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OCSD 3 focusing on healthy eating
“In a nutshell, the new federal guidelines are that all foods that are served on the school campus during school hours must be healthy foods,” Dr. Marina Joseph told the school board. Students in the district have been grouped into three categories …
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Healthy Eating Sprouting In Los Angeles
Through collective efforts, this program hopes to make Los Angeles a Good Food City for all Angelenos where food is healthy, affordable, sustainable and fair. Attendees were highly educated on how to begin a personal garden and take advantage of the …
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The New Wave Of Foodies Proving Healthy Eating Is Anything But Boring
After relying on a strict low-cal diet as a teenager that left her with dull skin, zero energy and IBS, Madeleine discovered the power of whole foods. She now hosts monthly healthy eating supper clubs in South West London, and is set to share her know …
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5 Tips for healthy eating
Though exercises are useful, one key element often missing in the production of a truly healthy body is the diet that comes before and after the exercises. Choosing the right foods to eat is important in everyday life, and can have a great effect on …
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Give it a Whirl healthy eating class in Bridgewater
The last in a series of “Healthy Eating in a Flash Workshops,” Family and Community Health Sciences, a part of Rutgers Cooperative Extension, is presenting two Food Processor and Blender classes at the 4-H Center on Tuesday, Nov. 18. Join Daryl Minch …
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Eat Healthy Meals with the "Never Two in a Row" Plan
Remember, you can still get delicious food while eating healthy. It's a simple matter of choices. For example, vacations are a great time to explore local cuisine, and most cuisines have healthy dishes too, especially when it comes to what the natives …
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Diet may influence ovarian cancer survival
A healthy diet before diagnosis may indicate a stronger immune system and, indirectly, the capacity to respond favorably to cancer therapy, said lead author Cynthia A. Thomson of Health Promotion Sciences at the Canyon Ranch Center for Prevention and …
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Fresh Summit Sensory Experience Contest puts spotlight on healthy eating for kids
Students from the Walker Junior High School in LA Palma, CA, will tackle healthy eating on Friday, Oct. 17 when they put 10 produce-centric recipes to the test at the fourth annual PMA Fresh Summit Sensory Experience Contest. The contest, sponsored by …
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5 Surprising Reasons Your Weight Has Plateaued
“My advice is to budget planned indulgences—like 100 calories of chocolate a day or a moderate, yet indulgent dinner out on a Saturday night—into an otherwise healthy diet,” says Christie Miller, certified personal trainer/fitness nutrition …
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A Healthy Yet Tasty Approach To Gluten Free Living
MIAMI, Fla., Oct. 14, 2014 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — via PRWEB – The Fresh Diet, America's #1 meal delivery company is rolling out their new gluten free meal plan. Now customers can enjoy chef prepared gluten free meals right at their doorstep. Talk about …
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Why is Nutrition Info So Confusing? What is healthy? What NOT to EAT for Weight Loss & Health

Why is Nutrition Info So Confusing? What is healthy? What Foods NOT to EAT for Weight Loss In this video Psychetruth’s nutrition coach, Corrina Rachel explai…

Making a healthy eating menu can seem like a lot of work, be confusing and there are all kinds of healthy eating recipes and diet plans out there to referenc…

Fairwood Health & Body Transition Offers Travel Advice to Keep Summer Bodies and Weight in Healthy Shape


Toledo, OH (PRWEB) July 29, 2014

As summer frequently involves eating, drinking and sleeping at odd hours of the day or night, these disruptions to daily routines may affect individual diets and their overall health. Dr. Jason Peisley, Founder and Clinical Director of Fairwood Healthy & Body Transition, reminds the public that a well-balanced diet is key to losing weight.

Many of us are going on vacation during the summer months, and while it might be more convenient to grab fast food in between pitstops during a family roadtrip or a layover at the airport, consuming prepackaged foods do not provide our bodies with the nutrients they need, cautioned Dr. Peisley.

Eating junk food from a bag, bottle or can will cause our bodies to get hungrier, faster this sends a false signal to our bodies that we are starving, causing our bodies to then retain even more fat as a result, he continued.

At Fairwood Health & Body Transition, Dr. Peisley and his staff approach weight loss through focusing on education, holistic solutions, enhanced nutrition tools and behavior modification.

When youre vacationing on a beach somewhere, or hiking through a rainforest or jungle in a foreign country, it might be harder to plan your diet accordingly, acknowledged Dr. Peisley.

Taking the time to make healthy choices, however, will lead to a healthier body, whether youre simply walking through a new city or cooling off in the comfort of your own home this summer, said Dr. Peisley.

The first step, according to Dr. Peisley, is to learn what and how fat hormones are triggered, sharing three fat-burning secrets below:

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DHH educates businesses on healthy eating

DHH educates businesses on healthy eating
AND ONE STATE OFFICIAL VISITED NEW ORLEANS IN THE HOPES OF EDUCATING BUSINESSES ON HEALTHY EATING… W-D-S-U'S DAMON SINGLETON HAS THE STORY ALL NEW AT SIX … The Secretary of the Department of Health and Hospitals …
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Ensuring Healthy Meals during the Summer Helps Kids Head Back to Class
Children who live in the Franklin Vista Apartments in Anthony, N.M., didn't have to walk far to receive a healthy breakfast and lunch this summer, thanks to Gadsden ISD Food Service Director Demetrious Giovas. He made sure children there were able to …
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