or other green spaces were less likely to need medication for depression, high blood pressure, insomnia, anxiety or asthma.

February 9, 2023
How to Know If You’re Eating Too Few Calories

When it comes to weight loss, how many calories should you be eating? Eating a very low-calorie diet for fast weight loss can backfire on you. It's essential to know the signs that your low-calorie diet is too low.

February 8, 2023
Change Your Social Media for Better Health

Social media can also harm your self-image. That’s why auditing your social media is so important. Reevaluating how you use it and who you interact with can help you enjoy it rather than have it make you feel bad about yourself.

February 7, 2023
Four Perfectly Sweet Recipes for Valentine’s Day

It’s easy to make sweet treats for your sweetheart without the sugar! Here are four Valentine's Day options that are low in carbs, fat and calories.

February 6, 2023
Why You Should and Shouldn’t Skip Exercising When Tired

Many people wonder if it’s better to exercise or sleep if you’re tired. We know we need to work out to stay healthy. But is it better to get an early night if we’re exhausted? The opinions of experts are mixed.

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February 3, 2023
Nature May Protect Against Alzheimer’s, Dementia, Parkinson’s

A new massive review of medical records from Medicare has shown that spending time in nature may lower the risk of hospitalization for Alzheimer’s, dementia and Parkinson’s.

February 2, 2023
Are Soaked Raisins Healthier than Grapes?

Proponents of eating soaked raisins claim the practice offers a variety of benefits. Why would soaking raisins in water change them? Is there any real benefit to it? And, are these soaked raisins healthier than grapes?

February 1, 2023
Watching Candles May Extend Your Life

Candles literally brighten your days, they may also improve your well-being. Watching a burning candle for 10 minutes a day can lower stress levels, may lengthen your life and aid your health in a variety of ways.

January 31, 2023
Four Healthier, Tasty Oyster Recipes

Oysters are usually cooked with a ton of bread crumbs and butter, making them high in carbs and fat. Today, we’re sharing four lighter options.

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