Healthy Headlines from Around the Web

0SHARES

By: , SparkPeople Blogger
9/2/2012 6:00 AM   :  11 comments   :  11,063 Views

See More: news, links,
Cheap Health Food: Tips To Combat Rising Food Prices from Huffington Post

How to Eat Your Vitamins from Real Simple

Greatist Workout of the Day from Greatist



Transplant Centers Struggle With Donors’ Obesity from The New York Times

The Healthy Eating Tips Jillian Michaels Is Teaching Her Kids from the Fit Stop

More Evidence That Exercise in Middle Age Boosts Health from HealthDay

7 Practices to Gain Weight Healthily from Diet Blog

Are You Overtraining? from Huffington Post

West Nile virus: Should you be worried? from The Washington Post

5 Yoga Poses to Boost Your Mood from Fit Bottomed Girls

HG's No-Cook Meals for One! (New Recipes!) from Hungry Girl

How to Stay Healthy on a Forced Exercise Break from Fit Sugar


Which stories piqued your interest this week?


Click here to to redeem your SparkPoints
  You will earn 5 SparkPoints
 

NEXT ENTRY >   Food Showdown: Which Shrimp Dish is the Better Catch?

Great Stories from around the Web

Comments

  • 11
    Middle Age and Cheap healthy eating were the two that most interested me. - 9/14/2012   8:07:15 AM
  • 10
    I have been paying attention to the news about West Nile Virus. We have had a few cases in Colorado. - 9/3/2012   6:30:46 PM
  • 9
    With 4 kids, I'm always interested in cheap healthy food options. Also glad to know that according to the HealthDay article, 34 is not quite middle age yet. The encouragement to exercise still applies, of course! - 9/3/2012   12:13:01 PM
  • 8
    Loved the 5 Yoga poses to boost your mood! Great way to wake up today. - 9/3/2012   9:16:29 AM
  • 7
    thanks. I liked the HuffPo - 9/3/2012   7:13:09 AM
  • 6
    Exercise in Middle Age - it's great to be reminded of the benefits of exercise. I'm afraid of falling off the exercise wagon once I reach goal weight. Knowing there are so many health benefits is a great incentive. - 9/3/2012   2:54:42 AM
  • 5
    Cheap Health Foods has some really great ideas. Today I bought a large amount of summer squash very cheap, brought it home, washed it, sliced it then froze it. I do this with many things that I find really cheap. My deep freeze is full. That leaves me with milk, yogurt, cottage cheese, etc. Reduces my shopping bills! - 9/2/2012   9:38:17 PM
  • DRAK416
    4
    Tyvm for recommendation on No cook meals article, was quick, easy and informative - 9/2/2012   9:27:11 PM
  • 3
    Loved the No Cook Meals for One. Not that I'm a lazy lady, but the more quick meals I know, the easier it is to eat healthy on a time crunch. =) - 9/2/2012   10:37:49 AM
  • 2
    Transplant Centers Struggle With Donor Obesity is certainly an interesting article. It doesn't take a rocket scientist to figure out that being obese puts a strain on a person's kidneys so having TWO of them makes sense. That man who lost 70# so he could donate still runs the risk of regaining the weight if he doesn't work daily to keep it off. Richard Johnson M.D.'s book "The Sugar Fix" really explains why obesity is such a problem. - 9/2/2012   9:15:27 AM
  • 1
    How to Eat Your Vitamins has some great suggestions for foods to eat rather than having to take supplements. - 9/2/2012   7:42:13 AM

Please Log In To Leave A Comment:    Log in now ›


Join SparkPeople.com

x Lose 10 Pounds by December 12! Get a FREE Personalized Plan