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No Pool, No Problem! Seven Tactics to Help You Maintain Your Summer Body This Fall

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    According to digestive experts, our optimal gut flora balance should be about 85 percent “good/friendly” bacteria” and 15 percent “bad/other”. Without enough good bacteria, your gut microorganisms become imbalanced, and your system can become a breeding ground for bad bacteria. Find what probiotic supplement is right for you?

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    Fruits are part of a balanced diet and can help us stay healthy. That's why it's so important that we get enough of them. Find your favorite fruits to stay healthy.

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    Peanut butter and jelly, ham and eggs, turkey with stuffing – sound familiar? These are inseparable pairs. What holds them together is – BREAD. November is National Bread Month, so let’s praise the stuffing. Along with the turkey...

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     Who drank coffee this morning? I did and I’m pretty sure you did too. It’s difficult to imagine a day without my favorite cup of freshly roasted, amazingly tasting coffee.  

     

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    With the holidays soon to be in full swing, Therapist, author and Positive Living Expert, Diane Lang, offers eight tips on how we all can have a stress free, balanced and happy holiday season.    

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    Thanksgiving is just around the corner. Every year the holiday season brings lots of food and lots of leftovers, which need to be refrigerated. Chilling stored foods to proper temperatures is one of the best ways to slow the growth of dangerous bacteria...

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  • Eat Well

    It's easy to eat your way to an alarmingly high cholesterol level. The reverse is true too — changing what you eat can lower your cholesterol and improve the armada of fats floating through your bloodstream.

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    Our health tends to suffer and sometimes collapse under the weight of convenient living. As we struggle to keep up, certain things often take a back seat and more often than not, it is our well being that we shove to last place. 

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    Franchise India 2017 is going to be an experience of its own. Spread over two days, Franchise India 2017 will host not only the trade show but also conferences and awards. As more people around the world turn to wellness-focused activities the future of the wellness economy grows in strength. Globally, the wellness sectors now represent a $3.7 trillion economy.

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    Think of the last time you felt sick to your stomach because you were stressed, scared or even excited! We now know that there is a very strong relationship between our digestive system and our brain.  The enteric nervous system wraps around all of our digestive systems and it is so complex, big and important that scientists are now calling it the “second brain.”

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    Olives are grown commercially around the globe, but Mediterranean countries produce most of the world’s crop. Since olives are an integral part of the Mediterranean diet, maybe they should play a role in your healthy diet, too. 

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    In today’s society, there is more stress on people to succeed and do more with less.  Everyone is hustling for that golden ring opportunity, upon which their future lives will be easier and brighter if they can only grab it.  Unfortunately, in the quest to be successful, other things have suffered, such as satisfaction in the victories of daily life, appreciation for simple things.

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  • Recipes for cooking with Olives |Wellness magazine Wellness magazine

    The Cultural Olive: Arab countries: Muncachita salad is made from the pulp of oranges, sliced onions, and halved olives. Mix the ingredients with olive oil and spice with salt and pepper. Greece: The famous Greek salad is made from pulpy black olives, lettuce, tomatoes, and...

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     There are several people who experience a change of moods during the fall and winter months, particularly a feeling of depression and sadness. Typically when the weather gets warmer, these feelings will begin to lessen.

     

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    Mushrooms seem like a vegetable, but they’re actually the fruit of a fungus. Fungi are often depicted as yucky, in many fairy tales and other children’s stories, but some are edible bulbous elixirs that promote good health.

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    By their very nature, the Pocono Mountains exude health and wellness. Encompassing 2,400 square miles of pristine landscapes, the Pocono Mountains boast an abundance of activities geared to enhance one's mental and physical health.

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  • Family Health

    Stretching is an excellent thing you can do for your health. These simple, yet effective moves can help you limber up for sports, improve your 

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  •  No Pool, No Problem! | Wellness magazine

    The colder months are the easiest time of the year to fall off the fitness wagon. Here, fitness, nutrition, and weight loss expert Warren Honeycutt offers some tips to help you maintain healthy habits as the weather gets colder.

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    Papaya is a delicious tropical fruit which has a great taste, mouthwatering flavor and great health benefits. Originally from the tropics of America the taste and its numerous health benefits made it popular in all the continents. 

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    Top U.S. Recreation Centers changing to meet students needs and expectations. Find out how...

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