Place emphasis on selecting more health-promoting food choices that benefit your health, and less food that provides little to no nourishment for your body.
Research suggests that adopting a healthy lifestyle could substantially reduce premature mortality and prolong life expectancy in U.S. adults.
Natural sugars found in whole foods help fuel your body by providing energy for your body’s cells. Too much added sugar, on the other hand, can negatively impact your health and even contribute to a shortened lifespan.
More than three million cases of pneumonia are diagnosed each year in the U.S. About one million of those cases need to be treated in the hospital, and around 50,000 cases become fatal.
Sodium is an essential nutrient for our bodies but consuming too much salt can have serious consequences. Increased sodium levels may cause you to retain water, leading to puffiness, bloating, and weight gain.
What do milk, broccoli, and apples have in common? If you guessed that it has something to do with the “glycemic index,” you guessed right! But do you know why? What is the glycemic index, and why does it matter?
At Medcor, our services have always been backed by evidence-based medicine. We believe that personal wellness should be approached in the same way—by following health principles that are founded in science and supported by research, that is, by following practices that are shown to effectively lead to good health outcomes.