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Strong Bones: Move over Calcium

When you think about strengthening your bones, chances are you immediately think about calcium. Most people would. Then some would probably add in magnesium, vitamins D3 and K2. And I wouldn’t argue with that at all. They are all important … Continue reading

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Weight Loss: The Missing Piece

I just love it when research bears out what I have been saying for years. If you read these blogs or my weekly newsletter very often, you know I have long said that the quality of the fuel you put … Continue reading

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Nutrition: How Greens Delay Brain Aging

According to research from Rush University Medical Center in Chicago, simply adding one daily serving of green leafy vegetables can slow brain aging by a decade. I did a newsletter earlier this year about this very research, but I felt … Continue reading

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Weight Loss: Why Detox is Step One

The first two weeks of the Today Is Still the Day plan are what I refer to as detox weeks. Some people get nervous when they hear that word but there’s no need for anxiety! I have very good reason … Continue reading

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Weight Loss: Choose Your Hard

If I asked you which was harder – losing weight or keeping it off, what would you say? Most people would likely say losing weight because so many struggle with that aspect. Too many people are constantly dieting only to … Continue reading

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Healthy Living: A Healthy Mindset is Key to Creating Healthy Habits

Most of the clients I work with believe making healthy changes is going to be extremely difficult and unpleasant. They assume they don’t have enough self-discipline, they won’t be able to stick with what they think will be a strict, … Continue reading

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Trouble Losing Weight: Pick your Poison

I’m sure I don’t have to convince you that stress is harmful to your health. An article in the Huffington Post said it this way: “Stress is a factor in five out of the six leading causes of death — … Continue reading

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Healthy Living: The Choice is Yours

We are all familiar with genes and DNA. We inherit certain genetic characteristics from our parents and other ancestors. You may have your father’s nose, your mother’s eyes or your grandmother’s body type. It was believed that whatever genes you … Continue reading

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Dental Health: 3 Surprising Ways Food Impacts It

If I asked you what you thought was the most important diet/dental link, what would you say? Would you say not eating candy and sugary foods because they cause cavities? You certainly wouldn’t be wrong. If you said eating a … Continue reading

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Nutrition: Do Vegans and Vegetarians Live Longer

I know and work with people who ascribe to all different diets for various reasons. I don’t particularly like to use labels because I think diet should be fluid and change as the needs in life arise. I don’t consider … Continue reading

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