Archive for February, 2014

Nutrition Tips For The Elderly

Nutrition Tips For The Elderly

Healthy eating and nutrition for the elderly is greatly impacted by several factors, one of them being a change in body composition. During the later years in life, the body will lose bone and muscle and gain fat because the hormones aren’t very active anymore. There are many factors which hinder an elderly person’s health. […]

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Eating Healthy On A Budget

Eating Healthy On A Budget

If you have problems serving healthy foods because of the prices, you’ll find these tips to be just what you need to eat healthy on a budget. 1. Eliminate junk food Doing your shopping on your own is the easiest way to shop, as children and sometimes spouses are usually the ones requesting junk food. […]

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Changing How You Eat

Changing How You Eat

As you may know, not fueling up with the right nutrients can affect how well your body performs and your overall fitness benefits. Even though healthy eating is important, there are myths that hinder your performance if you listen to them. Below, you’ll find some myth busters on healthy eating. 1. Working out on an […]

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Eating Healthy On The Run

Eating Healthy On The Run

Whether your traveling on the go or around the home, you don’t need to give up healthy eating simply because you are on the run. The fact is, healthy eating is even more important when your trying to keep up with a busy schedule. Having a good diet will help your body to handle stress […]

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Tips For Healthy Holiday Eating

Tips For Healthy Holiday Eating

When the holidays arrive, many people forget all about their diets and healthy eating. Weight gains of 7 – 10 pounds are common between Halloween and Christmas. To make the holidays easier, these tips will help you with healthy eating through the season and not gaining weight. Most traditional foods can be made low fat. […]

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Eat More Veggies. Eat More Fruit. Get Healthy–Really?

Eat More Veggies. Eat More Fruit. Get Healthy–Really?

It is usually common to see scientific studies on how your health can be improved by using certain kinds of supplement(s) of vitamins and minerals, it is not always the case. How true? You may ask yourself or google how many times you see a study–any study–on a particular fruit or vegetable that comes out […]

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Healthy Eating

Healthy Eating

Healthy eating is difficult to achieve because we have so many health factors to consider and food choices to make. We know antioxidants are good for us so we want to eat lots of colorful fruits and vegetables because they contain phytochemicals like carotenoids and flavonoids which neutralize the free radicals that cause the age-related […]

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A Practical Approach To Healthy Eating

A Practical Approach To Healthy Eating

I have been doing push-ups five days a week for over 25 years. My arms are pretty strong but it did not happen overnight. I did not do push-ups for a couple weeks or months and then stopped. I had to make push-ups a habit if I wanted to continuously get the results I have. […]

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Healthy Eating For Life

Healthy Eating For Life

We have all heard and read probably a thousand times about the importance of healthy eating. We have been encouraged time and time again to trade fast food meals for meals full of fruits and vegetables. For most of us, healthy eating is a matter of changing the habits we have carried for years. How […]

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Healthy Food Choices When Eating At A Restaurant

Healthy Food Choices When Eating At A Restaurant

With our increasingly busy lifestyle many families are choosing to eat out more often. While it may be rather expensive, for some it is the only logical choice. However, if you’re trying to watch your weight, it can be difficult making the right food selections while eating out at restaurants! This is a simple guide […]

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