December 14, 2020
Nurturing Your Recovery With Healthy Eating

Nurturing Your Recovery with Healthy Eating

With everything happening in the world, it can be easy to forget that nutrition is a vital part of getting and staying healthy and strengthening your immune system. Healthy eating is important for everyone, but particularly for people in recovery. While active addiction can deplete your body, nutritious eating can provide you with the strength...
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This Chef Works 80 Hours A Week But Still Makes Time For Healthy Eating, Daily Exercise, And Squeezing In 18 Holes Of Golf | Washingtonian (dc)

This Chef Works 80 Hours a Week but Still Makes Time for Healthy Eating, Daily Exercise, and Squeezing in 18 Holes of Golf | Washingtonian (DC)

Welcome to Busy Bodies, where we ask busy Washingtonians how they balance health and fitness while working crazy hours, raising a family, and meeting the demands of the daily hustle. Know someone who’s killing the fitness game while getting it done (maybe it’s you)? Email  Mike Cordero, 59, is the executive chef and owner of nine...
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‘wow…has He Seen Our Pm?’ Tory Mp Roasted On Twitter For Saying The Poor Are The ‘fattest’ & Need Lessons On Healthy Eating

‘Wow…has he seen our PM?’ Tory MP roasted on Twitter for saying the poor are the ‘fattest’ & need lessons on healthy eating

A former Tory aide of ex-PM David Cameron has come under fire on social media after claiming poor people are the “fattest” in the UK and they need to be educated about eating a healthy diet. Writing in his local newspaper, Sir Desmond Swayne, the Conservative MP for New Forest West, suggested that food banks...
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Randomized controlled trial suggests healthier diet may directly reduce depression: Even a brief period of healthy eating may provide longer-term improvements in mood — ScienceDaily

While much research has shown that eating a healthy diet rich in fruit, vegetables, fish, and lean meat is associated with a reduced risk of depression, there have been very few randomized controlled trials directly examining the link between the two, including for young adults, who are establishing health patterns and are also at higher...
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Simple Rules of Heart Healthy Eating

No doubt heart diseases are one of the leading causes of death in the United States, but it is also proved by stats that almost half of the heart-disease deaths in the U.S. are avoidable. Heart diseases risk factors like obesity, high cholesterol levels, diabetes, and high blood pressure are controllable. The heart is the...
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Healthy Eating Comes First

Employers tended to design physical wellness programs around exercise. They offer discounted gym memberships, steps programs and other fitness-focused activities with the goal of helping employees lose weight, achieve better health, and lower their employer healthcare costs.  It hasn’t worked.  Despite encouraging employees to exercise more, the results have been dismal. Research shows that obesity...
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Ijerph, Vol. 17, Pages 6305: Correlates Of Healthy Eating In Urban Food Desert Communities

IJERPH, Vol. 17, Pages 6305: Correlates of Healthy Eating in Urban Food Desert Communities

IJERPH, Vol. 17, Pages 6305: Correlates of Healthy Eating in Urban Food Desert Communities International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health doi: 10.3390/ijerph17176305 Authors: Allison Karpyn Candace R. Young Zachary Collier Karen Glanz The food environment is well documented as an important emphasis for public health intervention. While theoretical models of the relationship between...
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32 Stone Man – Who Spent 14 Hours A Day Playing Computer Games – Is Now Offering Healthy Eating Courses After Losing 18 Stone

32 Stone Man – Who Spent 14 Hours A Day Playing Computer Games – Is Now Offering Healthy Eating Courses After Losing 18 Stone

A 36-year-old man, from Gillingham, Kent, spent 14 hours a day playing computer games and weighed 32 stone at his heaviest. Gamer David Breaker was warned he would die because of his weight as he would spend 14 hours a day playing World of Warcraft on computer. Going to work or spending time with the...
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The Bovine Guide To Healthy Eating | Dr. William Davis

The Bovine Guide to Healthy Eating | Dr. William Davis

Grains are seeds of grasses. They, along with the Kentucky bluegrass and rye grass in your lawn, are plants from the family Poaceae, the grasses of the earth. Grasses are so ubiquitous and prolific that creatures have evolved that are able to survive by consuming them as their main source of food.  Ruminants such as cows,...
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The Secret To Healthy Eating As You Age

The Secret to Healthy Eating as You Age

by: The My Medicare Matters Team What you eat determines how you feel. Choosing to embark on a healthier lifestyle means that you are providing your body with the best nutrients to improve your mood, reduce your risk for health conditions, and boost your energy. So with 80% of older adults having at least one...
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