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Cardio and Leg Training

by Jessica B. October 27th, 2021
There is no shortage of exercises you can do to help tone up your legs and improve your leg strength while building your cardio, but it can be tricky to find a type of cardio exercise that won’t also risk causing repetitive injuries and overuse injuries if you don’t
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Inexpensive Superfoods

by Kimberly Hays October 20th, 2021
When I discuss superfoods with people, it seems the most popular reason why they say that they don’t add them to their grocery list is because of cost. There are some, that when they are not in season, can be a little pricey, but none are really that expensive when you think about the health benefits of them. Here we will cover some of the lower cost superfoods to show that it can be really inexpensive to have some,
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French Women Don’t Get Fat Diet

by Kimberly Hays October 13th, 2021
Mireille Guiliano brought the French Women Don’t Get Fat Diet to America when she wrote a book on the subject which explains how French women stay so slim and beautiful. The premise of the diet is that you rid your life of fad diets, and learn how to eat small portions. The French indulge in chocolate, wine, baguettes, and cheese. You are not denied anything that you want to eat on this diet, but instead,
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  • Gluten-free Snacks for Health & Well-Being

    by R. Carnavale October 6th, 2021
    Maybe you or a loved one can't eat foods that contain gluten, but that's no reason to miss out on yummy snacks. It's still possible to prepare gluten-free snacks that are nutrient-rich and delicious. Fortunately, these days supermarkets and bakeries are filled with delicious gluten-free treats, but you can save money and increase your selection of gluten-free snacks if you make your own gluten-free snacks
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  • Slow And Steady Wins the Race!

    by Joan Jacobsen September 29th, 2021
    Aesop knew what he was writing about when he penned the story “The Tortoise and the Hare”. We all are aware of the ending as it was a basic children's tale with a winning moral ending that we recited and learned many years ago. My interpretation of this fable encouraged me to follow the slow road to my goal of losing weight while getting fit and healthy in the
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  • 12 Tips for Healthy Snacks at School

    by R. Carnavale September 22nd, 2021
    It's snack time! Children always look forward to taking a break from their studies to eat something delicious. Snack time at school gives your children a chance to refuel, helps them remain alert for the rest of the day, lets them stave off hunger pangs, and helps them to not overeat at lunch. As a parent, you're always looking for ways to teach your children how to eat right
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All health and fitness information is provided for educational purposes. Please consult with your physician before beginning any exercise regimen.