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 The 25 most popular RealAge Tips

05/02/2011
You’ve heard about the Mediterranean diet. Now try the Viking diet. Recent research suggests that it, too, could help you live a much longer life. More
 

05/05/2011
Orange juice isn’t the only beverage you can grab when you want to help your immune system fight off illness and infection. More
 

05/04/2011
Imagine slashing your risk of lung cancer — no matter what your health history — by 50 percent. And here’s the bean that may help you do it: chickpeas. More
 

05/03/2011
Constant clamor from traffic, industry, construction, and more can take a serious toll on your heart health. But here’s a quick $2 fix: earplugs. More
 

05/06/2011
Move the alarm ahead 1 hour on your bedside clock. Research shows that just 1 additional hour of sleep may be all you need to help reduce high blood pressure risk. More
 

04/28/2011
Here’s one of the best ways to satisfy your sweet tooth while keeping your blood pressure in check: Take a nibble of dark chocolate. More
 

12/07/2010
You could cut your mortality risk dramatically if you just did this for 30 minutes: walk. More
 

06/13/2008
Your immune system is responsible for helping fight off everything from the common cold to cancer. A tall order! More
 

04/29/2011
Pureed into soup, boiled, or grilled, this is one spring veggie you can’t afford to forget about: artichokes. More
 

05/17/2010
Wouldn’t it be great if you could just sprinkle something on your food to help you lose weight? Research suggests these fiery flakes might fit the bill: crushed red pepper. More
 

10/15/2010
It’s warm, it’s fresh tasting, and it’s great with a little lemon and honey. And your lungs love it. It’s green tea. More
 

04/26/2011
Few things plant the waist-widening TV remote more firmly in our hands than the need to destress. But here’s a healthier way to let go of it all: Just breathe deeply. More
 

04/25/2011
If you want to eat healthier, just picture yourself doing this: eating healthier! More
 

04/22/2010
Cream of Wheat, or oatmeal for breakfast? If you want to drop your blood pressure, go for the oats. More
 

04/21/2011
A bowl of salted nuts isn’t the only way to get your nut nutrition. So think outside the peanut bowl and try baking with this: pecan flour. More
 

07/24/2009
If you want to keep your ears working well enough to hear a pin drop, consider popping this mineral: magnesium. More
 

01/25/2010
You can give your body a little fat-burning advantage by including items like these in your morning meal: eggs, yogurt, and whole-grain cereal. More
 

12/23/2010
When you overdo it and down a day’s calories in one sitting, your body’s inflammatory processes go into overdrive. But here’s a way you might counter it: Drink orange juice. More
 

04/18/2011
You just might live longer if you satisfy your sweet tooth with this chewy, gooey treat: figs. More
 

02/01/2010
The key to not overeating at lunch is to choose carefully at breakfast. And here’s a beverage choice that may help: skim milk. More
 

07/19/2010
There’s a sweet, super-smart snack that could help you feel fuller, so you’d eat less at mealtimes and fit into your jeans better. More
 

04/11/2011
Next time you load your plate with mac and cheese and eat the whole thing, here’s what you should do next: Grab a couple of handfuls of strawberries. More
 

04/27/2011
Go ahead, have that cup of coffee. Turns out a morning cup of joe could cut your risk of stroke. More
 

04/14/2011
Potatoes sometimes get a bad health rap. But new research shows that certain varieties may help quiet inflammatory processes that set the stage for disease. More
 

04/16/2007
When your blood pressure (BP) creeps up, help knock it down with this simple change in diet. More
 
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