It just might be the most unappreciated diet in the world. The DASH Diet is designed to reduce your blood pressure, minimize your risk of heart disease and help you lose weight, according to the National Institutes of Health, National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute (NHLBI). U.S. News and World Report surveyed health experts about a variety of diets, and they awarded the DASH diet as the best overall in multiple areas. Should you try it? Read on to find out more.
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Do you know the #1 reason people don’t stick with their New Year’s resolutions? It’s because they have what I call the “I-Want-It-Now-Syndrome.” Symptoms of this include giving up on your goals because it’s taking longer than you expected to reach them. If you’re experiencing similar symptoms, read on to learn my quick and easy cure for impatience.
Kirstie Alley wowed us all when she starred on “Cheers.” But after that show ended, Kirstie found herself fighting the battle of the bulge. She gained so much weight that she even starred in a situation comedy called “Fat Actress,” in which she mocked her struggles. But although Kirstie succeeded in making light of her weight gain, she also wanted to succeed in lightening up her weight.
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