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Talk It Out – Page 4 – Get Into Fitness Today!
    • SEPTEMBER 24, 2014
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    Your way to fit

    If you are on a journey to lose weight, you probably realize that you need to be more active. Maybe you had a routine, but it got old or it no longer fits into your schedule. Or maybe you just like to switch it up a bit – we do after all have more than

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    • SEPTEMBER 19, 2013
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    You vs. Cravings

    You win if you get enough sleep, and don’t get too stressed, bored or hungry. read more Have you struggled with food cravings? Do you have tips to share? 

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    • JANUARY 16, 2015
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    Work Your Workout into Your Lunch Break

    Okay, I know we’re all busy. Many of us just can’t seem to find the time before or after work to fit in the physical activity time we need. So what can we do?!! Well, I found a great list of ideas for those of us that have a lunch break and want to stay

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    • MARCH 28, 2014
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    What’s an empty calorie?

    Many of us have heard that weight loss and maintenance is about a balance between calories in (those we eat) and calories out (those we burn by being active). So when we hear the term empty calorie, we may wonder what exactly does that mean? Empty Calories are calories from solid fats and added sugars in

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    • FEBRUARY 6, 2014
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    What’s Your Breakfast?

    What’s Your Breakfast?

    Do you start your day with breakfast? People who skip breakfast often weigh more. Eating a nutrient-dense breakfast may help you lose weight and keep it off. 

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    • JANUARY 3, 2018
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    Veggie Creativity

    Carrots, broccoli, spinach, kale, sweet potatoes, mushrooms… the list goes on and on.

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    • OCTOBER 22, 2015
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    Tips for Healthful Holidays

    On average, an individual will gain an extra 2 lbs. during the holiday season. These tips can help you have a healthful holiday season. Don’t Gobble ‘til you Wobble…do the “Turkey Trot” Often times around the holidays we build our social events around eating. We sit and take in more food in one meal than we normally would. For

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    • APRIL 11, 2014
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    Tipping the Scale, in the right direction

    Many of us may know the basics of the weight equation – balance calories consumed and calories burned through being physically active in the direction we want our weight to go. Weight Loss = More Calories Burned than Consumed (or Less Calories Consumed than Burned) Weight Maintenance = Equal Calories Burned and Consumed Weight Gain

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    • JUNE 27, 2014
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    There is no MAGIC BULLET: No Single Food Will Ensure Health or Weight Loss

    Nutrition is defined as the intake of food, considered in relation to the body’s dietary needs. Good Nutrition then is an adequate, well balanced diet combined with regular physical activity (a cornerstone of health).            – The World Health Organization There are so many factors that go into our health and weight beyond just food.

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    • APRIL 3, 2014
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    The Right Portion Size for the Right Body Size

    Does squeezing into your workout clothes feel like a workout in and of itself? Before give up all together or swear off eating everything but baby carrots, consider this: The culprit behind weight gain may not be what you’re eating, but how much. If, on a daily basis, you eat just 100 extra calories over

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    • NOVEMBER 23, 2016
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    Thanksgiving – Tips and Traditions

    Have you ever noticed that everyone has the “perfect” way to make Thanksgiving turkey? Some people use an oven bag and baste the turkey, others cover the bird in cheese cloth, some people grill their turkeys, others may use tin foil to lock in the juices, but have you ever heard…

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    • JULY 29, 2013
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    Success Maintained

    There is nothing like before and after pictures to help get us and keep us motivated. 

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    • DECEMBER 5, 2018
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    Stress and Overeating Go Hand and Hand with the Holidays

    What can you do to manage your stress and get through the holidays without gaining those extra unwanted pounds?

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    • AUGUST 28, 2014
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    Stay on Track This Labor Day

    Labor Day weekend the unofficial end of summer and an extra day to celebrate. Many of us want to enjoy this time, but celebrations like this often come with tons of unhealthy food and lots of drinks. But you don’t have to let a holiday weekend throw you off track! Yes, this weekend many of

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    • MAY 15, 2017
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    Stay Active While Avoiding the Summer Heat

    One of the biggest barriers to physical activity and exercise are the outside weather conditions.

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    • MARCH 31, 2019
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    Spring Clean Your Diet

    It was a long winter, and now’s the perfect time for spring cleaning—your eating habits!

