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Kid-Friendly Superfoods

by Kimberly Hays February 19th, 2020
Sometimes it is difficult to get children to eat some superfoods like broccoli and greens, but of course you want them to have foods high in antioxidants and other nutrients for optimum health. There are some superfoods, however, that you can sneak into meals and snacks that they will
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All About Oats

by Bea February 12th, 2020
It is no secret that oatmeal is a great whole food choice for pre and post workouts.  As a post-workout choice, oatmeal is great because it has a good carb to protein ratio. This will help with repairing your muscles so that they are ready to go for the next workout.

As a pre-workout choice, oatmeal is fantastic because it allows you to train on a well prepared stomach. It is a slow digesting carb, which allows for a long-lasting
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The Mindful Diet: Lose Weight Using Your Mind

by Kimberly Hays February 5th, 2020
Our relationship with food is a very personal one. We equate food with memories and good times with our family and friends. We in no way want to give up that, but we can change how we think about food. How does food make you feel when you eat? Being mindful of these feelings is supposed to get you on track to losing weight and keeping it off. Here are some suggestions for this diet to think about. They
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  • Healthy Snacks for Your Next Flight

    by R. Carnavale January 29th, 2020
    Why spend two to three times what you'd normally pay for a snack when you fly? With airlines raking in money on their onboard menu offerings, passengers oftentimes finding themselves paying outrageous prices for everyday foods, such as $2.89 for a CLIF Bar energy Bar or $5.49 for a serving of fruit and nut mix. There's no reason to be hungry or to pay through the nose when you're
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  • Do Cardio Like a Child

    by Joe Lawrence January 22nd, 2020
    If you have children, you have surely watched in amazement how they can play or run around for hours and seemingly never get tired. My daughter never stops…never! I was watching the other day as she would jump from toy to toy tirelessly while playing with the neighbor. I was worn out just watching her, but then it hit me. She is doing stations.

    Naturally, she did not think about
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  • Keep Popping!

    by Bea January 15th, 2020
    If you are looking for a healthy snack, look no further than popcorn! Well, okay, there are some guidelines that you should look into before just grabbing any bag of popcorn and assuming that is a healthy snack. Popcorn that is drenched in butter, salt, sugar, chocolate, or something else is probably not going to be a good, healthy snack for you. However, plain popcorn does have some great
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All health and fitness information is provided for educational purposes. Please consult with your physician before beginning any exercise regimen.