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  • Simple Tips for Younger-Looking Skin

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    Do you long for that healthy glow of youth? It’s never too late to erase the visible signs of aging. Turn back the clock, and prevent future damage with these simple tips.

    Wash the Day Away

    According to dermatologists, the most important time to wash your face is right before bed. Neglecting to wash away the layer of dirt, bacteria and makeup that accumulated on your skin throughout the day can irritate your complexion, clog pores, and lead to breakouts. Suds up at bedtime, using a gentle face wash, to eliminate grime and leave your skin clean and refreshed. If your skin is oily, repeat the process in the morning. Oil production often drops in your 40s, so if you suffer from dry skin, just splash your face with lukewarm water when you wake up.

    Slather on the Sunscreen

    For younger-looking skin, it is important to use a daily sunscreen year-round—and especially in the warmer months when you will be spending more time outdoors. Aging UVA rays can damage your skin in as little as ten minutes. After spending just a few short weeks outside enjoying the weather, you will be left with wrinkles and sunspots. Hydrate your skin every day with a moisturizer that contains a built-in SPF of at least 30, and choose broad-spectrum products that block both UVA and UVB rays.

    Stop Stressing

    Constant anxiety can make you look years older! The stress hormone cortisol causes inflammation that breaks down collagen, vital for giving skin elasticity, plumpness and strength. Stress can also cause facial redness, rosacea, and acne flare-ups.

    Healthy Diet, Healthy Skin

    Essential fatty acids in foods like salmon, almonds, walnuts, and flaxseed help keep skin firm and supple. To ease inflammation, eat foods rich in antioxidants, like berries, apples, and plums. Low-fat dairy is high in vitamin A, one of the most important nutrients for healthy skin. Studies have shown selenium can help reverse sun damage, and may even decrease the risk of certain cancers. Whole-wheat bread, muffins, and cereals; turkey, tuna and brazil nuts are all high in selenium. The polyphenols in green tea have anti-inflammatory properties that protect the skin.

    Get Regular Exercise

    Studies have shown women who work out on a regular basis have firmer skin than those who do not exercise. That’s because exercise floods the skin with the nutrients and oxygen necessary for collagen production. Strive for at least three 30-minute periods of heart-pumping physical activity to keep skin toned and youthful.

    Try Polypodium Leucotomos

    Polypodium Leucotomos extract comes from a tropical fern plant grown in Central and South America, and has been used for centuries to treat skin and inflammatory disorders like psoriasis. And now Polypodium Leucotomos can be found in an easy-to-take pill at Recent studies show promising results, calling Polypodium Leucotomos “sunscreen in pill form.” This antioxidant rich formula may help to prevent skin aging and decrease the risk of cancer from UV radiation. To find out more about this amazing new supplement, visit today!




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  • Ways to Save at the Grocery Store

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    Couponing is a huge craze right now and for good reason. But it’s hard to find the time and massive organizational skills necessary to keep up with all that clipping and searching. Here are some easy tips to keep things simple, eat healthy, and save time—and money—at the grocery store!

    Shop at Off-Hours

    Go to the store first thing in the morning or when other people are getting ready for bed. Many stores are open 24-hours, or at least when the sun comes up until late at night. Stores are fairly empty of people at these times, and you won’t have the distraction of noise and announcements, or crowded aisles and lines. Without all the chaos, you can focus on what you really need, and get in and out quickly and hassle-free. Plus, you won’t have to wait in a long line, and if you do have coupons, you won’t cause any delays behind you.

    Ditch the Routine

    Take notice of your shopping habits. Do you hit the produce aisle first, and frozen foods last? Do you spend a lot of time in the snack aisle? Do you grab things off of the end caps as you go by because they catch your eye? Take notice of the bad habits that cost you time and money on products you really don’t need, and be more mindful of ways to simplify the shopping process. Organize your list according to store placement, and try not to stray from the items you need. But also pay attention to sale items that will save you money and be a necessity down the road. You may not need those cans of kidney beans that are half-price this week, but your family loves chili so you will eventually.

