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Walk for Your Health

When you see (or hear) the words: Walk for your Health, you may flinch and think, “Enough is enough!” Everywhere you turn there are articles, research, advice from fitness experts, etc. that tell you to walk for you health. You know that walking is good for you – I know that walking is good for […]

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Stop Stress Eating at Night

Stress eating can happen any time of the day (or night).  In fact, it is usually worse in the evening.  So, every effort should be made to stop stress eating at night. You have a hard day at work, or one of the kids give you grief after school.  Finally, dinner is over, dishes are cleared, […]

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Triggers for Stress Eating

In my last post, the question was asked, Are you a stress eater? Today we are going to look at triggers for stress eating.  When you can identify the triggers  that set you off, you will have a much better chance of stopping the binges before they start. People sometimes joke about being a stress […]

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Are You a Stress Eater?

Are you a stress eater? If you are not, you are very lucky. Unfortunately, I have to admit that I am!  If you are too, or think you may be . . . please, read on. Stress eating is a bad habit that develops over many years. For those who are afflicted, you may or may […]

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Add Hiking to Your Exercise Routine

Expanding your weekly exercise routine with new and different physical activities is always a good idea. Incorporating hiking into your routine is smart because it burns a lot of calories and works muscles not used in the more common workouts. Do not jump into hiking – full speed ahead. You could injure yourself. Before you […]

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