Added by SAE Nutrition on January 27, 2013 at 9:00pm —
There is no doubt that the stress of the holidays and the availability of unhealthy food can be a challenge to our healthy eating plan. Cookies, cakes, and candy are everywhere we go. Dinner tables are filled with dishes high in sugar, fat, and carbs. By all means, enjoy! Just do so in moderation so that your waist line doesn't expand too much as you enter the New Year.
Here are seven ideas for not overeating during the holidays.
1. Eat before…
Added by Dina Colman on December 18, 2012 at 1:11pm —
Want to jump start your personal wellness plan but the idea of going to the gym or doing other cardio activities just doesn’t appeal to you? There’s good news for you! Diet and exercise are only one part of achieving optimal health. Though having a healthy fit body offers many health benefits, it’s also important to… Read more
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Added by Stephanie Merchant on July 24, 2012 at 8:27pm —
Since moving to my new home in a new town, I have been struggling to find a fitness routine. I thought once we moved I would buy a treadmill to help me along with workouts or walk diligently each day on my lunch break. However, between the cost and space associated with the treadmill and the fact that my lunch breaks seem to be non-existent, I haven’t been able to get consistent exercise.
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Added by Sara on July 2, 2012 at 7:55pm —
Why is it that when we talk about aging we tend to focus mainly on our skin? Is it because that is what is visible to us or the only thing we perceive we can control?
When I talk about prevention as the key to healthy aging, I’m not just talking about wearing sunscreen or having the best anti-aging lotions & potions.
In my post, The Science of Prevention, I talked about the basic… Read more
Added by Karen Morse on June 28, 2012 at 4:28pm —
A Google search for sunscreen safety reveals a plethora of articles for, and against, the use of sunscreen. The debate covers three main areas: potentially carcinogenic ingredients, vitamin D deficiency, and inadequate protection.
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Free radicals or…
Added by Elizabeth Walker on May 26, 2012 at 10:16am —
We have come a long way from those winter and early spring days when my son and I began exploring our newly inherited back garden. It has been so exciting to see some plants turn green, sprout leaves and, in some cases, flower. I will admit that I am a little… Read more
Added by Sara on May 21, 2012 at 3:49pm —
I was filming a video today that demonstrated exercises to release tension in the hands, wrists, and forearms, and I started to think about emotional stress and tension.
I was talking to a friend yesterday about how difficult it can be to stand up for yourself when you are a people-pleaser by nature. How is it that the fear and anxiety that comes from saying "no" to someone else can be greater than the stress and anxiety that we are placing on ourselves by saying "yes"? I have… Read more
Added by Karen Morse on May 15, 2012 at 3:14pm —
Are you a natural motivator?
Or seeking a little motivation yourself?
I think we all fall into both categories at some point or another in our lives. I created a community Pinterest board to help inspire & motivate others… Read more
Added by Karen Morse on May 1, 2012 at 5:32pm —
Vinegar has a long history of use for medicinal and culinary purposes. If Wikipedia is to be believed, it has been used since at least 3000 BC, traces having been found in ancient Egyptian urns. It is found in many historical pharmacopeias and herbals as well.
Over the years it has been used for washing wounds, relieving sore throats, diabetes, weight loss, fevers, poultices, skin care, digestive aids, steam inhalations for colds, as an ingredient in tonic drinks, as the acid in… Read more
Added by Elizabeth Walker on May 1, 2012 at 12:55pm —
I was browsing random quotes this morning, and I stumbled upon a website called ThoughtQuestions.com. I started reading through a couple of the random thoughts/questions, and I liked the "What Makes You Smile" image so much that I wrote a blog post about it today:…
Added by Karen Morse on April 26, 2012 at 5:50pm —
I put together this flyer in the hopes of inspiring someone to do something good for themselves! Read the tips below. Take one, take a few, or take them all!
Let me know which one is your favorite :-)…
Added by Karen Morse on April 23, 2012 at 8:47pm —
A few months ago, I wrote about our post-move basement. We were trying to get it an organized and create a livable space.
After I published my blog entry, I made an effort to follow the advice provided in one of the comments that I received. It was suggested that a way to reduce clutter is to get rid of 27 things per day. I found that most times that I began looking for… Read more
Added by Sara on April 15, 2012 at 8:01am —
There is no single “healthy” diet. In fact, many eating patterns sustain good health.
What these health eating patterns have in common is lots of fruits, vegetables, and whole grains, as well as healthy sources of protein and fats.
Here are 4 Tips to Healthy Eating that will lower your risk for conditions such as heart disease, stroke, diabetes, and certain forms of… Read more
Added by Karen Morse on April 13, 2012 at 2:15pm —
Everyone seems to be looking for quick and easy ways to change something about themselves or make their lives better in some way. Whether it is the latest way to lose 30 pounds in 30 days or the latest book on how to live the life of your dreams, the multi-billion dollar self-help… Read more
Added by Karen Morse on April 9, 2012 at 1:40pm —
I have always loved Easter eggs. I have fond memories of creating Easter eggs as a child at my gramma’s house with my cousins. Naturally, I thought this would be a tradition to share with my little guy this year.
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Added by Sara on April 8, 2012 at 8:01am —