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SuperFoods

Getting healthy can feel like such a process. First you need to buy all of your workout gear, then you have to shell out a few paychecks for that really nice juicer your friend recommended, and let's not forget about actually working out at some point. But why complicate things? Starting on the path to a healthier you is easier than it looks.
Each time you walk into a grocery store, or perhaps even open your fridge, there are small.
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healthy holidaysHere's a list of great tips from various sources for staying fit during the holiday season!  Good luck and comment with your favorite suggestion! ------------- Starting on Thanksgiving, a lot of us find our exercise regimen falling by the wayside. “Another slice of pie won’t hurt” can quickly snowball—and by January 1, we’re cursing ourselves for taking it upon ourselves to polish off the eggnog and all of Santa’s cookies. But this year can be different. To help.
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brown bag lunch10 Easy Lunch Ideas

American Dietetic Association spokesperson Angela Ginn-Meadow, RD, says planning ahead is essential for quick lunch assembly. "A planned menu with all the ingredients in the kitchen will make it easy to put together tomorrow's lunch after dinner," she says. She compiled this grocery list for a week's worth of lunches costing $5 or less a day (assuming you already have salad dressings on hand): Whole wheat pita bread Romaine lettuce 2 tomatoes 1 cucumber
1 bag.
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tortilla_lasagna_2-458x326Have you considered a vegetarian diet?  May of us have long been brought up on a "meat and potatoes" diet.  Dinner usually consists of a meat, a starch, and MAYBE a vegetable (often more than one starch).  Of course we aren't suggesting you quit cold-turkey and become veggie loving non-carnivores today; however, we are encouraging you to give it a try!  By replacing just one dinner meal per week with a vegetarian option,.

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cerealI was recently visiting a family member and she set out a cereal bar each morning.  The "bar" included a couple of "healthy" (but not stuffy ;)) cereals and then raisins, craisins, sunflower seeds, various nuts (all in the raw), and of course fruit. It was so much fun creating a different healthy combo each day (though I kind of threw everything in the bowl some mornings); and because they were all such nutrient rich cereals, I.
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