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    • DECEMBER 16, 2014
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    Should You “Diet”?

    As we get closer and closer to the New Year many of us are starting to consider our New Year’s Resolutions. Undoubtedly, many of us will choose a weight related resolution. However, have you ever stopped to think that maybe as we continue to set the same resolutions year after year that our ideas about

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    • AUGUST 14, 2014
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    Rewind the Future

     Although to some this video may seem harsh, it does highlight how the habits we form can impact our future. Do you have some not so healthy habits? Most of us do, but realizing and admitting it to ourselves is the first step to change. And when you’re ready to take the challenge to a

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    • DECEMBER 16, 2014
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    Reviewing Portions

    We are all aware that the holiday season means somewhere, at some time there will be plenty of food that we are going to eat. Some of us will fully enjoy every bite, only to feel guilty that we did later. Others will avoid it all like the plague, to later feel denied and missing

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    • DECEMBER 26, 2013
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    Ready to Tone Your Core?

    After a few months of the Holiday season bringing us sweet treats, big meals, added stress and limited time devoted to being active – maybe it’s time for a new work out to get us back on track? Try this core work-out from Jennifer Cohen with Health.com: 1.Reverse Lunge With Front Kick on Step Start

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    • MARCH 16, 2020
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    Nourish Your Skin

    You have probably heard the common expression, “You are what you eat.” But have you ever stopped to think about how the foods you consume affect your body’s largest organ?

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    • APRIL 21, 2020
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    New Series: Tips for Managing Our Mental, Emotional, and Spiritual Selves

    In our new series you will find expert tips to help you learn how to cope during this challenging time with dignity, strength, and courage.

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    • APRIL 30, 2014
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    MOVING for Success

    Earlier this month I posted about Tipping the Scales, in the right direction. In the post, I discussed the weight equation and where to start to if you are looking to lose weight. I highlighted physical activity and how much is recommended – there were even a few suggestions. Unless you have been stuck in

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    • JUNE 20, 2014
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    Move

    Our bodies were made to MOVE, in fact, we have approximately 206 bones and 640 muscles all perfectly designed to help us move. On top of that research has shown that frequent moderate- to vigorous-intensity activity plays a big role in prevention of cardiovascular disease, type 2 diabetes, some cancers and obesity. The current recommendation

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    • DECEMBER 6, 2019
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    Mix It Up With Fruits and Veggies!

    We’ve all heard some of the wonderful ways that fruits and vegetables can help us! One fun way to bump up our intake is to add in produce we don’t usually reach for at the store.

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    • JANUARY 6, 2014
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    Love What You Eat

    I think it is fair to say most of us want to LOVE the food we eat, which is why I felt sharing this article by Michelle May, MD for the Obesity Action Coalition could be helpful for a few of us. Love What You Eat: How Mindful Eating Helps Break Your Eat-Repent-Repeat Cycle Most of

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    • JULY 15, 2019
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    Keeping It Cool During An Active Summer

    Here are some ideas to meet your physical activity needs while beating the heat!

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    • MAY 12, 2020
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    It’s Watermelon Time!

    Many people have fond memories of enjoying a slice of icy cold watermelon on a hot summer’s day. Luckily here in Florida, the peak of watermelon season is now!

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    • OCTOBER 3, 2014
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    It’s Pumpkin Season

                        Fall is officially here; which for many means its pumpkin season. From a nutrition stand point, pumpkin is a powerhouse of dietary fiber, anti-oxidants, minerals and vitamins.  From the taste side, can I get a “yum!” Especially since most food items that have had a

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    • SEPTEMBER 4, 2014
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    How to Burn Out

    This article’s title made me laugh. Do we really need a guide on how to wear out our initial desire and motivation to be physically active? No, not really. However, this article written by Registered Sports Dietitian and Strength and Conditioning Coach, Justin Robinson, gives you easy steps to avoid the most common pitfalls. Wing

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    • JANUARY 31, 2014
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    How Are Your Resolutions Going?

    As we wrap up the first month of the year, now is a good time to reflect on your New Year’s Resolutions to get healthier. Hopefully, no one has given up yet because we just got started! So, how are you doing? Has it been smooth sailing or are you struggling to stick with it?

