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Love Yourself On Valentine’s Day

Posted: February 14, 2020

Any special day connected to food, particularly sweet treats, may leave some people more apprehensive than festive. Marketing periods for these holidays tend to stretch longer too, which means displays of heart-shaped candy boxes hit the shelves right after the new year. If agressive Valentine’s Day promotions have you feeling discouraged about the goals you’ve […]
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Wear Red for Heart Awareness

Posted: February 7, 2020

Every February 7, the American Heart Association encourages everybody to wear red to raise awareness of heart disease. While this day stresses the statistic that heart disease is the leading cause of death among women in the United States, there are other important facts to know: Approximately one in every four deaths in this country […]
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The Flu Shot and Your Weight: What To Know

Posted: January 31, 2020

As we enter February, some may believe we have come to the end of the flu season. This may not necessarily be the case. Though we can forecast weather conditions and determine a timeline for a transition to warmer days, it’s still a challenge to predict the spread and decline of influenza cases for this […]
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National Peanut Butter Day

Posted: January 24, 2020

Today is National Peanut Butter Day, and it’s fitting to celebrate this day in the same month George Washington Carver – the man most associated with this treat – was born. Though Carver did not invent peanut butter, his work with peanuts helped to popularize it, so much that it remains one of the most […]
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Chew On This

Posted: January 17, 2020

Have you ever looked at your empty plate after a meal, amazed that it all disappeared so quickly? These days we not only eat on the run, but we bring everything to the table. If one hand holds the fork while the other swipes a phone screen, you may not notice how fast you eat. […]
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Spilling the Tea on Tea

Posted: January 10, 2020

It’s still early in the first month of a new year, and a prime time for weight loss companies to flood social media and websites with advertisements for their products. We have talked about what to look for in weight loss scams, as certain companies may be more concerned about profits than helping people achieve […]
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Watch Out For New Year’s Scams

Posted: January 3, 2020

We don’t need to tell you that weight loss is a common, if not the most popular New Year’s resolution made. Arguably, it is often abandoned after a few months, and reasons will vary. Time restraints, temptations and other issues factor into broken resolutions, no doubt creating more discouragement than will. This doesn’t mean such […]
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Be Vigilant About B12

Posted: December 20, 2019

Another year is coming to close, inspiring thoughts of resolutions to begin in January. The most commonly made (and often broken) goals involve health and nutrition – eating better, regular exercise, and self-improvement. January also sees more people trying veganism as a means of boosting health, which is why some call the first month of […]
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Is There a Friday the 13th Diet?

Posted: December 13, 2019

Luck has little, if anything, to do with weight loss and weight management. It takes determination, persistance, and even guidance from professionals with the tools to see you to your goals. As today is Friday the 13th, the second and last one of the year, we can understand if the more superstitious of us apply […]
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Healthy Holiday Baking Swaps

Posted: December 6, 2019

Is it good or bad that we missed National Cookie Day? Forgetting a food-related novelty day of observance shouldn’t be upsetting, especially this month. December not only brings holiday cookie swaps, but a variety of once-a-year sweets we share with friends and keep on hand as we count the days to Christmas. This may be […]
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