Weight Loss

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Not just child’s play, trampoline classes are popping up in gyms across the country. Trampoline workouts are not only a quick way to tighten, tone, and build core strength, they can also shred calories and boost cardio as effectively as going for a run, but without the stress on your joints! Keep Reading

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Frozen yogurt shops are popping up all over!  But, is frozen yogurt actually better for you than ice cream?  It depends; some premium brands of ice cream contain 3 times more calories and 5 times more fat than frozen yogurt!  But, some frozen yogurt can still stacks up equally to ice cream when you look at sugar content.  One of the healthiest routes may be to make your own homemade frozen yogurt. Keep Reading

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The Dumbbell Workout

by Jackie on February 1, 2013

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Most people have a set of dumbbells lying around their house.  Why not brush them off and try this full-body at home workout?  All you need is a pair of 5-8 pound dumbbells!  These compound exercises work multiple muscle groups with each move so you get more bang for your workout buck!  Plus you get a cardio workout while increasing strength, all this in only 15-20 minutes! Keep Reading

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There is a great deal of confusing and conflicting advice available about the right type of diet for weight training. Much of the advice comes from people selling dietary supplements, many of which are unnecessary, and some of which are actually harmful. Like any other type of dietary regimen, diet weight training advice needs to be based not on the latest fad, but on sound nutritional and scientific principles. Keep Reading

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Most of us have the same resolutions each year: get in shape, get organized, eat healthy, etc. The problem is these resolutions continue to be our resolutions year after year because we are not achieving our goals! You’re not alone; studies show that only about 8% of people achieve their New Year’s resolutions. Learn the secrets of those who have succeeded and tips on how to keep your health related New Year’s resolutions this year! Keep Reading

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Post image for Best Medical Weight Loss: Options Explored

If you have tried losing weight on your own unsuccessfully, you might want to consider some of the best medical weight loss treatments. Weight and obesity are issues that many people try to cope with every single day for years, even a lifetime. By treating this like a medical issue, you can be successful. Keep Reading

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Post image for Counting Calories For Weight Loss: How To Make It Work

Losing weight is never easy; it requires an entire change in lifestyle. While this may seem like an overwhelming task, it can be broken down into smaller choices throughout the day. One of the most common ways people try to lose weight is by counting calories. Keep Reading

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The holidays are upon us and it is so easy to push exercise to the backburner for the next few weeks.  This year try to stick to your plan to exercise throughout the holidays so you won’t have the usual New Year’s resolutions of “getting in shape,” “losing weight,” and “exercising.” You will have a better chance of sticking to your plan if you only have to commit yourself to 15 minutes of exercise. Keep Reading

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Health management does not need to be difficult. There are some easy steps you can take to begin losing weight, and increase your general health. Keep Reading

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My odd food obsession? Meyer lemons. Ask anyone who knows me well- lemon complements everything I eat [ or drink ]. I use it on homemade pizza, quinoa pasta, hummus, all different kinds of berries, vegetables, pumpkin bread, &/or soup. Not only is one of the most versatile, low-calorie fruits, the acidic fruit turns alkaline after it is metabolizes in the body. This hummus & stuffed jalapeño olive appetizer is an easy side dish that is entirely Thanksgiving-appropiate & contains all-natural ingredients. Keep Reading

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