Some benefits of walking for exercise that Harvard Medical School notes include: Lower blood pressure and reduced risk of stroke, decreased risk of heart attack and lower cholesterol, increase in bone density and lower risk of broken bones and increases sense of well-being.
Eat Well. Live Well. Lincoln Park and the Lincoln Park Health Department participated in the Lincoln Park Day event on September 23rd. We handed out over 400 free apples to promote healthy eating habits. Brooke was one of many to enjoy the healthy treat!.
Lincoln Parks efforts to clear the Morris Canal trail have been recognized by the Canal Society. Click the following link to view the article. CSNJ Sept 2017 Newsletter
It protects your health. A steady diet of junk food — or even just an imbalanced daily diet — can clog your system and zap your energy. But regular, nutritious eating helps prevent and treat many different health problems, such as: – High blood pressure – Diabetes – Heart disease – Bone disease – Some cancers – Obesity
It helps you maintain your weight — or lose weight, if you need to. Eating healthy can prevent you from slowly putting on pounds — and having to fight to lose them. It makes you feel better. If you make wise food choices throughout the day, you’ll: – Sleep better – Have more energy – Improve your mood .
What does healthy eating look like? Choose foods wisely. Choose more foods with nutrients and fiber, and fewer foods with added fat, sugar, and salt. This means making smart choices as you buy, and prepare your food.
Enjoy what you eat — just eat less of it. You can’t manage your weight without giving some thought to the amount of food and calories you’re eating.
Eat mindfully. Eating mindfully means paying attention to what you eat, when you eat, and why you eat. It can also mean you enjoy your food more.
202 Bistro, Georges Diner and Wolfsons Market are all Eat Well Live Well partners. Stop in and check out the healthy choices you can make!