    Buy Generic

    There is often little difference between name-brand and store-brand items. According to Consumer Reports, store-brand goods are usually just as tasty and perform just as well as their more expensive, leading brand counterparts. In fact, many big name companies actually produce and package generic versions of their products specifically for grocery stores, saving you big bucks.

    Watch the Weekly Specials

    Glancing through your grocery store’s weekly ad is always a smart idea, whether you are in the store or on their website. You can get great deals on meat and produce—even organic— that you would not know about otherwise. Knowing what’s on special will help you plan accordingly for healthy meals during the week, that won’t break the bank.

    Have a Healthy Snack First

    It’s never a good idea to shop for food when you’re hungry. Have a healthy snack first and avoid temptation! Your best choices are snacks that contain both fiber and protein, to fill you up and give you the energy you need to face the task at hand.

    So don’t stress about your next trip to the grocery store. When you are too busy to clip, there are still ways to save. Keep it simple and follow these rules to save time, save money, and save your sanity!





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  • Crazy for Cranberries

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    Most of us think of cranberries just in the fall, but did you know now is the perfect time to enjoy the tart taste and amazing health benefits of this unique super food? The cranberry growing season starts in April and extends through November. They are grown throughout the Northern United States, on low-lying vines, in wetland beds known as a bog or marsh, with just the right combination of soils and fresh water. When the fruit is ripe, the bog or marsh is flooded, allowing the floating berries to be more easily harvested. And that is just one of the reasons this little red fruit is so special! Read on to find out why we’re crazy for cranberries year-round!

    • One half cup of cranberries is only 25 calories!

    • Cranberries have more disease-fighting antioxidants than nearly every other fruit and vegetable! Only blueberries have more.

    • Cranberries are high in immunity-boosting vitamin C, which stops the damage caused by free radicals, and boosts the body's resistance against sickness.

    • Studies show the phytonutrients in cranberries may inhibit the spread of cancer cells throughout the body.

    • Cranberries may decrease the risk of cardiovascular disease by lowering “bad” LDL cholesterol, inhibiting LDL oxidation and stopping the progression of coronary artery disease, lowering blood pressure, and inhibiting the formation of blood clots.

    • Cranberries are rich in fiber, for a healthy digestive system. A high-fiber diet is associated with a decreased risk of developing coronary heart disease, stroke, hypertension, diabetes, obesity, and certain gastrointestinal diseases.

    • Cranberries and cranberry juice can help protect against stomach ulcers, by stopping the bacteria H. pylori from adhering to the wall of the stomach.

    • Cranberries and cranberry juice have long been used to help prevent and treat urinary tract infections (UTI), especially for women with recurrent UTIs. Cranberry juice inhibits bacteria from adhering to the cells that line the bladder. 

    Ways to Incorporate Cranberries into your Diet

    • Toss dried cranberries into salads, Greek yogurt, or on top of your morning cereal.

    • Drink 100% cranberry juice. If you find it too tart, opt for 100% fruit juice blends that contain cranberries.

    •  Sneak cranberries into baked goods like oatmeal cookies, and fiber-rich muffins.

    • Pair cranberries with pork or poultry dishes to add flavor and extra nutrition.

    • Portion out a serving of dried cranberries for a satisfying afternoon snack.

    More Crazy Cranberry Facts

    • Cranberries are composed of almost 90% water.

    • A gallon of cranberry juice contains around 3,333 cranberries!

    • Because of their high vitamin C content, sailors once carried cranberries aboard their ships to prevent scurvy.

    • Cranberries are filled with air pockets, which allow them to bounce. Rotten berries will not bounce, so you can test to see if a cranberry is fresh by bouncing it like a ball! The air pocket also allows the cranberries to float in water.




