Watching your diet is an important way to keep your cholesterol levels in check. Unfortunately, you can get stuck in a rut every once in a while, causing you to either eat the same foods or turn to unhealthy foods. This newsletter will give you some delicious food ideas and recipes that will help keep your heart healthy.
When you began your cholesterol-lowering diet, did you give up some of your traditional -- but fatty -- favorite foods? If so, you won't need to mourn the loss of your favorite foods anymore. Try these easy tips that will keep your traditional favorites healthy.
Everyone loves baked goods every once in a while -- whether you are the recipient of them or are the one doing the cooking. Baking your own foods is one way you can also control the amount of fat you consume in your diet. These healthy tips will show you how to make your recipes more cholesterol-friendly.
There are many ways to implement spinach into your cholesterol-lowering diet, whether you are consuming them in a small appetizer or as part of a healthy meal. If you are looking for ways to add spinach to your diet, try some of these cholesterol-friendly recipes for your next meal.
Is your in-box filled with tempting offers to escape to exotic locales with every yoga teacher you've ever known? That's because we're headed into peak retreat season. If you're thinking about signing on, I have a few suggestions on making your trip a success.
Going on a retreat is a great way to perk up your practice, but if that's not in the cards for you, there are other ways to reinvigorate yourself, especially if you feel like the new year's resolution buzz is starting to wear off. Like this free, 5-week email course, for instance. Read more
Let's talk about arm variations in warrior III. Arms extended in front has got to be the classic, as evidenced by its inclusion in Light on Yoga, but that doesn't mean you shouldn't mix it up. Arms extended backwards, as shown here, is easier on the shoulders and a little more stable. Hands on your hips helps you to level the hips, which is good for alignment since the hip on the raised leg tends to want to cock up. My personal favorite is reverse namaste, which helps me keep a nice, flat back. How to do like to do it?
Also known as reishi, ganoderma is a bitter mushroom long used to promote health in traditional Chinese medicine. Learn more about ganoderma's immune-boosting benefits, as well as its potential to fight cholesterol and aid in cancer treatment... read more