‘Healthy Living’

Holiday Musings: Learning from Overindulgence

By Beth Turchi

Beth is back with a story that many of us might relate to, especially during this time of year. I got drunk. Not “slightly inebriated” or “in my cups” but “three sheets to the wind”.  Well, maybe only two but I was certainly feeling no pain. Last Tuesday night I hosted (thank goodness, no drinking and driving) the annual Christmas […] Read more »

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Healthy Living on the Road: It’s Not About Perfection

By Beth Turchi

We’ve all been there — we’re going along in the direction we want to go, then life happens. In today’s post, Beth tells us how she turned a common challenge for weight-worried women into a learning opportunity. It’s all good! Why Perfection Sabotages Your Health Efforts I haven’t been posting recently because I was driving across the country with my 22-year-old daughter, from Philadelphia […] Read more »

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Nominate the Year’s Worst Diets

By Marsha Hudnall MS, RDN, CD

Worst Diets of Year – Slim Chance Awards 2015 It’s that time of the year! Place your nominations now for the most outlandish and misleading weight loss claims you’ve heard or tried in 2014. Nominate diet gimmicks, products and claims between now and Friday, Dec. 12, 2014. Our panel of judges will select the “winners” from your nominations and we’ll announce […] Read more »

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Ten Ways to Stay Motivated to Exercise as the Season Changes

By Lori Wright, CPT

With the leaves fallen, cooler air and shorter autumn days, getting motivated to move may be a little more challenging.  With that in mind, I decided to take a survey from some of my friends to find out what motivates them to exercise this time of year: Exercise Motivation: Keep Your Momentum Going Keep It Fun Finding an activity that you look forward to […] Read more »

10 ways to stay motivated for exercise
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