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What is Avoidance Overeating?

Published on May 2, 2014

Avoidance overeaters are usually warm, compassionate people who are very sensitive to the needs of others, but have a hard time dealing with their own needs, wants and problems. They often turn to food to escape, and are often overweight.

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Get Addicted to Healthy Living

Published on March 24, 2014

When you start a diet or workout program, it’s easy to think of it as only a short-term change. You’re just going on a diet until you lose the weight you need to. You’re just working out all the time

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Are Your Friends Bad for Your Health?

Published on March 6, 2014

Before you roll your eyes and stomp off to your room, this isn’t a lecture from your mother about bad social influences. When you’ve made the decision to embark on a healthier life path, it seems your friends can do

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Your Diet Shouldn’t Hurt

Published on February 21, 2014

You may have seen the news recently about Biggest Loser Season 15’s winner, Rachel Frederickson, who dropped 155 pounds to win the $250,000 prize and loads of criticism in the process. The feature in many a gossip magazine over the

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Interested in Eating Organic? START with FRESH!

Published on December 2, 2013

“I want to eat healthy, fresh or organic foods, but I can’t afford it.” On a scale of 1 to 10, how true do you believe that statement to be for you and your family? Though there is some validity

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Thanksgiving – A Fitter Feast for You

Published on November 8, 2013

Every year Americans celebrate Thanksgiving by planning a feast fit for kings. After all, we’ve had 150 years to perfect the turkey, pumpkin pie and a host of delicious side dishes for this momentous occasion. In fact, most of us

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Back to School…Back to Lunch!

Published on August 25, 2013

Between school supplies, new shoes and backpacks, there’s a lot to think about as you prepare your kids for a new school year. So when you’re looking for the best things to buy in setting them up for a bright

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From Smoothies to Gardening, 5 Tips for a Healthier, Green(er) Lifestyle

Published on April 17, 2013

If you didn’t get your fill of green on St. Patrick’s Day, April offers up a whole new reason to “Go Green” with Earth Day on April 22. Let’s also take a look at how you can go green with

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5 Tips for Avoiding Easter Holiday Weight Gain

Published on March 25, 2013

For breakfast, it’s chocolate eggs followed by fluffy neon marshmallows and jellybeans for lunch, finished with a hunk of ham and a heaping helping of scalloped potatoes for dinner. If that sounds like your Easter weekend menu, you’re not alone.

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“Taste the Rainbow” – A Better Slogan for Fruits & Veggies Than Sugary Candies

Published on March 19, 2013

We’re now “over the rainbow” on another Saint Patrick’s Day, and I hope this one didn’t leave you feeling bloated (or worse, hung over) from too much green beer or weighed down by the salty corned beef and starchy potatoes.

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