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  • Tea: The Hot New Health Trend

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    In the past it has been difficult for tea drinkers to find their favorite beverage on menus. In recent years this has changed greatly, due to the increase in awareness that tea is healthy. In fact, both black and green tea possess health benefits that have given coffee a backseat to this caffeinated beverage. Read on to find out what benefits tea can provide.

    Antioxidant Power

    The term antioxidant has come to the forefront of health conscientious people in recent years. This is because antioxidants provide many benefits to your health, including disease prevention, stress reduction, and prevention of degenerative age-related conditions, to name a few. Although many people believe that the only place to get antioxidants is from fruits and vegetables, make room in your day for a cup of hot tea. One study has found that both black and green tea leaves contain more than 10 times the amount of antioxidants you can receive from vegetables and fruits. What's even better, tea is relatively inexpensive, delicious, and adds zero calories to your diet if you drink it unsweetened.

    Other Benefits

    Surprisingly, tea provides more than antioxidants, and can be beneficial to other aspects of your overall health. For instance, tea naturally contains fluoride as well as catechins and polyphenols, all of which are excellent options for preventing tooth decay, gum disease, and bad breath. In addition, regular consumption of tea has been associated with a decreased risk of developing osteoporosis, cancer, heart disease, and stroke.

    Although these are amazing perks, what most people enjoy about tea is the weight loss benefit. Tea contains catechins, as you learned earlier, and these create heat production in your body known as thermogenesis. Thermogenesis is the process by which the body burns calories. In addition, the catechins help prolong the duration of thermogenesis, which increases your body's ability to burn calories for a longer period of time. There have been studies that have proven that green tea, and black tea, can actually reduce the circumference of your waist in as little as three months.

    There are a few things you need to understand, however. Research has found that the caffeinated version provides more benefits than decaffeinated tea, and brewed tea is more beneficial than instant tea. It does not matter if you are using a tea bag or real tea leaves. You will receive the same benefits, but remember to brew for at least three minutes, and drink promptly, as the benefits continue to dissipate as the tea cools down. Just remember, it is important to talk to your doctor about whether caffeine is safe for you, especially if you are taking other medications.






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  • Amazing Apple Cider Vinegar

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    Vinegar has long been used as a natural remedy, and in recent years, apple cider vinegar has been singled out for its amazing health benefits. Find out why!

    • Soothe a Sore, Scratchy Throat: Apple cider vinegar contains acetic acid, which combats illness-causing bacteria. Mix ¼ cup apple cider vinegar and ¼ cup of water, and gargle the mixture for 15 seconds. Repeat every hour as needed.

    Banish a Bruise: When a bang turns black and blue, soak a sterile piece of gauze in apple cider vinegar and apply it to the injured area. Secure the gauze with medical tape and leave on for an hour. When used topically, apple cider vinegar increases circulation to the skin’s surface, preventing a bruise from forming.

    Slim Down: Sipping two tablespoons of apple cider vinegar mixed with an eight-ounce glass of water before meals can help you curb hunger and shed pounds. According to studies, the acetic acid in apple cider vinegar boosts fat burning by ten percent. You can also add apple cider vinegar to homemade vinaigrette, and toss it in a healthy salad.

    Healthy Hair: When you notice flakes, mix equal parts water and apple cider vinegar in a spray bottle. Spritz the mixture on your hair and scalp, massage it in and leave on for 15 minutes. Rinse, wash and condition as usual. Apple cider vinegar has antimicrobial properties that destroy the bacteria that cause dandruff, and removes residue and product buildup that weighs your hair down. Apple cider vinegar also helps smooth hair and closes the cuticle, leaving hair soft, revitalized, and super shiny.

    Healthy Skin: Apple cider vinegar can help improve the appearance of your complexion. When used as a facial toner, the vinegar helps restore skin’s natural pH balance, which should sit perfectly between oily and dry. For a refreshing toner that locks in moisture, mist or gently dab a combination of one part apple cider vinegar and two parts water onto freshly washed skin (For sensitive skin, you may want to dilute the mixture with more water). Apple cider vinegar also reduces red marks and blemishes. For overall softness, add a few tablespoons of apple cider vinegar to your bath.

