Diet & exercise information & recommendations


This site is intended to improve your understanding of how healthful foods and regular exercise can improve your health and how they can reduce, or eliminate, your need for costly prescription medications, which can have harmful side effects.

For those with chronic health conditions, it is not always easy to find reliable diet and exercise advice. Here you will find helpful information that can improve your health, add years to your days, and bring life back to aching joints and tiresome routines. Consider these facts:
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Understand that, indeed, Exercise is Medicine. Even one exercise session lowers blood pressure, reduces blood glucose levels, burns calories, and has a positive effect on your cholesterol level. Imagine if you could string together one exercise session with another one, and then another? Soon, you would be in the middle of a regular exercise program that has profound benefits on health.

    For general exercise guidelines and for guidance managing chronic conditions while exercising, click here.

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Realize that the food you eat can have lasting implications on your health. You are, after all, what you eat. The foods you put into your body determine how well you will live and how long you will live. The symphony of the body's actions and defenses is orchestrated by the nutrients you consume in your food. When you eat a plant-strong diet,
concentrating on vegetables, fruits, beans, whole grains, nuts and seeds, you fill your body with the nourishment that it needs to heal, to grow, and to age slowly as nature intended it to. These foods are fundamental to good health
and longevity.

    Many people would eat the right foods if they only knew what they were. Click here to learn more.

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