Tag Archives: Weight Management


The Benefits of Putting Some Spring In Your Step This Season

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Believe it or not, flowers are blooming, birds are chirping, and warmer weather is indeed approaching. The warmer seasons bring an ideal time for outdoor aerobic activity, which, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, is proven to not only help with your physical well being, but also your “function, mood, and quality [...]

For some reason, older adults often get the notion that they can’t exercise for a series of reasons.

Arthritis Pain Relief, Without Medication

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Looking for ways to cope with your Arthritis pain naturally? Holistic approaches to pain management are up-and-coming for a reason. There are many exercises, when used with Arthritis support products, that help people not only cope with their pain, but also gain strength, which helps boost energy and the desire to participate in beloved activities [...]


Dining With Arthritis

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Do you struggle with choosing what to eat while dining out? Are you craving that pasta dish or bowl of soup but fear the consequences because of arthritis pain? We’ve been there. So, you’re sitting at a restaurant for dinner, and the four-cheese pasta calls your name. You’re thinking about the buttery and delicious carbs [...]

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Is Your Diet Making Your Arthritis Pain Worse?

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You are what you eat. This old adage holds more weight than ever as new research is released on just how what we eat effects our bodies. We all know the general rules for eating well, fruits and veggies, whole grain, low fat. Those tips are all good for general overall health but many health [...]


A Treat to Keep You on Track

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Staying on task during a diet is extremely tricky.  I’ve always said, cheat a little – because it will help you stay successful.  The more you tell yourself “No,” the more you will crave whatever it is that has been denied – especially if you’re new to the dieting game. Don’t forget about treating yourself! [...]

Fat Tuesday Debunked: Healthy Pancakes

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Avoid those decadent Fat Tuesday pancakes without breaking tradition! Fat Tuesday marks the end of Mardi Gras (which, in French, translates to ‘Fat Tuesday’) and celebrates a day of gluttony. Fat Tuesday, or Shrove Tuesday as it’s called in England, has been in practice for hundreds of years across the globe. Traditionally, the day is [...]


Candy Corp. Decision Drives Obesity Awareness

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Mars, Inc, Candy Supplier, Takes Small Step in the Fight Against Obesity Chocolate is a common weakness for many Americans.  We turn to it for an energy boost, to fight depression or to just indulge our senses.  If consumed carefully, chocolate can be part of a healthy diet – but not many of us consume [...]


How to Keep a Food Journal

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Counting calories can take a back seat to all of the more important things you have to count like the number of kids you brought to the playground, the amount of bills you have to pay, and the impressively high number of red lights you are hitting on your way to that important business meeting. [...]

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Understanding Plantar Fasciitis

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Excruciating foot pain cannot be ignored, and if you are experiencing that pain, it could be taking away from your quality of life. Plantar fasciitis is a very common cause of foot pain of which many people are unaware. It is caused by the inflammation of the tissue on the underside of the foot, towards [...]