Obesity Facts

Obesity Facts; over one third of the adults were considered obese in the US in 2007-08. Obesity is defined as a body Max Index (BMI) of 30 or higher. BMI is a measure of body fat based on height and weight. To check your BMI clink the link. Another 34% of the...
Help for Hot Flashes

Help for Hot Flashes

Over the years, a number of my female personal training clients have had a difficult time with hot flashes. Since most of my clients are baby boomers, many of them are going through menopause right now. The worst part about menopause seems to be the night sweats. Once...
Keep Your Arteries Young

Keep Your Arteries Young

When your arteries are young they expand easily so blood can pass through them without much resistance. Unfortunately when we get older our arteries can become stiffer and lose their ability to open. Stiff arteries can increase your risk for high blood press, heart...
Fit Friends Equals a Fit You

Fit Friends Equals a Fit You

Remember that old adage about look at your friends and it will tell you a lot about yourself? Well if your goal is to live a healthy lifestyle having fit friends makes the whole process much easier. If your close friends are living an active lifestyle and eating...
What I learned On Vacation

What I learned On Vacation

I just got back from a two-week vacation at the beach with my whole family. It’s always hard for me to take time off; I always feel I should be working all the time to improve my career and provide for my family. Every time I go on vacation; however, I realize how...

Four Ways to Lower Your Risk of Breast Cancer

Researchers have concluded that avoiding weight gain, not taking hormones, exercising and limiting alcohol, are the best ways to lower your risk of breast cancer. One of my favorite newsletters, Nutrition Action, had a great article about how to lower your risk of...

Vitamin E and D can Help Your Memory

Two studies just came out. One about the benefits of eating foods high in Vitamin E to lower your risk of developing dementia and another talking about the risk of Vitamin D deficiencies in older adults. 1. Foods Rich in Vitamin E Lowers Your Dementia Risk Eating...

Assume E. Coli is in All Ground Beef

You have to assume that every hamburger you eat or any ground beef you’re cooking can have E. Coli in it. Ever since the scare back in 2007 when over 845,000 pounds of ground beef was recalled for possible E. Coli contamination, I never trusted eating hamburgers that...
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