As we enter 2015, you may start seeing less emphasis on Zumba when you go to your gym and more of a growing interest in a variety of exercise programs targeted to an aging population. These are some of the trends identified by the American College of Sports Medicine, which surveyed 3,400 health and fitness professionals around the globe in... Read more
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Weight gain during the holiday season is not inevitable like taxes in April. If you embrace a new approach to the festive meals, you can lower your glycemic load and possibly even lose a few pounds just in time for the New Year. Glycemic load is a... Read more
Did you know that the average Thanksgiving Day meal has over 2000 calories? That is for just ONE meal, not for the entire day. Although it is tempting to go overboard with all the delicious foods, keep in mind your goals and how you will feel after eating all those calories. Here are four tips to help keep you on track on Thanksgiving... Read more
Thanksgiving is here and the holidays are right around the corner! To avoid holiday weight gain, it’s important to eat healthy and maintain your physical activity level over the next two months. Here are some recipes you might consider making for your Thanksgiving dinner or taking to that holiday party or family gathering over the... Read more
These days you can usually choose from several different types of milk when you grocery shop or order out. This post compares three common types of milk: dairy milk, coconut milk and rice milk.
Advantages of Dairy/Cow Milk: Dairy milk contributes essential nutrients to the... Read more