What would happen if you ran at least 3.1 miles every day for a year straight? Bob Page shares his healthy journey in this special three-part series.
Metric measurements like cups and teaspoons are a great way to control your portion sizes. But what do you do when you're eating out or don't have a measuring cup handy? Your hand is an imperfect but useful guide when you have to "eyeball" the amount on your plate. Here are some guidelines.
It's Important to Stay Hydrated! It’s important to stay hydrated and it can be easy to fall behind in your water intake. In addition to water and other healthy drinks, you can eat foods, such as cucumbers or strawberries, that can contribute to your fluid intake, helping to prevent the headaches