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Desk Pilates: A 'Take it Easy' Way to Exercise

This simple guide gives you easy ways to enjoy the Pilates exercise while sitting at your desk.

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Expert Q&A: Get Your Diet Into Shape

In part 2 of this expert Q&A, nutritional counselor, Susan Harrow Rago MS, RD, LDN, explains the do’s and don’ts of dieting.

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Weight Loss: Reframe Your Thinking and the Pounds Will Drop

Women who have put this into practice have actually had greater success keeping weight off… How you ever heard a motivational speaker say something like, “Okay, so let’s get started. Now remember, you probably can’t do this. Beats me why you even try...

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Q&A: Weight Loss with Nutrition Counseling

In this Q&A, nutrition counselor Susan Harrow gives tips on how the right resources can help you achieve sustained weight loss.

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Recipe: Java Chunky Monkey by Borne Appetit

Try this sweet, filling and healthy smoothie recipe from Borne Appetit and let us know what you think!

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Why You Should Eat Raw Foods With Every Meal

Cooking foods may add great flavor, but also strips food of these nutritional benefits.

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Three Sure Ways to Tell It's Not Head Hunger

For some, the concept of head hunger may require some adjustment, especially if it’s become a habit.

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Weight Loss: Think Yourself Thin with Positive Self-Talk

Weight Loss: Think Yourself Thin with Positive Self-TalkThere is mind and there is matter. If you wish to move the matter, you’ll need to tune up your mind. In this case the matter is that inner tube just above your waist. And if you wish to move it, ...

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Weight Gain: How Much is Too Much?

Those few extra pounds are more than numbers on the scale, and can cause harmful effects to your body later.

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Half of Packaged Foods Don'€™t Meet FDA Requirements for 'Healthy' Items

A CDC study shows most packaged grocery foods contain salt levels that are much higher than nutritional requirements.