Posts Tagged ‘wholeliving’

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Your Next Meal Could Be Made With Love

Are you stuck in the habit of eating out?  How much do you spend for meals on the run or at your local eatery?  Are you feeling your best with the food you’re eating? Restaurants have convinced us that cooking at home is difficult, time-consuming and more expensive so we’ll keep eating out.  None of

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Did You Remember Your Plan B?

Imagine that you’ve made plans for a new walking program.  You set up your clothes, your alarm, the coffee is on auto.  You’re psyched to go.  The alarm goes off and there is unexpected rainfall.  You groan and roll over to return to sleep.  Maybe you’ll do it tomorrow, but maybe not.  Our best intentions

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If You Could Take One Step Toward Losing Weight

Want to lose weight? Not to sure where to begin? One of the most powerful steps you can take is to get rid of soda and diet soda; both stimulate sugar cravings.  Soda consumption has been linked to rising rates of obesity, as well as to an increased risk for diabetes heart disease and stroke.

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Stress-busting Foods

Studies revealed that about 40% of Americans are overeating and are munching on unhealthy foods as a result of stress. While a bag of chips or a bowl of ice cream can buy you a temporary sense of calm, their calming properties wear off way too fast. After the initial pleasure wears off, you’ll feel

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Want to live a little longer?

Good genes have a lot to do with how long you’ll live. But if you make a few positive changes in your lifestyle, you can extend that time even further. Studies suggest that a healthy lifestyle is one of the biggest factors that determine how long a person will live. Apparently, these healthy habits are a

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Take Off Your Shiny Armor

There are some people who feel good enough inside and worthy of love and belonging most of the time.  Then there’s the rest of us.