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Don’t Give Up on Your Fitness Tracker. . . Tips for Heart Health and Weight Loss

By |February 27th, 2017|Blog|

Let’s not beat around the bush, the simple act of owning a fitness tracker is not going to automatically improve your heart health and weight loss goals. However, research shows that if you have some of the basic 16 desires for heart health and weight loss, you may be closer to achieving your goals. 16 [...]

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Alternative Medicine Practices for Healthy Aging

By |September 13th, 2016|Blog|

Aging can be a wonderful time of growth, grace and gratitude. To make the most of these years, take good care of yourself, starting with your heart. Here are some proven alternative medicine practices that will help you feel great and age well. Read more about these healthy aging practices in Dr. Cynthia Thaik’s book [...]

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Super Foods For Maximum Health and Energy

By |August 5th, 2014|nutrition services|

Super Foods Have you ever wished there was something that could make you look younger, give you more energy, and make you healthier and fitter? Many companies claim that they have miracle pills or formulas that can do exactly that, but you can never be quite sure if the product they are selling is safe [...]

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New Study Finds Eating More Animal Products and Unhealthful Foods Leads to Worse Aging

By |April 24th, 2013|Wellness Services|

Can your diet in midlife predict your risk of disease and worsen future aging? A Whitehall II study, published in the American Journal of Medicine, conducted in London analyzed data gathered from 5,350 adult participants’ dietary patterns to assess risk of disease. After a mean 16-year follow-up using scored dietary patterns and the Alternative Healthy Eating Index (AHEI), the study revealed that adults with better AHEI scores had better overall health outcome as they aged. […]

Are you being pranked by “healthy” foods?

By |April 12th, 2013|Wellness Services|

Don’t let these seemingly healthy foods mislead you. By Brenda Morales Clearly we are not fooled by all the sugar, bad fats, additives, and preservatives in obvious junk food items such as cookies, cakes, ice cream, potato chips, and candies. But what about your “healthy” granola bars, fruit and nut bars, trail mix, fat-free yogurts, fruit smoothies, sports drinks, and diet sodas? […]