    Healthy Body: Several promising studies have shown apple cider vinegar may help lower glucose levels. Research is also being conducted to find out if vinegar can help lower cholesterol and blood pressure, fight heartburn, and even kill cancer cells.

    Other Amazing Uses for Apple Cider Vinegar

    Clean a Clogged Drain Naturally: Pour ½ cup of baking soda down the drain, and ½ cup of apple cider vinegar. Wait 20 minutes and then run the hot water for ten seconds. The vinegar’s acid will react with the baking soda to create fizzy bubbles that will dissolve and loosen stubborn buildup—and neutralize odors.

    Nourish Your Plants: If your plants have yellowed leaves, water them with a mixture of two tablespoons of apple cider vinegar and one quart of water, and repeat once a week for three weeks. Hard water can cause high levels of pH, but the acidity of apple cider vinegar will help restore the soil’s pH to normal levels, and nourish the plant with trace minerals.

    Dissolve Stuck-on Food: Instead of spending time scrubbing dirty pans, fill the pan with warm, soapy water and two tablespoons of apple cider vinegar. Let the pan soak for 30 minutes to let the acids work their magic, and make your pans sparkly clean.

    Marinate  Meats: Apple cider vinegar can help tenderize a tough cut of meat, making it juicy and delicious.

    Remove Rust: Soak rusty, tarnished metal in apple cider vinegar. The acid will break down rust’s iron oxide, leaving your metal looking like new.



    First For Women Magazine, November 2013


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  • Just Dance!

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    Looking for a fun, easy way to get moving? Want to shake up your workout routine? All you have to do is turn on some tunes and dance!

    Dance to Lose Weight

    The new season of Dancing with the Stars has just begun. Have you ever noticed how winded the celebrities are after practicing their routines? And for some, the pounds quickly melt away. Dance is an aerobic activity and a fantastic way to maintain or lose weight. A study in the Journal of Physiological Anthropology showed dance is just as effective as cycling or jogging when it comes to weight loss.

    According to the USDA’s physical activity guidelines, adults should strive for at least 30 minutes or moderate to vigorous physical activity every day—and dance is a great way to get it! Plus it’s fun, making it an activity that is easy to stick with!

    Dance your way to Better Health

    Dancing elevates your heart rate, boosts your breathing, and improves heart health, lessening the risk of cardiovascular disease. Dance is also a weigh-bearing activity that strengthens muscles and bones. Dance has been proven to increase energy levels and physical performance in adults, and can help ease joint pain and soreness by increasing your flexibility. And a study published in the Journal of Aging and Physical Activity showed dancing can help improve balance as we age. Dancing requires good posture and frequent, fast movements that will help you gain better control of your body.

    Challenge Your Mind and Your Muscles

    We all know dance is great for your body, but did you know it’s great exercise for you mind too? According to a recent study published in The New England Journal of Medicine, frequent dancers had a reduced risk of dementia compared with those who rarely or never danced. Of 11 different physical activities studied, only dancing had this effect. Dancing helps the brain in many ways. The rhythmic, complex movements increase blood flow to the brain, improve memory and concentration, and reduce stress. And dancing is a social activity, which can stimulate your mind, lift your spirits, and lessen the risk of loneliness and depression. Being social leads to increased happiness, and a stronger immune system.

    Shall we Dance? Four Steps to Remember:

    #1 Dance should be a positive experience, whether you are waltzing around the ballroom, hitting the dance floor at the club, or just getting down around the house. Don’t worry about having the best moves or about how you look, just feel the music and enjoy yourself!

    #2 Dance is for everyone, regardless or age or size.

    #3 New skills can help build confidence. Consider taking a ballroom dancing class, or try Zumba at your gym.