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    • NOVEMBER 17, 2016
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    Holiday Parties and Get-togethers

    It’s that time of year again– time for family and friends, get-togethers, and treating ourselves to foods we look forward to this time of year! Here are a few tips to have a great holiday season…

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    • MAY 16, 2014
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    Have you hit a weight loss plateau?

    It can happen. So you’ve made some great lifestyle changes and you have been making good progress. Hooray! Then suddenly, even though you are still making healthy food choices and being active, your weight loss slows to a crawl or maybe stops altogether.  You’ve reached a plateau, but with a few simple changes you can

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    • FEBRUARY 14, 2014
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    Happy Valentine’s Day

    Happy Valentine’s Day

    It’s Valentine’s Day, but that doesn’t mean you can’t give yourself or someone you love the gift of health. The best part about a gift like this is that keeps giving all year long! However you choose to celebrate this special day, consider adding some of these healthy ideas.

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    • JANUARY 5, 2015
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    Happy New Year!

    Congratulations, you have survived the holidays with all of their parties, vacations, and family time. And now you are geared up to tackle this year’s resolutions! However, allow me to share a little wisdom with you – take it slow. If you are like the majority of us, you have been in holiday mode since

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    • OCTOBER 17, 2014
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    Happy and Healthy Holidays – Part 1 Halloween

    The air is a little cooler and the candy isle is again filled with tons of spooky treats, which means it is almost Halloween! For many this is a season to look forward to. However, if you are trying to lose weight and live a healthier lifestyle, this time of year may be less than

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    • SEPTEMBER 4, 2019
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    Fruit & Veggies – More Matters Month

    Here are some tips on how to eat more fruits and vegetables without making big changes to your usual diet.

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    • JANUARY 25, 2017
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    Food Safety Resolution

    The new year is start of good health and new changes. Many people make their resolutions on health goals relating to fitness, instead we can think about our goals as food safety.

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    • DECEMBER 21, 2016
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    Food for Thought

    A wise physician once said that anything that can go between two pieces of bread can also go into a bowl.  Sandwiches are great, however, people tend to pile on the condiments and eat a ton of bread (which usually isn’t a whole grain).  This is not to say that bread and carbohydrates are bad,

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    • JANUARY 14, 2019
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    Eat This, Not That (Sodium Edition)

    Have you considered how much sodium is already in your food before it gets to the table? Here are some tips to reduce the amount of sodium in your diet…

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    • OCTOBER 9, 2014
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    Dealing with Slips

    When it comes to making lifestyle changes, slipping – or not following your plans – is bound to happen. However, it is important to remember that slips are a normal part of making changes. Just like it is normal for a baby learning to walk to fall from time to time, anyone that sets out

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    • AUGUST 20, 2018
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    Benefits of Strength Training

    Strength training is an important part of an overall fitness program. Check out this article to learn how you can get started!

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    • NOVEMBER 24, 2014
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    Being Active as a Family

    Parents, Grandparents and Caregivers; whether you like it or not, you are a role model for the younger generation. While it is important to assure your children have an education, it is also necessary to teach them healthy habits. As role models, everything we do is watched. Learning ways to eat healthier and be more

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    • JUNE 28, 2017
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    Beginner’s Guide to Running

    Did you know that running is a great way to get in shape? It’s easy and requires minimal equipment. But before you get started, check out these helpful tips…

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    • JUNE 13, 2014
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    Artificial Sweeteners – To use or Not to use?

    Recently I received a great question that many of you may also be questioning. So I figured why not share it with you! Question: Are sugar substitutes really ok to use to cut calories and sugar intake, and what about diet sodas are they ok? All of the information I’m hearing makes it sound as if they are almost

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    • JULY 3, 2013
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    Ana’s Testimonial

    Ana’s Testimonial

    For my 45th birthday, my son wanted to buy me a dress. We went shopping and I loved the clothes and style in every store we entered, but they did not have plus sizes or the style did not fit me or look good and it was depressing. When we finally found a dress my

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    • NOVEMBER 16, 2018
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    All About Pumpkin

    In addition to tasting great, pumpkin has many surprising health benefits as well!

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    • NOVEMBER 27, 2013
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    ‘Tis the Season

    The holidays often add challenges to our best efforts. As hard as we have worked throughout the rest of the year to keep on track, we are now faced with travel, parties, big meals, special snacks at work and drinking. All of which tend to create an environment that simply does not support our healthy

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