You know your heart needs a lot of TLC but so do your feet! After all, they are the workhorses of your body, taking an average of 5,000 steps a day. That’s 2.5 miles! Not to mention that your feet have to bear the weight of your body every step of the way. Those hard-working feet deserve a little more attention than you’re probably giving them. Here are some tips to help keep them healthy.
Little ones find it extremely fascinating to blend things up. They like to watch the way the colors change and try new things. Smoothies are a great way to cool down after a penny hike.
Let them help pick out their own fruits and vegatables so they can make their own smoothie. This blog has some great smootie recipes from around the web. Summer is all about fun and it's always fun to see all of the different fruits and vegetables that taste good together.
Schools out for the summer! It won't be long before you are hearing those three dreaded words " I am bored". There is no need to fear, we will keep you and your family busy all summer long with the ultimate list of family fun and healthy activities you can do with your kids this summer.
All of the ideas we will post the summer are designed to encourage your kids to learn what you arty know being active is healthy and eating well can taste great and make you feel even better.
Hutchinson Regional Medical Center provides an abundance of resources available not only to employees but also to the public. These resources are meant to be used to fulfill any needs our community may have. One of those resources would be the education department. The education department is the center to many of the resources provided by Hutchinson Regional Medical Center. Education helps sponsor and inform the public about upcoming events and additional information or questions the public may have about an event.
It can be hard to sort through everything you need to know when eating heart-healthy. Here are some of the things you should look for when choosing a recipe and purchasing ingredients:
Fats, Sodium & Whole Grains
Monounsaturated Fats: Liquid at room temperature, these plant-based fats can lower cholesterol when used in place of saturated fat in the diet.
Sources: olive oil, avocados and nuts.
With so many fad diets out there it's easy to get wrapped up in the latest trend. Listen to your body instead of following fad diet trends. Find the foods that allow you as an individual to thrive and throw all the fad diets out the window where they belong.
There is no single diet that works for everyone. Diets are not meant to be a one-size-fits-all. Common sense is perhaps the best dieting tool you'll ever have.
For more information, call the Education Department at 620.665.2057.
Even when you've done your best to fight off the winter blues and the miserable flu it's likely that everyone will get at least one mild sniffle at some point this winter. Even though it sucks being stuck at home with a fever it's not the end of the world as long as you know how to take care of yourself.