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What happens to your body after you’ve eaten the fatty meal?

Considering that burger and fries?  Consider this...
Here’s the bad news: 
Just one fatty meal can have a negative effect on your health—by reducing your arteries’ ability to respond to the increased blood flow that occurs after such a meal.
Now, if you’ve just wolfed down a burger and fries, don’t go feeling guilty - you may be able to counteract its effects by getting a little exercise.
Studies have shown that blood flow is negatively impaired 2-5 hours after a fatty meal, however, here’s the good news: 

Spice it Up with Fresh Herbs

Spice up your cooking AND your health with fresh herbs.

Many herbs fall within the category of “superfoods” because they are rich in phytochemicals. Many phytochemicals are thought to reduce a person's risk of getting cancer and other illnesses. 

Top Tips for a Healthy YOU!

Tina’s Top Picks for a Fit, Healthy, Vibrant YOU!

1.    Blueberries—This colorful fruit is rich in fiber, vitamin C, antioxidants and phytonutrients for good health

2.    Broccoli—This cruciferous vegetable is packed with nutritional power from fiber, calcium, vitamin E, vitamin C, and protective compounds like lutein and beta-carotene. 

3.    Garlic—Garlic has a purifying effect that reduces cholesterol, lowers blood pressure, fights unfriendly bacteria, and possibly viruses.

Ginger Green Tea

Ditch the Calories. Go for the Taste.

Here's an excellent way add an even healthier punch to green tea, with ginger root.


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