Apples, kidney beans, oatmeal. They’re all high in soluble fiber.
Drink More H20!
We usually don’t drink enough water in a given day. Have a bottle of water with you on your desk while you’re at work and make a conscious…
Know someone recovering from a heart attack, angioplasty or heart surgery?
UVA’s nurses and exercise physiologists will help you set up an exercise program that builds your heart’s strength.
Learn how our…
You left work late and you’re rushing around doing errands. You’re hungry and you just want to get home, but you don’t have any milk or bread in the house and the kids will need breakfast in the morning.
When you visit with your doctor, take a list of questions that you’d like to talk about with him/her, and don’t leave the office until they’ve all been answered.
How fit are you right now?
If you haven’t exercised for a while, start with some modest activities and work your way up. If you’re not overweight, 30 minutes of moderate physical…
Yesterday, we told you to stand up at work. Today, we’re telling you to sit down.
Stress is a major cause of heart attacks. One effective way to deal with stress is…
Most of us sit almost the entire workday. Standing burns more calories and works more muscles.
Try it — today! If you can’t stand up while working at your desk,…
Exercise in short bursts. For example, take a 10-minute break at work to go for a walk.
“If it were my kid, they’d eat whatever I served; I’m no short-order cook.”
“When I was a child, I either ate my food or had it served cold at breakfast.”
“Picky eaters weren’t allowed in my day.”