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  • Smartphones and Exercise


    It seems you can’t look around without seeing people using a smartphone everywhere these days: at the beach, in the car, while grocery shopping, waiting in line, and even while exercising. Researchers at Kent State University delved deeper into the effects common smartphone uses (talking, texting, and listening to music) may have on our exercise […]

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  • Add More Vegetables to Your Barbeque


    Barbeques often seem to be all about the meat. Hamburgers, hot dogs, steak, chicken, fish, kabobs, ribs… the list for barbequing meats goes on and on. But, adding vegetables to your barbeque menu may be easier than you think. Corn and potatoes are usually tops on the list of BBQ items, but they don’t have […]

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  • Better Diet, Better Mind


    A recent study published in the journal Neurology, shows a link between a better diet and improved brain function in people over the age of 55. Nearly 28,000 adults over 55 were studied for diet quality and cognitive decline over an average period of 5 years. Cognitive function, thinking, and memory skills were tested at […]

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  • Black Beans: An Easy, and Delicious Way to Add Protein and Fiber to Your Diet


    Black beans are a versatile and flavorful addition to both a vegetarian and nonvegetarian diet. As a member of the legume family, they have a reputation for being high in protein and fiber, and they don’t disappoint. With 7 grams of fiber per ½ cup cooked beans, they provide a good portion of your daily […]

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