Tag Archives: lifestyle

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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How Creativity Improves Health

Drawing or painting; doing arts and crafts; cross-stitch or needlepoint; dancing; singing; playing an instrument – do these activities have any impact on your health? You bet they do! Probably more than you even realize. Maybe, like me, you have … Continue reading

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Health: Catching or Developing?

There’s a big difference between a cold and cancer. No one would dispute that I’m sure. But have you ever thought about the difference between “catching” something like a cold, the flu or some other contagious virus and “developing” something … Continue reading

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Healthy New Year: 7 Habits of Healthy People

As we approach the end of 2014 and look forward to a brand new year, I wanted to first of all wish everyone who take the time to read my posts a truly blessed and healthy new year. I hope … Continue reading

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Health: Addicted…to Bad Habits?

“The rate of obesity in the U.S. has more than doubled since the 1970s; two-thirds of U.S. adults are overweight or obese; research also shows that the heaviest Americans have become even heavier the past decade; 31.8% of children and … Continue reading

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Health and Lifestyle: It Pays to Get Specific

“About 800,000 Americans die from cardiovascular disease annually. A quarter of these deaths could be prevented through simple lifestyle changes such as maintaining a healthy weight, exercising, and managing your diabetes.” That statistic and the recommendation for preventing that outcome … Continue reading

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Health: You Have More Power Than You Think

“There’s a whole other side to health and that begins with the individual and one’s health philosophy, which starts in the mind. A new, proactive perspective on health, rooted in nutrition utilization, can bring copious amounts of joy, energy, and … Continue reading

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