Let’s Talk About Eggs

Let’s take a look at one of the staples of the American breakfast: eggs. Eggs are a popular meal cooked in a number of ways: fried, over easy, scrambled, poached, and hard boiled. Eggs aren’t only an important part of breakfast, but they are a great quick dinner or even snack. Due to the cholesterol […]

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Ultra-Processed Food

What is an ultra-processed food? We eat a lot of different foods. Some of these foods are fresh from the produce section while some may be processed. Ultra-processed foods are a particular category of processed foods. These foods tend to be sugary, high in saturated fat, and unhealthy for us. What are some of the […]

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Garmin Forerunner 645 Music

The Garmen Forerunner 645 Music is a new smartwatch available for purchase. Starting at $449,  it features onboard music storage, which is a new feature for smartwatches. Instead of having to use your phone’s storage, the Garmin Forerunner has storage capacity. Garmin designed the watch for runners in mind, however with all of its features […]

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All About Juicing

Juicing is a really popular health trend that has become increasingly accessible with the availability of juicing machines or juicers.  A juicer is a popular health tool that is available in more health stores, big box stores, and online. Juicing is often seen as a way to detox the body while giving it the necessary nutrients it […]

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Digital Monitoring: Lazy Jar

Need some motivation to maintain your fitness? Have you tried betting against your motivation? If money is a major motivator for you, then the app Lazy Jar might be up your alley. The premise is simple: set a goal and if you fail at meeting it, the app deducts money from your bank account.  Lazy […]

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The Case for More Vegetables

Do you eat enough vegetables? It’s possible you’re not getting the daily recommended serving of vegetables. According to a study by the Center for Disease Control, only one in ten Americans eat enough vegetables.  The study was part of the CDC’s 2016 Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance Systems, which looks at how Americans eat and behave. […]

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Snoozing Is Not Losing

We live in a busy world. Between work, family obligations, and friends, it can be hard to find time to eat, much less get enough sleep. And in our attempt to get everything accomplished, we often cut corners with sleep– a vital component to healing and wellbeing.  Sleep is the time when our body recuperates to heals itself. Additionally, […]

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