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We always seem to be impressed by water and what it has to offer. However, we don’t take the time to ensure we drink enough water. With all the water that surrounds us, why are we constantly downing energy drinks, coffee, and juices when we are thirsty? Keep Reading


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You would think that in order to reduce fat in your midsection, you would start with endurance exercises, and focusing on some weight training just on your abdominals right? Keep Reading


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Your body works sort of like the warning symbols that pop up on the dashboard of your car. If your engine is having issues, tires are low in pressure, or the oil needs to be changed, your car lets you know. Some warning signs that our body might be telling us should not be ignored, and should be fixed as soon as possible. Here are a few of issues that may or may not be a concern, and should be explored to treat as soon as possible: Keep Reading


Post image for Controlling Our “Portion Distortion”

Portion sizes have been increasing each decade of society. It wasn’t long ago that the normal size for a soda was a modest 12 ounces, food was portioned smaller at restaurants, and all-you-can-eat buffets weren’t as popular as they are today. There are a few things you can do to counter this “portion distortion” that we as a society are currently experiencing, some that you can use to your own benefit: Keep Reading


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A long-debated argument has existed on the belief of pre-workout and post-workout snacks. Other questions for those that eat around their exercise schedules have included “How much should I eat for my workout, and what should I eat?” Keep Reading


Post image for Don’t Overeat These Healthy Foods!

Now, you would think that eating healthy foods with disregard for quantity for be good for you. I mean, you are choosing healthy foods as a substitute for greasy hamburgers, carbohydrate rich pizza, and sugar filled candies, so why not indulge in a healthy food that you enjoy? Keep Reading


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Are you guilty of late night snacking? Keep Reading


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Healthy Vacationing

by Rachelle on September 25, 2014

Say goodbye to those post-vacation diets! It’s easy to stay in shape while on vacation by staying active and eating healthy. Vacation is a great time to forget about the stress of work and school, but not the best time to forget about working out. Keep Reading


The Many Health Benefits of Green Tea

by Mel on September 23, 2014

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“Better to be deprived of food for three days, than tea for one.”

-Ancient Chinese Proverb Keep Reading


Making Running a Daily Habit

by Jackie on September 19, 2014

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Are you ready to include running in your exercise routine? Or training for your first 5K? Whatever your motivation, running is an excellent way to get in shape and improve overall health. It’s also a convenient way to get moving and boost your cardio training. Keep Reading