Gabriella Patel

Healthy Freezer Meals

by Gabriella Patel on November 24, 2015

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I love making freezer meals! I feel such a great sense of accomplishment when I see my kitchen counter filled with the meals I have made for my family. The other thing I love about making freezer meals is that I only have to cook and clean up once! Keep Reading


A Better Booty

by Gabriella Patel on October 30, 2015

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Look better in your jeans this fall with these booty shaping moves. A tight, toned tush is a key ingredient for rockin’ your jeans with confidence. Plus, learn some tips to choose the best jeans for your body type! Keep Reading


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Few parents set out to feed their kids unhealthy foods, but many of the foods parents toss in their carts should be left on the grocery store shelves! Busy schedules and the low cost of convenience foods all contribute to unhealthy eating patterns. Keep Reading


Post image for Improve Your Run – the Do’s and Don’ts of Running

Running is an affordable and convenient way to exercise. Not only can you lose weight, most beginners lose nearly a pound a week, but you will feel better–physically, mentally, and emotionally! Studies have shown the health benefits to be enormous, reducing the likelihood of everything from the common cold to cancer. Learn the do’s and don’ts of running to keep you healthy and pain free! Keep Reading


Post image for Having Healthy Hair Starts with Eating Right!

You can buy the best shampoo and conditioner to get your hair looking great, but for healthy hair, it starts from the inside! Genetics plays a role in hair loss, but there are also many factors, including insufficient scalp circulation, an underactive thyroid, hormonal imbalances, and nutrient deficiencies. However, you are in luck! There are also many foods that offer vitamins and minerals that support healthy hair growth and strength. Keep Reading


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Lateral epicondylitis is commonly called different names; elbow tendonitis, or tennis elbow, and is a painful condition involving the tendons that attach to the bone on the outside part of the elbow. Degeneration of the tendon’s attachment occurs, weakening the anchor site and placing greater stress on the area. Pain is usually gradually felt on or below the elbows bony prominence. Keep Reading


Post image for Vitamin D: The Sunshine Vitamin

These days, we seem to have to make a conscious effort to get outside. We get used to using comfortable air conditioning, but it is important to get to the outdoors and enjoy the sunshine! Many Americans find themselves deficient in what is commonly referred to as the sunshine vitamin, otherwise known as vitamin D. Keep Reading


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We frequently hear about how we need to consume more calcium, but very little is mentioned of magnesium. Although we only need a small amount of magnesium per day, more than 55% of Americans don’t get enough on a daily basis! This vital mineral is extremely essential to a vast assortment of body functions, as more than 300 reactions that occur in our bodies need Magnesium to function well. Keep Reading


Post image for Don’t Destroy Those Pearly Whites!

Generally, most of us know that brushing well and flossing daily will likely keep our teeth strong and healthy, lasting us for years to come. What many of us don’t know is the small things that may have an effect on keeping our teeth strong. Keeping your teeth in top condition long-term is difficult enough! Here are some things that you may have not thought of that could be destroying your teeth! Keep Reading


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Are you planning on heading out for a hike or a bike trip? That tempting store trail mix usually has added unhealthy ingredients like sugar and unhealthy fats. What you want in a good trail mix is a snack that is non-perishable, easy to carry, high in calories to give you energy, low in carbohydrates, and if you have a sweet tooth, just enough sweetness to make it great tasting! Plus, when you make your own trail mix, you can make sure you like every food you put in it!

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