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Kristina Brooks

Kristina Brooks, Editor

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Multimedia Journalist specializing in science reporting. Bachelor's degree in Animal Science and Communications and MA in Broadcast Journalism.

Sugar is to Blame (INFOGRAPHIC)

Underlying the research regarding the obesity epidemic in the U.S. is the increasing amounts and types of processed sugars found in food products. Just how much sugar are we actually eating, and how much should we really consume? Learn more about sugar and our health in the infographic below. 

 

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posted 03/07/2016, comments (0)|
HealthGal

HealthGal, Health Guide

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Health and lifestyle journalist;Physician Assistant;HealthCoach;Nutritionist

Want to Limit Obesity? Balance Your Gut Microbes

 

Microbiome is a term trending strong in the health community.  I recently wrote about the microbiome, and gut microbes... Read moreChevron

HealthGal

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Health and lifestyle journalist;Physician Assistant;HealthCoach;Nutritionist

Is Winter Making You Fat?

 

 

Temperatures drop and we start layering on the clothes.  Outdoor exercise shifts indoors, and soups pepper... Read moreChevron

posted 02/11/2016, comments (0)|
HealthGal

HealthGal, Health Guide

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Health and lifestyle journalist;Physician Assistant;HealthCoach;Nutritionist

Losing Weight and Fat While Maintaining Muscle: Hard, But Doable

 

Is it possible to reduce your weight and specifically lose... Read moreChevron

posted 02/07/2016, comments (0)|
HealthGal

HealthGal, Health Guide

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Health and lifestyle journalist;Physician Assistant;HealthCoach;Nutritionist

Are You Really Being Honest About Your Diet?

 

If your yearly resolutions repeatedly fail, especially when it comes to Read moreChevron

posted 02/04/2016, comments (0)|

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