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Foods that Fight Depression

Cookies, candy, potato chips and sugary soda give us a short-term mental and physical boost. But, in the long-term, processed foods high in sugar, saturated and trans fats, sodium and caffeine drain the body physically, mentally and emotionally. Food is fuel for the body, so filling up with healthy, nutrient-dense foods is going to make a difference in your overall daily mood. This slideshow explains.

Healthy Eating on a Budget

This On-Demand Training answers questions for budget-conscious people who want to eat healthy food.

What is diabetes?

Diabetes has become one of the most prevalent diseases in the developed world. Still, many of us don't understand it or its risk factors, which include poor nutrition. These resources explain. 

Considering a plant-based diet?

Take this quiz from GuidanceResources Online to understand whether a vegetarian diet is right for you. 

Say No to Excessive Salt

 Reducing salt intake can lower blood pressure, helping to prevent and treat hypertension. In this podcast, Dr. Sandra Jackson discusses the importance of a low-sodium diet. 

Eating Right

Let's face it, most of us could do better when it comes to healthy eating. Most of us also find it hard to plan, shop for and prepare healthy food. This guide can set you on the right path.

Motivation Guide 

Motivation is an inner drive to act or behave in a certain way. This resource guide explains how to achieve motivation and how to stay motivated for the long run, which can help you set and achieve new diet goals.

Are you at risk?

Coronary artery disease (CAD) is the most common type of heart disease. Risks for developing CAD include poor dietary intake, as well as genetics and other factors. Take this assessment on to learn if you are at risk.
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