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Warm Healthy Meal Bowls

Feb 13, 2020 4:28:54 PM / by Naomi Martoia RN posted in Alkaline Diet, healthy lifestyle, Healthy Living, Nutrition, Weight Loss, Healthy Eating, Healthy Cooking, Recipes

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So, it’s dinner time. It’s 29 degrees outside and you usually make a salad for dinner because that always sounds like the healthiest option and keeps you on track with eating veggies. Well a salad doesn’t sound very good when you are cold to the bone and had a 60 minute commute home in the ice and snow.  What you really want is something warm and comforting, that fills the hole of hunger and frustration with the weather.

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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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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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Success Strategies from Winning Losers

Feb 27, 2015 2:33:50 PM / by staff posted in healthy lifestyle, Lifestyle and Behavior

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If you want to know how to lose weight and keep it off, why not ask 5000 people who have maintained at least 30lbs of weight loss for over 12 months?  Since 1994, Rena Wing, Ph.D. and James O. Hill, Ph.D. have maintained the National Weight Control Registry (NWCR), an ongoing project that tracks people who have achieved long-term weight loss.

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High Fructose Corn Syrup and Your Health

Oct 2, 2013 5:56:49 PM / by staff posted in Anti Aging, diabetes, Health and Aging, healthy lifestyle

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Increasing evidence points to a connection between a common processed food ingredient and the rise in chronic diseases.  Anyone concerned with living a healthy lifestyle and following an anti-aging therapy program should avoid consuming this substance. This ingredient is artificial sugar, including high fructose corn syrup. Increased consumption of this ingredient is associated with increased health concerns, including a greater risk of developing diseases like:

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Yoga Provides Mental and Physical Benefits

May 15, 2013 9:45:03 AM / by staff posted in healthy lifestyle, Healthy Living, Lifestyle and Behavior, Stress Management

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Just the thought of exercise can be tiring. Common workouts like running and weightlifting leave us sore and exhausted, even if the feeling is satisfying. The “no pain, no gain” mentality is widespread at the gym, suggesting that it’s impossible to build your fitness without putting your body through the wringer.

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Using Fitness to Unwind

Mar 28, 2013 2:24:40 PM / by staff posted in Anti Aging, healthy lifestyle, Lifestyle and Behavior

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Absolutely everyone is exposed to stress, but we all handle it in different ways. Unfortunately, most people find unhealthy ways to cope with their stress. Emotional eating, tobacco use and excessive drinking are all avenues people use to handle stress, whether it is from work, relationship troubles or countless other problems.

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Increase Your Workplace Well-Being

Apr 10, 2012 4:45:45 PM / by staff posted in Behavioral Health, healthy lifestyle, Lifestyle and Behavior

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Getting up every morning for work is hard enough as it is. Just thinking about maneuvering amongst half-asleep Rochester drivers in traffic to get to work on time is enough to make you stay in bed. It isn’t until you walk through the office doors that you realize this is only the beginning. You still have a whole eight hours of co-workers, phones ringing and busywork to deal with. Managing your stress level and maintaining a sense of calm at work seems nearly impossible in this day and age.

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Pilates Breathing for Relaxation and Health

Nov 16, 2010 12:26:48 PM / by staff posted in healthy lifestyle, Lifestyle and Behavior, Weight Loss Exercise

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The foundation of Pilates routines is the breath. Relieving tension, maximizing elimination of toxins from the lungs and body, and massaging the internal organs are all benefits attributed to Pilates breathing techniques.

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Simple Tips For Good Health and Proper Nutrition

Aug 26, 2010 9:40:09 AM / by staff posted in healthy lifestyle, Lifestyle and Behavior, Nutrition

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They say living well is the best revenge. Use these simple tips to live well, feel better, and look younger.

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