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Archive for September 2010

Tip 69- Gas Got You Down?

I had a client who got bloated and gassy every time he ate lunch at his company’s cafeteria. My first thought was probably what you’re thinking, “Eat somewhere else for lunch!” But after asking him a few questions, he told me that he drank 2 water bottles […]

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The HealthStyle File- Foods To Keep Out Of Your Kitchen!

Many of us go on auto-pilot when we go to the super market. I often go to the market after a long workday, and I find myself buying the same foods every week. The best way to cure this is to have a list and plan on […]

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The HealthStyle File- Lunch Time Rocket Fuel

WHAT: You slept late and skipped breakfast. Now it’s time for lunch and you are ravenous. What can you eat that will boost your energy and won’t slow you down for the rest of the day? WHY: Overeating at lunch, and eating the wrong foods, will set […]

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Tip 68- Lunch in the bathroom is safer than lunch at your desk!

I had a hard time believing this news. According to Dr Charles Gerba, aka, “Dr. Germ,” you’re safer eating your lunch off a toilet seat than the average office desk. Yuck.   Here’s the deal: the bathrooms get cleaned regularly, most people don’t clean their office desk […]

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The HealthStyle File- Living In Stressful Times

Everyone experiences stress.  Some stress is good for us, as it will compel us to get more projects done at work or home.  But in times such as these, stress is at an all time high and our bodies and minds don’t respond quite the same.  Some […]

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The HealthStyle File- Benefits of Laughter

Children laugh almost three hundred times per day. The average American adult laughs about twenty times per day. Ok, so getting older isn’t fun, but does that mean we have to stop laughing? People who laugh a lot (more often than 20 times per day) have better […]

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Tip 67- Can You Hear Me Now?

I’ve never been one to crank up the music; loud music has always rubbed me the wrong way. While that was a bit nerdy as a teen, I’m sure grateful for it now! While many of my friends now respond to questions by saying, “Huh?” I still […]

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The HealthStyle File- Benefits of Tea

Green Tea: The most highly consumed beverage in the world is water. The second is tea. Tea is full of health-produc­ing, disease-reducing, and anti-aging antioxidants. The Chinese have known about the health benefits of green tea since ancient times, using it to treat ail­ments such as headaches, […]

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The HealthStyle File- The Anti-Cancer Diet

Diet and lifestyle guide for cancer prevention: Green tea. Some scientists believe that a chemical in green tea called EGCG could be one of the most powerful anticancer compounds ever discovered. Berries, all types. Organic is best because it is difficult to wash the pesticides from the […]

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Tip 66- Are Those Calories Worth It?

A girlfriend asked me to train with her for a race. I have to admit that every mile has been a huge challenge. After a run, I gleefully calculate how many calories I burned in the effort! For the first time in a long while, I’m thinking […]

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