Relationships are great. But sometimes it's hard to keep up with healthy habits when emotions are involved.
We were lucky enough to sit down with dietitian Jessica Katz, who answered some hard-hitting relationship-nutrition questions. Like: How can you trick your significant other into eating healthily? Is there a way to protect your heart with food? What steps should be taken to upstage a frenemy?
Press play to find the answers, then read on for more tips in Jessica's blog post, below!
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You know what The Boss says: Everybody’s got a hungry heart. And though we're pretty sure he wasn’t talking about fiber, he might as well have been.
See, the American Heart Association recommends eating 25 grams of fiber per day. Why? Soluble fiber has been shown to reduce “bad” cholesterol, thus lowering risk of cardiovascular disease. Plus, insoluble fiber has been associated with both decreased risk of heart disease and slowing the progression of heart disease in high-risk individuals.
Hey, you’re expecting!? Congrats! Pregnancy is beautiful. But it can also include some unpleasant side effects. Luckily, a high-fiber diet can help you avoid some of those less-than-magical pregnancy moments, like constipation and hemorrhoids.
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