Eating and TV

A study by the US-based National Weight Control Registry looked at the number of hours of television watched each week by people who had successfully lost at least 13 Kg and maintained it for at least a year.

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Be More Inspired to Live Healthy

Did you ever watch a movie about a health and wellness related topic that really got you thinking about making a change in your life toward greater health? Sometimes, a movie can inspire you to make healthier choices in a way that nothing else can.

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The Dairy Dilemma

If you have always thought that you needed to consume three servings of dairy products a day to get adequate calcium, science now points to the strong possibility that this isn’t so. Whether it was motivated by pressure from the dairy lobby or bad science, it seems that the recommendation for 1,000 mg of calcium each day is under scientific scrutiny.

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Whole Body Eating

Emily Rosen, Director of the Institute for the Psychology of Eating, has some excellent advice about integrating body wisdom into the process of eating. You can learn more by watching her video on the subject. Here is a summary of her ideas. 

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Three Ways to Nourish Yourself Without Food

Most people associate nourishment with food. Considering that food has nutrition, that makes perfect sense.

But did you ever consider that nourishment comes from other places as well? We nourish our hearts when we spend time with people we love.

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Should You Detox?

Detox diets claim to help you rid your body of toxins through a combination of fasting, juicing, teas, herbs and raw foods. Is there any truth to the claim?

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Five Reasons You Should Try Tai Chi

Tai Chi has a long and significant history in China, both as a martial art for self-defense and as a way to ensure continued good health. Today, we’ll talk about Tai Chi in its more popular form, as an exercise that suits a variety of bodies with varying levels of health.

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