Category: Healthy Eating

Diet and Exercise vs. Weight Loss Surgery
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Diet and Exercise vs. Weight Loss Surgery

Fact: nearly 40% of Americans are medically obese. News agencies place blame on everything from sedentary office jobs to the removal of physical education in primary school, but weight gain is always on a personal level. A poor diet and lack of exercise can quickly spiral out of control. Obese patients on average spend just...

Seasonal Depression: How Exercise Can Help
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Seasonal Depression: How Exercise Can Help

If you’re feeling blue, it could be something in the air. Seasonal depression, otherwise known as seasonal affective disorder (SAD), affects all ages in the colder months. With longer nights and cloudier days, the winter months can affect your mood in more ways than encouraging you to curl up by the fire. Even though Las...

5 Healthy Holiday Diet Tips
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5 Healthy Holiday Diet Tips

Hanging out with family and friends for the holidays should be a time of joy and not one of anxiety! Unfortunately, if you’re trying to reduce your waistline the most wonderful time of the year may cause some panic. Some of the most popular options for holiday meals, such as ham or sweet potato casserole,...

7 Foods to Eat to Keep the Weight Off
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7 Foods to Eat to Keep the Weight Off

The winter ‘extra layer’ doesn’t always apply to just throwing on a jacket. There’s a good reason the colder months get a bad rap for weight gain, as the comfort foods and warm ciders add up quickly and can leave you entering spring with a little extra padding. With bikini season right around the corner,...