Here is some more helpful nuggets for you and your health.
Did you know that University of Kentucky research says that oatmeal reduces your risk of weight gain, high blood pressure, and heart disease? Experts credit oatmeal’s winning combination of filling fiber and anti-inflammatory, antioxidant-rich whole grains
Well as the training camps for all NFL teams are in full operation mode and that means that players are battling for a spot on the team. We as fans are rooting for some up coming player that we would like to see make the team
Last night, while I was doing some brief cleaning up on some files. I started to get a little hungry and did the march to the frig. I grab a snack and was craving something but, nothing struck my fancy
Well if you are like us here at Newstalk KIT, we are doing our best to get in better health. I found this little tidbit in the treasure chest file in the emails. Enjoy!
Did you know that you’ll burn 36 percent more fat doing interval training – that’s when you alternate intense exercise with milder efforts – as opposed to staying at a steady pace for your entire workout? So try this once a week: Instead of your regular workout, sprint-walk for four minutes, then stroll for two. Repeat this five times.
If you are looking to find a way to keep your child in the classroom and on the road to graduation, here is an interesting read that I found in my email treasure chest:
Parents: If you’re looking for a way to make sure your kids stay in school, then check out a new student monitoring program known as “AIM
August 5th, 2015, the Yakima County Mosquito Control has been notified that one of the mosquito samples
collected by the Yakima County Mosquito Control, off East Selah Road, has tested positive for the West Nile
I was just going through some information and found this. Moms get ready for this!
Did you know that according to the International Journal of Environmental Health, the number one germ-infested surface is playground equipment? It tested positive for harmful germs almost 50% of the time! So parents, carry alcohol wipes and clean everyone’s hands a couple of times during park visits
It used to be that if a person was too busy to eat nutritiously, doctors would recommend popping a daily multi-vitamin and some antioxidants. According to renowned cardiologist Dr. Arthur Agatston, the idea was that these supplements would compensate for a poor diet and protect your heart
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