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As I mentioned in greater depth last week, baby steps can go a long way in developing healthy habits that stick. If you turn your life upside down to eat better or exercise more, you may end up right back where you started. There’s only so much change our bodies can handle at one time!...
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It’s no secret I’m a sports buff. Hence, I can’t miss the opportunity to join in the excitement of March Madness. The question is: Is the madness good or bad for your health? I’ll let you decide. Top 10 Reasons Why March Madness is Good for Your Health 1. It reduces stress in other aspects...
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Does money buy happiness? (Part 1 of a 3 part series) According to Harvard Medical School and recent psychology research, the things that make you happy are feeling good, doing good and engaging fully. They also suggest three things that don’t make you happy: money and material things, youth and children. Though I don’t disparage...
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I hope you enjoy Starting from Scratch, my second book, published each week online, one chapter at a time. Before the book’s final publication, I hope to sprinkle readers’ thoughts, opinions and advice throughout. After all, you each have helpful systems and solutions in the kitchen worth sharing. By making a contribution, your comments will...
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Last Friday, I discussed what to eat before a long run or race. Continuing my blog series on Running and Nutrition, today’s question is: What should I eat while I’m running (during a long run or event)? There’s a reason we need extra carbohydrates on a long run, race or other strenuous workout. Our bodies...
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How many of you have taken a spinning class? I took my first one after registering for the Boise Half Ironman, which will be held June 10. My plan is to spin through the cold weather in preparation for outdoor action in May. What I have discovered about spinning during the last month or so...
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