Fiber can pack a positive punch on your cholesterol levels. It is also an important nutrient that can be used for digestive health and as a source of certain nutrients. By adding high fiber meals and snacks into your cholesterol-lowering meal plan, you will keep your heart - and the rest of your body - healthy.
Fiber has acquired quite the heart-healthy reputation in recent years. But are all types of fiber equal when it comes to lowering your cholesterol and improving your heart-health? This article will tell you which type of fiber benefits your heart.
Studies have shown that soluble fiber can help lower your cholesterol, but how do you include it in your diet? With these helpful tips, you will be surprised how many ways you can incorporate soluble fiber into any healthy diet.
Taking fiber supplements may seem to be an easy way to achieve your daily fiber intake, but are they just as effective in lowering your cholesterol levels? Find out how fiber supplements stack up to other sources of fiber.
Without insurance, the cost of chemotherapy can be devastating. Out of pocket costs can easily fall into the thousands, breaking budgets and depleting savings. When looking for help, people are surprised to learn that pharmaceutical companies offer financial assistance with treatment costs.
or the millions of uninsured people in the United States, a cancer diagnosis is especially hard to hear. Treatment can be lengthy and expensive, and you may wonder how you'll foot the bill. There may be options, though, to help ease the burden.
Know anyone who could really use some yoga but has yet to take the plunge? If so, you're going to want to send them this email because it could be the info they need to nudge them over the edge. Which could mean a new yoga buddy for you. It's a win-win!
Though there is lots of information here for new yogis, old timers can also benefit from reviewing yoga styles, etiquette, and poses. Something as simple as locating a yoga studio that is convenient to your house or office can ensure that you get to class more often.
Did you ever give much thought to your hip creases before yoga (B.Y.)? I didn't, but I'm so glad to have found what makes them happy: anjaneyasana. This is one of the few poses where it's ok to take your knee forward of your ankle, which makes it perfect for getting into the tight places in your hips and quads. If you need modifications, we got 'em.