    #4 Be sure to consult your doctor before starting a new fitness routine, especially if you are being treated for a health condition.




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  • Coping With Constipation



    Almost everyone will get constipated at some time or another. Nearly 2% of the U.S. population suffers from it regularly, and it’s more common as we age. And although it’s not serious, it’s certainly frustrating, uncomfortable and sometimes downright painful. Constipation occurs when bowel movements become less frequent, but frequency can vary from person to person. Some of us go a few times a day, everyday day. Others go a few times a week, and that’s still OK. What’s not OK is more than three days without a movement—any longer than that makes the feces hard and difficult to pass.  Fortunately, there are natural ways to find relief. Read on to find out how to cope with constipation!


    Fiber is the famous go-to source when coping with constipation. Some fibers are soluble in water, slowing digestion and helping your body absorb the nutrients from the foods we eat. Insoluble fiber adds bulk to stool, helping it pass more quickly and easily.

    Dietary fiber can be found in the edible parts of plants or carbs that our bodies cannot digest. The best food sources of soluble fiber are beans, oats and oat bran, rice bran, barley, apples, citrus fruits, strawberries, potatoes, and peas. For insoluble fiber, eat more whole grains, wheat bran, cereals, pastas, and seeds—and keep the skin on your fruits and veggies! Also try to include beans and lentils in your diet. Legumes (and citrus fruit) contain fiber that helps stimulate the growth of good bacteria to promote a healthy intestine.

    Prunes (dried plums) have always been a popular choice to ease constipation. That is because prunes contain sorbitol, which works as a natural laxative in the body. Prunes are also high in antioxidants and are an excellent source of both soluble and insoluble fiber. Three prunes have almost 4 grams of fiber!

    Women should strive for 21 to 25 grams of fiber daily, and men should strive for 30 to 38 grams daily, far more than the 11 grams the average American gets. To avoid stomach discomfort and gas, increase your fiber intake gradually, along with your fluid intake.


    A common cause of constipation is dehydration. Water lubricates the intestines and the food we eat, helping stool to pass more easily. When you are dehydrated, your stool becomes hard. Be sure to drink plenty of water throughout the day. And avoid alcohol and caffeinated drinks like tea, coffee, and cola.


    Another common cause for constipation is inactivity. Exercise can help constipation by speeding up the elimination process, and daily exercise can help you have regular bowel movements. When you get your body moving, food moves more quickly through the large intestine, keeping stools softer. And when your heart rate and breathing are elevated, your intestinal muscles are stimulated to contract, helping you eliminate waste more efficiently.

    Be sure to wait at least an hour after eating before working out. After you eat, blood flow increases to stomach and intestines to help us digest food. When you exercise on a full stomach, blood flows to the heart and muscles instead, and can lead to bloating, gas, and constipation. So be sure to give your body a chance to digest first. It is important to also increase your fluid intake when you are physically active.


    For quick and easy relief of occasional constipation, you should also try Regulate by Bella Vi. It contains cape aloe ferox, a natural laxative only found in South Africa that hydrates and gently stimulates the bowel to work more efficiently. Aloe ferox has been used for centuries for healing, vitality and well-being. Aloe ferox leaves are free range harvested—no chemicals, pesticides, herbicides or fertilizers—and it is 22 times more potent than aloe vera! Use Regulate by Bella Vi during times when stool is difficult or painful to pass. To purchase Regulate by Bella Vi visit today!




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  • Wonderful Winter Veggies

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    It’s been a long, cold winter and everyone is looking forward to the first day of spring. Even though we still have a few weeks to go, there is reason to be happy! Winter is the most wonderful time of the year thanks to an abundance of healthy and delicious winter veggies. Find out how you can beat the winter blues with these four foods!

    #1 Cauliflower

    During cold and flu season, cauliflower can help stop the sniffles. This cruciferous veggie contains a huge dose of indole-3-carbinol.  Indole-3-carbinol is a plant compound that revs up white blood cells, boosting their ability to fight infection and quickly destroy those nasty germs so prevalent during the colder months.

