December 18, 2014
Tips for Healthy Holiday Eating
Source: California Pacific Medical Center According to the National Institutes of Health, holiday eating can result in an extra pound or two every year. Over a lifetime, holiday weight gain can really add up. The holidays don’t have to mean weight gain. Focus on a healthy balance of food, activity, and fun. By implementing a […]
December 17, 2014
8 Tips for Healthy Holiday Eating
Source: Cleveland Clinic Research studies show that most adults gain some weight over the holidays. But don’t despair — this year can be different! Here are some great ways to enjoy the holidays without adding pounds. For starters, treat yourself — just once a day… View Full Article
Source: WebMDDoes this sound like you? During the summer, you’re a workout fiend, perhaps swimming, running, hiking under the warm sun, keeping that body healthy and in ship — or beach — shape. Or maybe you’re a little less vigilant, but you still like to hit the gym every other day. Then, it happens: daylight-saving […]
December 15, 2014
12 Days of Christmas – Healthy Holiday Gift Ideas
Did you miss the “12 Days of Christmas – Healthy Holiday Gift Ideas?” Here they are in a quick list: Day 1 Idea: Fitness Trackers• Adidas Micoach Run Watch• Fitbit (Zip, One, Flex, Charge, or Surge)• Jawbone (Up Series)• Misfit (Flash or Shine Series)• Nike+ FuelBand• Philips Activa portable fitness device• Samsung Gear Fit activity […]
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