We’re all guilty of unhealthy habits. Even if you steer clear of junk food or cigarettes, there might be small aspects of your lifestyle that are contributing to a poor standard of health. You need to think of all the small things like forgetting to floss every day or being sedentary for too long at […]
Emotional eating is an attempt to erase discomfort with food. Many people use food to relieve stress only to find that it is not much of a solution. The relief it provides is short-lived and before you know it the issue is back. We are at the point where we started but with the additional […]
New Year’s Resolutions date back to around 2000 BC. Since that time, a diversity of cultures have adopted the practice. Goals for self-improvement are shared with friends and guests at the tick of midnight every December 31st. Statistics tell us that 45% of Americans will make New Year’s resolutions but only 8% will achieve them. […]
Ending Childhood Obesity In February of 2010 first lady, Michele Obama, launched the Let’s Move campaign. The initiative is meant to address the problem of childhood obesity by engaging those sectors of society that impact the heath of children. Schools, families, and communities are provided with the tools to help children get active, eat better, […]
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