Planning Your Own Workout Program: The Basics

January 24, 2014
planning your own workout routine

When it comes to getting fit or losing weight, having a long-term workout program planned out for months at a time, with goals to achieve along the way, will help you to stick with it.

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Tips for Shopping & Reading Labels When Going Gluten Free

January 8, 2014
reading nutrition labels

Shopping at the grocery store can be a challenge at times because of the people and the changes the stores makes so you see new products. When you’re shopping for gluten-free products it can be an even bigger challenge.

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Want To Lose Weight? Then Watch What You’re Drinking!

December 19, 2013
watch what you're drinking for losing weight

Everyone knows that losing weight means cutting down on your calorie intake and burning more calories through exercise. However, many people fail to consider the impact that their drinks have on their weight loss goals.

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Healthy Habits for a Better and Healthier Sleep

December 3, 2013
healthier sleeping habits

One of the keys to a healthier lifestyle is to integrate habits into your daily activities. Once something becomes a habit, it requires little thought and you get the benefits of regular repetition of healthy practices.

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Which are the Most Contaminated and High-Pesticide Fruit and Vegetables

November 22, 2013
dirty and clean veggies

Sometimes called the “dirty dozen,” there are twelve fruits and vegetables that are the most contaminated by pesticides and/or fungicides.

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Lead In Lipstick and Other Unhealthy Cosmetics

November 6, 2013
lead in your lipstick?

Cosmetics are intended to enhance your appearance, but there are some dangerous chemicals that may be lurking in your make-up.

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Beware of Salad Bars

October 25, 2013
beware of salad bars

While undercooked meat and eggs tend to raise red flags among restaurant-goers, salad bars may actually pose just as much if not more risk of food-borne illness.

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Time Out – How to Find Solitude in Our Hectic Lives

October 8, 2013
finding solitude in our busy lives

For those who crave solitude, finding the time to experience it can be challenging. Take a look at your schedule and see if there is some time you can carve out for yourself.

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Foods to Build Better Bones

September 27, 2013
building stronger bones

You might think that drinking more milk is going to build strong bones. But Americans drink a tremendous amount of milk as a whole, and osteoporosis is still a significant problem.

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Simple Steps to Eat More Ethically

September 10, 2013
ethical eating isn't hard to do

Are you concerned about the farming methods and other processes that go into producing and growing food? More and more people are with you.

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