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E-P-T 2h
5: Stick to the 70% veggies / 30% other healthy choices rule.
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Dr. Z. Nov 15
25: Pack the snacks to always have healthy options.
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WellBeingMD 3h
3: Eat calories - don’t drink them. Stick with water!
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Joan Mershon 56m
Cook dinner at home. Open the cookbook & cut calories by making tasty food.
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NorthShore 5h
With already in the forecast it has some of us thinking about the winter ahead. If you’re not used to outside in winter, shares safety tips to keep you warm and safe:
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HaleMind Nov 10
Passion fruit keeps your skin hydrated & glowing
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Trisha.Lifestyle-Trish Nov 14
Stay hydrated at work! Finish a bottle of water before lunch EVERY DAY.
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Jackie Zarkower 7h
12: Opt for with skim milk or hot water + skip the whip.
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Rio Nectar Nov 9
Minimize your weeknight work by peeling, chopping 🔪 and portioning vegetables 🥕 on the weekend. Mason jar salads 🥗 are a great option for a quick and healthy lunch which you can prepare several days in advance.
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Kimberly VanGorder 2h
Get more sleep & give your body the materials it needs:
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Vereen Center 6h
Basketball season is coming up quick! Here are the most common basketball injuries and prevention tips:
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Pam Miller 22h
7: Pace yourself. CHEW. YOUR. FOOD!
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Pam Miller Nov 14
6: Say no to olive oil, butter, dressings, and gravy.
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Lucy 23h
Drink sparkling water instead of soft drinks for a refreshing kick without the unhealthy fructose.
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Dr. Z. 8h
26: Show off your culinary skills with a creative and healthy appetizer.
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E-P-T Nov 15
4: Get creative with a holiday exercise routine with the family!
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Reclaim Your Balance 5h
: Are you constantly ? Fuel your body with energizing foods like fresh fruits.
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Janice M Neigum 2h
"If you don't take care of your body... where will you live?"
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Trueheart Chiro Nov 14
14: A proper serving of meat is 3oz (the size of a deck of cards).
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Andrea Mather-Stow 2h
Try to make sure you are eating right throughout the week.
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