• Make your diet Mediterranean

    Mediterranean diet is known for its anti-inflammatory health benefits that may improve blood pressure levels, lower cholesterol and more.

  • Have a conversation about your risk factors for heart disease

    Have a conversation with your provider about your risk factors for heart disease, especially if you are coping with stress, PTSD, or trauma.

  • #VADidThat: A weight management program that’s so much more

    MOVE! is a weight management and health promotion program designed to improve the lives of Veterans like this Marine and Vietnam War Veteran.

  • Healthy habits: You have it in you

    You have it in you. Rediscover your best health using tools gained during your time in the service. VA can help you improve your physical and mental wellbeing.

  • Once depressed, Veteran living his best life with support from VA Whole Health

    Depressed Navy Veteran found Whole Health which made life easier. VA gave him the help he needed to get back to living his best life.

  • Helping Veterans raise kids who aren’t afraid of eating

    Healthy eating can be overwhelming and difficult for parents. Especially young Veterans with young families. Help your kids understand what it means to build life-long healthy relationships with food.

  • 4 ways to keep a healthy body and mind as we age

    Lifestyle choices we make from a young age can affect how we age. It’s important to start eating well, exercising, and taking care of our bodies early on.

  • VA dietitian discusses ways to reduce food waste

    Using excess food items (that would otherwise be wasted) in upcoming meals is just one way to reduce food waste. For example, leftover vegetables could be used in casseroles, omelets, or salad.

  • Try ‘seasonal’ eating this fall for a more flavorful diet

    Fresh foods that have been recently harvested and not stored taste the best and retain the most nutrients, so eating seasonally gives you the most “bang for your buck.”

  • Florida Veterans achieve weight loss and overall health goals with VA’s MOVE! Program

    MOVE!’s core ideas—encouraging healthy eating behavior and increasing physical activity are easy to follow and based on the latest in nutrition science.

  • Eating healthy doesn’t have to be expensive. VA dietitian explains how.

    Many fresh fruits and vegetables have a quick expiration date, but with the right plan, we can nourish our bodies, save money and reduce waste.

  • Women Veterans: Retreat healthy and healing

    Women Veterans attend Healing in Nature Retreat which promotes whole health and wellness to help women Veterans explore personal wellness goals. “My best six days since coming home.”

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