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Healthy Foods?

by Lori Sciame June 8th, 2017 | Diet
On a diet and wondering what to eat? Besides the obvious, raw carrots and celery, it can be confusing to find foods that are truly healthy. Why? Sometimes consumers can be fooled by descriptive labels on foods. For instance, just because something is called healthy, doesn't automatically make it that way. In addition, true portion sizes of healthy foods can be tricky to determine.  Remember, everything should be eaten in moderation! To learn more about foods that may not be as healthy as one thinks, read this post on our sister website, My Fitness Tunes.
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Snacks for Student Athletes

by Lori Sciame June 1st, 2017 | Diet
Children who participate in sports have special nutritional needs. From needing additional liquids, to requiring lots of protein to build muscles, active students should be mindful of what they eat and drink. Although all children should consume "good for them" foods, it is even more important for those that engage in rigorous workouts to not eat empty calories. For a lengthy list of healthy snacks, and to learn more about the proper foods for student athletes, visit our sister site, My Fitness Tunes, to read this informative post.
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Decoding Detox Diets

by Lori Sciame April 27th, 2017 | Diet
Many men and women across the United States have chosen to jump on the detox diet bandwagon. They literally starve themselves to ensure rapid weight loss.  With summer on the horizon, people may become desperate to drop unwanted pounds quickly in order to fit into last summer's swim suit so these types of diets will become even more popular. But do detox diets really work?  More importantly, can they actually hurt a person more than help him or her?  Read this article concerning the detox craze on our sister publication, My Fitness Tunes.  You may be surprised
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Steps to a Healthier Restaurant Meal

by Louise February 9th, 2017 | Diet
Dining out can be a welcome excursion from cooking your own meal, but it can also lead to deviations from healthful habits. Restaurant meals tend to be oversized and overloaded with fat and sodium. Fortunately, there are a few steps you can take to make your break from home cooked meals as healthful as can be.

Before you go. Try to get a look at the menu beforehand to see if there are some reasonably healthy options. If you're wondering about substitutions, call ahead to see if they will be possible. Some restaurants are more willing than others to make special
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Is a Raw Diet for You?

by Kimberly Hays September 15th, 2016 | Diet
Raw diets are gaining in popularity, and though it sounds healthy to eat an abundance of fruit and vegetables there are also concerns with the diet. The benefits are that you get an abundance of fiber that keeps your body cleansed, and you are not getting excess sugar, salt, and preservatives from processed foods. There are also some disadvantages to the diet, like not getting all of the nutrients out of some foods because these nutrients are released when cooked, and you could become vitamin D deficient on a raw diet. To find out more, visit our sister publication,
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