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Healthy Gift Giving Ideas

This year, try sharing the spirit of the season with a focus on personal health and fitness.I bet everyone on your gift list would truly appreciate receiving a gift that will help them look, feel, or perform better.So challenge yourself this holiday season to think out of the box and find that perfect gift of health for your spouse, kids, parents, relatives, friends and neighbors.When you make it your “Healthy Holiday Theme”, you’ll be surprised how easy it is to come up with ideal gifts for...

Healthier Holiday Gifts

Home baked goodies, cookies and candy are traditional parts of holiday gifting. But the extra calories that come with them don’t always spread holiday cheer. So when giving this year, why not start a new tradition—and focus your presents on personal health and fitness? Not sure what to give? You may be surprised at how easy it is to come up with healthy gift ideas for all of the personalities on your list. A stroll through your health food store is a great way to get started. Or you can...

Living Heart Healthy In 2011

February is heart health month, so it’s a good time to explore how to keep most important powerhouse muscle in our body really healthy. Your heart is about the size of your fist and pumps about 2000 gallons of blood a day! Keeping your heart healthy and strong is essential to your overall health. Unlike strengthening glutes through squats and lunges, strengthening our heart muscle is not as obvious or direct. Lifestyle plays the starring role in promoting heart health and reducing...

Build A Better Basket

If you would like your children to eat less sugar from chocolate and candy this Easter, fill their baskets with healthy alternatives. Kids of any age love cuddly stuffed bunnies and chicks and add age appropriate items like crayons and coloring books, stickers and tattoos, books, and DVD's. Keep them active with toys like frisbees, jump ropes, balls, or sidewalk chalk for hop-scotch. Add some colored hard-boiled eggs, organic dark chocolate easter eggs and a variety of Balance bars for...

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