    One cup of immunity-boosting cauliflower gives you 77 percent of your daily vitamin C requirement! Try adding this wonderful winter veggie to soups, stir-fries, and casseroles. Or for a tasty side dish, toss cauliflower tops with a little extra virgin olive oil, germ-fighting garlic, grated Parmesan cheese, and a pinch of salt and pepper. Heat your oven to 425˚ and roast the cauliflower on a baking sheet for 30 minutes, or until tender and golden-brown.

    #2 Broccoli

    Broccoli is another member of the cruciferous family of vegetables. Many studies have proven there is a strong link between cruciferous vegetables and protection against cancer. And broccoli has the added benefit of being a natural tension tamer. According to scientists at Yale University, broccoli works to heal overworked adrenal glands, thanks to three nutrients found in this wonderful winter veggie. Folate, quercetin and kaempferol help improve the adrenal gland’s ability to regulate the stress hormone cortisol, helping you stay calm during the hectic winter months.

    Use and prepare broccoli the same way you would cauliflower. It’s also great raw! Chop some treetops, and leave them in the fridge for a quick and easy snack, or as a topping to a healthy salad. Broccoli also tastes great on pizza!

     #3 Collard Greens

    Doctors at the University of Bridgeport in Connecticut believe eating collard greens a few times a week can help your brain function as if it were two years younger! Collard Greens are a great source of vitamins K and A, which help strengthen arteries and blood-flow to the brain. And here’s another smart reason to add these leafy greens to your diet—collards are also cruciferous! In a recent study, collard greens beat out all the other cruciferous veggies with its ability to help lower cholesterol, including steamed kale, mustard greens, broccoli, Brussels sprouts, and cabbage. Click here for a vegetarian “southern-style” collard greens recipe from Food Network!

    #4 Sweet Potatoes

    Vitamin-rich sweet potatoes are a natural energizer during the sluggish winter months. This wonderful winter veggie is one of the best sources of carotenoids, plant compounds that help convert food into energy. Research has shown eating ½ cup of sweet potato can help fight fatigue for up to three hours! And they contain twice as much fiber as regular potatoes—around 7 grams per serving! Fiber helps keep blood sugar steady, helping you to avoid the crashes that drain your energy and sour your mood.

    Sweet potatoes lend themselves to a variety of dishes, and because they are sweet, they taste amazing all on their own! They even make a healthy dessert when drizzled with honey and topped with chopped pecans or walnuts.



    First for Women Magazine, December 2013


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  • Start Strength Training for Better Health

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    Whether you hit the gym for your favorite step class, or just take a brisk walk around the neighborhood, we all know how important it is to stay physically active every day. Cardiovascular exercise increases your heart rate, keeps your body healthy, and helps you maintain your weight. But do you know strength training is equally important, especially as we age? It can strengthen your muscles, increase bone density, reduce the risk of injury, and even turn back the clock! Find out why you should add strength training to your daily routine—and how to begin.

    The Why?

    Strength training can help you become healthier now, and maintain quality of life as you grow older. Research has proven that muscle-building exercises are the best way to fight the physical declines associated with aging, such as decreased muscle mass, bone density and metabolism. Strength training also decreases back pain, and eases arthritis discomfort. It helps generate muscles and connective tissue, to help support and lubricate joints. And it can help manage certain diabetic symptoms.

    Strength training can help prevent bone thinning and osteoporosis, and increase bone density, lessening the risk of fracture. Studies from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) have shown that strength training can also help reduce the risk of falls by improving balance, and increasing flexibility. The CDC had also concluded that muscle-building exercises help control blood sugar, as well as improve sleep quality and overall mental health.

    As we age, our metabolism slows down. And a lack of physical activity leads to muscle loss and further metabolic decline. Calories that were once used for energy are stored as fat and added pounds. Strengthening exercises build muscle, increase metabolism and help you burn calories for a slimmer, trimmer you!

