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Easy Exercises You Can Do Anywhere

September 25, 2018

Life’s busy and it’s often hard to find time to work out and exercise. It’s recommended getting 30-60 minutes of exercise daily in order to maintain and lose weight. Not everyone has time to hit the gym every day or spend an hour there. We know you’re busy, so we’ve taken away the hassle and…

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Water and Weight Loss – What’s the Connection?

September 20, 2018

Many people suggest drinking water to help lose weight. It almost sounds too good to be true. However, it’s not only true but greatly beneficial to drink water to help to fuel your weight loss goals. Drinking water helps to boost your metabolism, clean your body of waste, and can even help decrease appetite. Why…

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6 Ways Naltrexone-Based Medication Helps You Lose Weight

September 18, 2018

The Power of Weight-Loss Supplements In a world of fast food, post-work desserts, and celebratory feasts, dieting can be hard. We’ve taught ourselves that food is a reward, something to be celebrated, and it’s all too easy to access. But grabbing fast food and indulging in sweets, while temporarily satisfying, doesn’t help us in our…

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Lose Weight with the Help of a Dog

September 13, 2018

A Beneficial Relationship Both dogs and humans need to walk, and it’s beneficial for canines and their companions to accompany each other on strolls around the block. Aside from offering constant love and affection, dogs are great motivators – for exercise, that is. Studies around the world show dog owners are more likely to go…

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Don’t Let Summer Vacation Mess with Your Weight-Loss Goals

September 10, 2018

Summer is the ultimate time to show off your bikini body. Most people either jump into this season eager to show off or, like most people, realize they still have work to do to perfect their bikini bod. However, just because school’s out and the temperature’s rising doesn’t mean your weight loss goals can go…

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Top 3 Tips for Eating Healthy on the Go

September 6, 2018

Life can be busy. Things are always happening and time doesn’t slow down just because you’re trying to eat healthier. We all have places to be and things to do. If you take a few minutes before the wild week begins to pack healthy food options, you’ll alleviate stress by having a solid plan in…

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Why Lifting Weights Is Smart for Your Health

September 4, 2018

Strength training Is More Effective for Weight Loss We all want to know how to do it – lose weight quickly, that is. General knowledge has us believe if we try harder and run the extra mile (or five miles three times a week), we’ll happily reach our fitness goals in no time. Sadly, this…

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Nut Butter for Weight Loss

Is Almond Butter Healthier than Peanut Butter?

August 28, 2018

Nut butters are all the rage, but how do you know which is the best choice? Almond and peanut butters lead the pack in terms of popularity – and there is a growing interest in which nut better is best for weight loss. We’ll look at the health benefits of each to help you decide…

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Sedentary Life and Heart Disease

Sitting After Work Raises Risk of Heart Disease

August 22, 2018

It’s hardly breaking news to say that sedentary behavior (i.e., spending too much time inactive and sitting or lying down) is bad for your health. It increases the likelihood of numerous health risks, and the more time you spend sedentary every day means the greater those risks become. Unfortunately, many people don’t realize how inactive…

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Continuity of Care and Weight Loss

How to Improve Weight Loss with Continuity of Care

August 17, 2018

All too often, people try to figure out how to handle or maintain their weight loss on their own. They don’t necessarily try talking to their general practitioner, or when they do, it’s sporadically. They might see separate people at different points in their journey in order to address different issues: a nutritionist here, a…

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