When I think of heart-healthy foods, salmon is typically the first to come to mind. Rich in Omega-3s, salmon is filling, flavorful and versatile. Other versatile heart-healthy foods include beans, tomatoes, broccoli, whole grains, oats, olive oil, chia seeds and blueberries. Dark chocolate and red wine -- classic Valentine's Day staples -- are also on the list.
While it's not yet a valid defense in court, hanger is a real, physiological phenomenon. When the body is deprived of blood glucose -- which happens when you haven't eaten recently -- the brain receives all kinds of signals to behave aggressively. Here's what's really going on when your empty stomach triggers that rage-y feeling in your head.
You may believe that bubbly water is a super-healthy alternative to soda. This is logical, because how could calorie-free, sugar-free, and sodium-free water with bubbles possibly be bad for you? But, tragically, it turns out that seltzer could actually be harmful your teeth if you drink enough of it.