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Self Reflection Exercise That Will Change Your Life
Wednesday, April 17, 2013      0 comments

Self reflection is a powerful tool to creating a healthy, happy life. Some personalities find this exercise easier than others, but all will get something from it. Steve G... Read more
Age Is Nothing But a Number!
Sunday, April 07, 2013      1 comments

Are you too old for fitness? NO! There are measurable health benefits that come from a consistent exercise program at any age. The first step in beginning a program at... Read more
The Glories of Garlic
Thursday, March 28, 2013      0 comments

Garlic is synonymous with certain styles of cooking, but to me, it’s also part of the welcoming of spring. An Easter Brunch with deviled eggs, roast beef, and garlic aspa... Read more
Carbs Are Not the Bad Guys!
Friday, March 22, 2013      2 comments

Carbohydrates have been labeled by certain diet gurus as fat boosting little demons. Reality needs to be separated from the hype. The reality is carbohydrates provide an en... Read more
Walking Works Wonders
Thursday, March 21, 2013      0 comments

Walking can reduce your risk of heart disease, improves blood sugar and blood pressure, strengthens bones, helps with weight loss, keeps your brain sharp and helps relieve ... Read more
Up Your Odds: Exercise AND Eat Right
Wednesday, March 20, 2013      0 comments

Gaining weight back after ‘dieting’ is difficult for people on many levels. This process of yo-yo dieting can be physically and emotionally damaging. Studies reveal that the... Read more
Creating a Better Way of Life for Older Adults
Sunday, March 17, 2013      1 comments

There are research studies investigating many topics from the best diet to the new, latest diet pills to…everything diet related. But I recently saw an older article in the ... Read more
Creative, Yummy Dishes Using Original Breadcrumbs
Friday, March 15, 2013      0 comments

Panko and store bought breadcrumbs are typical for breading proteins and vegetables. An article in Clean Eating Magazine (March, 2013) challenges us to see outside the box,... Read more
5 Exercise Myths That Keep You Fat
Thursday, March 14, 2013      0 comments

Guest blogger Trisha from Cincinnati Fit Body Bootcamp explains why we shouldn’t believe everything we hear. There are plenty of exercise misconceptions out in the worl... Read more
Simple Ideas for Eating a Healthy Lunch
Wednesday, March 13, 2013      0 comments

The least healthy meal of the day for most women is lunch. Because unhealthy habits are difficult to change, it requires determination and drive with a blend of support to ... Read more
Pumpkin Seeds Pack a Nutritional Punch
Tuesday, March 12, 2013      2 comments

Pumpkin seeds are a versatile source of mineral zinc. They are a great source of dietary fiber, unsaturated fat and protein. Despite these great nutritional components, pum... Read more
Reflux and Obesity
Sunday, March 10, 2013      0 comments

Obesity and the negative medical consequences of that condition are on the rise in the United States. High blood pressure, cardiac issues, cholesterol issues, and Type 2 di... Read more
Lemony Chicken Saltimbocca
Saturday, March 09, 2013      1 comments

(photo: John Autry) For a special event dinner, or just because it’s Tuesday, try this fabulous, low-calorie entrée for ingredients please go to the site. It's y... Read more
Do Running Shoes Prevent Injuries to Runners?
Friday, March 08, 2013      2 comments

Finding the best running shoe to support your feet and legs is a billion dollar industry, but does spending $150 on the hottest trend in shoes actually providing you enough s... Read more
Fad Diets Don’t Work
Thursday, March 07, 2013      1 comments

Here’s an excellent article written by Charlotte Geraghty on Fad Diets and why they never work. In the gym this morning, I overheard two women comparing their diets whi... Read more

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