    The How!

    Now that you know the benefits of strength training, just how do you get started? When beginning, it’s helpful to work with a qualified fitness trainer who can teach you proper form, to help prevent injury and maximize your workout. Books, videos, and reputable online sites are also good resources for guidance, and to help you find ways to vary your program. It’s also important to consult your doctor or health care provider before starting a new fitness regimen; to discuss the types and amounts of physical activity appropriate for you, especially is you have a health condition.

    When using weights, start light. Try a weight heavy enough to feel resistance, without causing pain or strain, and when in doubt, err on the side of caution. Weight machines also work well, and are generally done seated with back support. Exercise bands (also know as rubber resistance tubing) are an effective alternative to free-weights. They are inexpensive, easy, portable, and convenient to use at home. As you become stronger, you will need to add more resistance. With dumbbells this means more weight. With exercise bands, simply move the bands farther apart to make your workout more challenging.

    The American College of Sorts Medicine recommends strength training at least two days a week, consisting of eight to twelve repetitions each with eight to twelve different exercises that work all the major muscle groups. These include the chest, arms, shoulders, and legs. And don’t forget your core muscles in your lower back and abdominal area. Don’t push too hard, and be sure to incorporate stretching into your routine. It is also wise to rest at least a day between strength training exercises.




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  • Start the Day Off Right With Breakfast

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    You’ve probably heard breakfast is the most important meal of the day, but do you know why? Studies have proven that eating a healthy breakfast can help control your weight, improve concentration and cognition, increase strength and endurance, and even lower cholesterol levels. Plus, breakfast gives you the energy you need to start the day!

    Breakfast and Weight Loss

    Eating a nutritious breakfast is an important part of a balanced diet. Many studies have shown that people who eat breakfast tend to weigh less than people who don’t. When you skip breakfast, chances are you will eat more at lunch and dinner. And when you’re hungry, you won’t make the best choices. Starting your day with a healthy meal can reduce hunger pangs, and help you make better food choices throughout the day. Also, when you skip meals, your body goes into fasting mode, increasing your insulin response, and causing fat storage and weight gain. A healthy breakfast includes protein and/or whole grains, not lots of fat and empty calories, so choose wisely!

    Breakfast Boosts the Brain

    A healthy breakfast fuels your body, improves your memory, and helps you focus on the day ahead. According to a University of Toronto study published in the December 2000 edition of the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, participants who ate a breakfast rich in carbohydrates showed increased performance results on short- and long-term memory tests. Fruits, vegetables, and whole grains are all great sources of carbohydrates. And adding protein to your breakfast will jump-start your metabolism, and satisfy your appetite to keep you full until lunchtime. When trying to improve memory and sharpen focus, strive for a breakfast that is somewhere between 300-500 calories. A heavy meal could have the opposite effect, leaving you tired and sluggish, and a meal that is too light will not be of much benefit.

    Breakfast Boosts Energy

    Your morning cup of coffee isn’t the only thing that will wake you up! If you want to feel energized throughout the day, you also need to eat a nutritious breakfast. Complex carbs provide glucose, the body’s main source of energy. Our muscles need glucose to sustain energy. The best way to start your day is with a breakfast that includes protein, good fats, and complex carbohydrates.

    12 Healthy Breakfast Choices

    • Whole grain cereal topped with sliced fruit

    • Whole grain bagel with light cream cheese

    • Veggie omelet with whole grain toast

    • Fruit and yogurt smoothie

    •  Oatmeal made with low-fat milk, raisins, and nuts

    • Greek yogurt topped with fruit and granola

    • Hard-boiled egg and whole grain toast

    • Banana or apple with peanut butter

    • Salmon and light cream cheese on a whole wheat English muffin

    • Breakfast bar and a small glass of orange juice

    • Breakfast burrito made with scrambled eggs, veggies and salsa

    • Multi grain waffles topped with fresh berries




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