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Demystifying Gluten: Gluten Intolerance v. Celiac Disease

By Kaci Lee Between 5-10% of people in the U.S. have gluten sensitivity. One of them could be you. What is Gluten? Gluten is what is found in many foods that we eat today. It is the combination of two proteins found in breads. Wheat, barley, rye and any combination of these grains contain gluten. […]

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How to Shop for Produce in the Winter Season

By Kate Wilke Going to the grocery store can be difficult in the winter season if you don’t know what produce is in season and how to shop for vegetables and fruits out of season. Jenny Beth Kroplin RD, LDN, CLC and Sarah-Jane Bedwell RD, LDN, provide their advice on how to shop for produce […]

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How to Order Your Exercise Routine

By Ansley Childree BSEP, ACSM-HFS A well-rounded exercise program involves both resistance and aerobic training to help decrease metabolic health risks and adequately perform daily living activities. In order to maintain a well balanced exercise program, a recent article from ACSM’s Health & Fitness Journal focuses on “concurrent” aerobic and resistance training. This method focuses […]

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The Truth About Sleep and Your Health

By Brittany Stubbs It’s strange when you think about the extreme measures we’ll take to be healthy, and yet we seem to deprive ourselves of something so basic: sleep. It’s ironic when you think about it. We’ll force ourselves to go to that 6 a.m. cardio class, stick to a carb-less and flavorless diet, spend […]

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3 Popular Exercises to Expect More of in 2014

By Hope Kumor So, it’s a new year and all we desire to get in the best shape of our lives, am I correct? We want that killer bod we’ve always dreamed of and we want it now, now, now. With that being said, you may be wondering what the hippest and hottest exercises are […]

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