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Five Naturally Mood-Boosting Foods

on April 21st, 2017 Leave a Comment

As the old saying goes: “You are what you eat.” And realistically, most people would rather be chocolate than broccoli. A common misconception about dieting is that it takes the joy out of food and eating. Although the weight loss results we hope for when we commit to a diet feel pretty exciting, the actual […]

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5 Ways to Teach Your Daughter about Healthy Weight & Body Image

on April 7th, 2017 Leave a Comment

In the age of social media, the Internet, reality TV, and pop culture, women and girls face an enormous amount of pressure to look a certain way or be a certain weight. More now than ever, weight and body image concerns create an immense amount of anxiety for women, but increasingly more so for young girls. […]

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5 Reasons We Don’t Eat in Moderation

on March 28th, 2017 Leave a Comment

When it comes to good eating habits a common term we hear is “eat in moderation.” But what does that mean? If I put a bag of chips in between two people and ask them to take out a moderate amount it’s unlikely they’d be the same. How different would the two be? Should they […]

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‘On/Off’ Switch for Obesity-Related Cancer Found

on March 7th, 2017 Leave a Comment

As research continues to show, the connection between cancer and obesity continues to be proven. However, researchers from the University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston believe they may have found an answer in stymieing the process of cancer growing in people overweight. The answer comes in CXCL1, a signaling molecule that regulates cell […]

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Researchers Offer a New Look at Nutrition

on February 21st, 2017 Leave a Comment

We generally judge healthy foods by the nutrition it holds, and we decide how healthy our diet is by the nutrients we take in. We consider nutrients a rather linear concept; we either take in enough or we don’t — and if we don’t its lack of presence in our bodies could result in an […]

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Defeat Sitting Disease — Deskercise!

on February 14th, 2017 Leave a Comment

Moving more every day isn’t complicated or impossible even if you have a sedentary job. The good news is that moving just a little more often than you already do can extend your life. Today nearly everyone in office-bound and transportation-intense jobs sits too much and too long at a time. The result: sore, stiff […]

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5 Tips to Stop that Weight Loss Rollercoaster

on February 7th, 2017 Leave a Comment

Reaching your goal weight can be equated to the pause in the middle of a roller coaster. You’ve reached your weight loss goal and you’ve been on this roller coaster before. Can you keep it off and stop the roller coaster? Here are some tips to get you on solid ground. Develop a maintenance plan […]

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Sitting on an Empty Wallet: The Cost of Physical Inactivity

on February 1st, 2017 Leave a Comment

A lot of people that are physically inactive throughout the day aren’t so by choice. More and more jobs are in an office setting. These environments are sedentary by nature, and don’t tend to encourage physical activity. While some try to remedy their lack of movement during the day by doing some basic things at […]

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Three Ways to Spice Up Weeknight Meals

on January 21st, 2017 Leave a Comment

Preparing a healthy dinner every night is a chore for many, especially after a long day at work. But the truth is that putting together a nutritious meal can be easy and quick with a little creativity. Salads topped with grilled chicken are great, but when you feel the need to change things up, give […]

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Politics over Dietary Guidelines?

on January 20th, 2017 Leave a Comment

In this day and age it seems no matter how noble the cause, it is soon taken overtaken by politics. And even if politics aren’t necessarily involved, someone usually finds a way to introduce politics into the situation, including our dietary guidelines. A piece was put out from public health and sustainability experts from George […]

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