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Superfood Short List

by Annie on July 31, 2012 · 0 comments

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This is a guest post from Carl. As many of us desperately try and cram two months of toning into less than two weeks before we go away in order to get a bikini body, more and more of us will turn to ‘superfoods’ to help our bodies try to detox, cleanse and tone up. […]

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This post is a followup of yesterday’s discussion of caffeine withdrawal symptoms. Today’s discussion is about my caffeine treatment plan, which reduced my morning coffee from 3 cups to 1 cup while minimizing my coffee withdrawal symptoms. Create your caffeine withdrawal plan Creating a caffeine withdrawal treatment plan is all about slowly getting rid of […]

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  Spoiler alert: I will be talking about the Hunger Games series and the Hunger Game movie. If you have not read the entire Hunger Game series or watch the movie, you might want to skip this post. I eagerly waited in line Sunday morning for the Hunger Games movie. Rarely do I feel inspired […]

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This is a sponsored guest post. This post is in association with Holland and Barrett. Glucosamine is a great health supplement to invest in if you suffer from unhealthy connective tissue and cartilage. Glucosamine is in fact produced by the body naturally, but there are certain times in our lives when we are unable to […]

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How much are you willing to pay for an effective weight loss program? Would you be willing to pay $25 to lose 1 pound? What about $100? People enrolled in a structured weight loss program such as Weight Watchers or Jenny Craig often end up losing more weight than people try to lose weight on […]

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Cooking Mystery Books

by Annie on June 6, 2011 · 0 comments

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Sometimes when you are overexposed to TV commercials advertising food causes you to rummage through your refrigerator or pantry for something to eat. Apparently reading mystery books based on cooking causes me to develop the same habit. Lately I’ve been reading two mystery series where the main characters are cooks. So throughout the multiple books […]

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Lunchtime is my favorite time of day. I usually head down to the break room with my lunch bag to catch up with some friends. I rarely ever eat in front of my computer. Even when I have no one to have lunch with, I still head down to the break room with my Kindle. […]

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If you spend any time trying to lose weight, then you must have heard about the French diet and how French women are skinnier than your average American women. The French diet is higher in fat and encourages wine consumption, and yet French women are less obese than American women. The French diet consists of […]

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Do you know that sumo wrestlers have a rigid training plan like most athletes? One of the training techniques for turning regular size boys into sumo wrestler is by not eating breakfast. Do you skip breakfast in the morning? Not eating breakfast = sumo size The sumo wrestler training plan consists of waking early, not […]

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An article caught my eye as I flipped through the August issue of Money magazine entitled the “High Price of Healthy Living.”  It is an article with a few graphed statistics. I guess the headline worked because it slowed my flipping down to see exactly how having healthy eating habits and exercise can cost me […]

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