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How to Make Any Day Amazing

Jun 8, 2016 3:10:56 PM / by staff posted in Behavioral Health, Lifestyle and Behavior

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Isn’t it wonderful when you wake up with that feeling of everything going your way? The alarm doesn’t startle you awake, the sun isn’t glaring in your eyes, your morning coffee is just as you like it and your clothes don’t have a wrinkle in sight. If every morning went smoothly it would be easy to keep a positive attitude day after day. Unfortunately, most of our mornings are going to hit little pitfalls, whether it be traffic or an argument with a coworker. This is no reason to let your day spiral out of control! Focusing on the little positives in your life can help you make every day feel a little bit more amazing.

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Staying Motivated through it All

May 25, 2016 3:18:28 PM / by staff posted in Behavioral Health, Lifestyle and Behavior

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It isn’t always easy to stay motivated. Life has a way of throwing curve balls at you when you least expect them—not to mention are least prepared for them. When you are participating in any sort of wellness program, either an anti-aging program or weight loss program, keeping your motivation level up is important.

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Is it Possible to Reverse Autoimmune Disease?

May 18, 2016 3:15:16 PM / by staff posted in Health and Aging, Healthy Living

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Autoimmune disease is a chronic disorder that disrupts the immune system, causing inflammation throughout the body. More than 50 million Americans suffer from autoimmune disorders, which include diseases like multiple sclerosis (MS), Crohn’s Disease, and Celiac Disease.

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What Are Processed Foods?

Apr 8, 2016 2:19:13 PM / by staff posted in Nutrition, Weight Loss

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Processed foods refer to any type of food that has been altered in some way from its original state. When you are trying to lose weight, or improve your diet for any variety of other health reasons, then it is sometimes recommended to cut back on processed food intake. While the biggest problems in the processed food world might be rather obvious (frozen pizzas, hot pockets and canned raviolis might come to mind), these are hardly the only examples of processed foods that are sneaking their way into your diet.

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Just Like Riding a Bike

Mar 30, 2016 2:10:01 PM / by staff posted in Weight Loss, Weight Loss Exercise

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Sometimes, to get in touch with your healthy side, you need to get in touch with your childish side.

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Getting Motivated for the Long-Run

Mar 23, 2016 2:05:16 PM / by staff posted in Behavioral Health, Weight Loss

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It is often said that the first step is the most difficult, but when it comes to losing weight this is only partially true. Getting started with a weight loss program does take a leap of faith, and for some people it is this first step that takes the longest and requires the most courage, but once you get going on your weight loss program you need to keep your motivation level up, otherwise you can easily fall off track and never make it to your end goal.

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Fibro Fog: Fibromyalgia and Chronic Fatigue

Mar 18, 2016 1:57:07 PM / by staff posted in Anti-Aging Medicine, Fibromyalgia

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When waking up just doesn’t mean waking up.

Everyone knows what it is like to be tired—to feel so worn out that you barely feel like yourself. There are long days, short nights and long to-do lists that will push your energy level to the limits, and the result of this is days that are filled with fatigue. But for some people this experience of mind-numbing fatigue isn’t a once-in-a-while thing, it is an everyday thing. This is the case for those who struggle with fibromyalgia, but the problem is that many people don’t realize that there is actually a medical reason that is causing the excessive tiredness.

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What to Eat in 2016: New Dietary Guidelines Focus on Sugar

Mar 15, 2016 10:33:10 AM / by staff posted in healthy lifestyle, Lifestyle and Behavior

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It is no secret that sugar isn’t the healthiest food out there. In fact, in recent years there has been an overwhelming amount of evidence that sugar is actually a leading factor in the rise in obesity across the United States, and that high levels of sugar intake could cause chronic health concerns, from inflammation to type-2 diabetes, and potentially even increasing your risk for developing certain types of cancer.

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Overview on Low T

Feb 25, 2016 3:46:56 PM / by staff posted in Anti-Aging Medicine, Hormone Replacement Therapy

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Fluctuating hormone levels is one of the most common ailments to develop with age. It will affect both men and women, most typically starting after the age of 40. When hormone fluctuations start and how drastic they are depends on a lot of different factors, from your genetic makeup to your dietary and exercise habits.

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How to Improve your Digestive Health

Feb 17, 2016 3:37:48 PM / by staff posted in healthy lifestyle, Weight Loss

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Living a healthy lifestyle is about a lot more than losing weight. Even after you reach your goal weight, it is possible to be living in a way that just isn’t ideal for your overall health. Millions of people across the United States deal with chronic health issues, from digestive discomfort to heart disease, and so many of these ailments can be connected to poor digestive health.

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