Reviewed By Ray Spotts
Watermelon - The high liquid content of watermelon, along with the natural sugars and fiber, make it the perfect snack.
Onions - Primarily used for seasoning, onions are high in vitamin C, fiber, folate, and vitamin B-6.
Lettuce - Looking at the light green color of most lettuce would generally lead one to believe that it doesn't have the nutrients of other vegetables, but this is not the case.
Denis Hayes founded the Earth Day Network to promote the first Earth Day in 1970, and their work continues today. Their international network coordinates with over 19,000 organizations in 192 countries to plan and carry out millions of community development and environmental-protection activities throughout the year.
According to a 2009 poll by the American Pain Foundation, 56% of people who have suffered from back pain or muscle strains over the past year said that it was made worse by stress over the economy.
Reviewed by: Ray Spotts
Manage Stress. If stress isn't properly controlled or managed, it can lead to further physiological damage like high blood pressure. This, in turn, will greatly exacerbate your chances of heart attack or stroke. Try starting with simple relaxation techniques like controlled breathing and meditation. Focus on each breath entering and exiting your lungs, and imagine your stress leaving you every time you exhale.