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    Hypnosis And Weight Loss

    By: jonrhodesuk - January 16, 2009

    Imagine being able to sit back, relax and allow your mind to drift off into a dreamy trance of wonderful colours and images, soothing and calming thoughts swirling through your mind. You wake up feeling calm and refreshed only to find that you are down...

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    To Detox Or Not To Detox?

    By: proctor - January 15, 2009



    Save yourself the hassle and money and misery of a commercial detox product or plan. Some things never change, like good advice. Eating nutritious foods, exercising, and sleeping enough will do more for your body than any "detox" programs or products can...

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    Three Big Weight Loss No No's

    By: sequoiahealth - January 14, 2009

    Please click Newsletter to read the article on Sequoia Health's website or scroll down and get three great tips on how to get on track with healthy eating.

    Focus on Your Food
    You may have wondered "where did all of those extra pounds come from"
    after...

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    Pull Ups/Chin Ups: Unit of Measure, or Workout?

    By: annbarr - January 13, 2009

    Pull Up Theory

    Many people have a Love/Hate relationship with pull-ups; they can impress your friends, or leave you humbled under the bar. Most people will agree that pull ups/chin ups are an adequate way to measure your chest, arm, grip, and back...

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    Monday thru Friday Snacks to Beat Hunger and Weight Gain

    By: proctor - January 6, 2009

    When hunger strikes, it is easy to reach for packaged, sugary or salty, low-nutrition snacks. Instead, plan on having a snack between breakfast and lunch, and one between lunch and dinner. This will prevent nibbling while cooking from being so hungry that...

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    Have You Thought About Your Sodium Lately?

    By: proctor - January 4, 2009



    As my sister and husband prepare to train for their first Ironman this summer in Louisville, I have been doing some research on nutrition for endurance athletes. Whether or not you are "curb crew" like me or are training for hours at a time, this may be...

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    Top 10 Tips for Starting (and Keeping) A Healthy Year

    By: proctor - January 1, 2009

    In order to make new habits and keep them, you need to give yourself about three weeks to get used to them. So, by the end of January, you can feel almost automatic about some new, healthy habits. Listed below are ten tips to make your body and mind feel...

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    More About Stretching

    By: proctor - November 9, 2008



    If you are a walker, runner, swimmer, yogi, ball player, or ANYTHING in between...read this stretching article from the NY Times. It includes up-to-date research that we all need to hear to keep our body performing at their best: "The old presumption that...

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    Exercise Each Week?

    By: proctor - October 9, 2008

    Yahoo! News posted an article about the new government guidelines for exercise. You busy people out there will be pleasantly surprised-they recommend only 2.5 hours of exercise per week in order to maintain a healthy body. Here is the link to the Yahoo!...

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    Too much sugar?

    By: proctor - September 15, 2008

    Phillip Kaplan's "Be Better" Series has interesting tips for letting go of your sugar habit. Click here to read the sugar article and add a little sweetness to your life by getting rid of excess sugar and living a little bit healthier of a life.

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