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So many of us have the travel bug and are itching to get out of town, especially with spring break right around the corner.
During the past year, as many of us shifted our everyday lives to inside the four walls of our homes and our favorite restaurants and gyms closed, our health, unfortunately, took the brunt of the consequences.
Pulse’s Brea Seaburg, Nurse Practitioner, discusses empowering her patients to take control of their health by learning a few easy healthy eating tips. Making simple changes to our diet can lead to a big impact on heart health and chronic disease. Her top tips are:Eat more whole, real food Eat more plants Don’t fear healthy fats
Watch the video to learn more about how to be an active participant in your health – from the kitchen!
Many of us are facing challenges that can be stressful and overwhelming. In the state of Washington, nearly 1.8 million adults have reported symptoms of anxiety, according to the Washington State Department of Health’s January 4 COVID-19 Behavioral Health Impact Situation Report.