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Tricks for healthy Halloween treating
Halloween is typically a time of candy overload, but even from a nutritional standpoint, it is not all bad, Jordy Kivett writes.
Is CrossFit the right fit?
While CrossFit is gaining considerable popularity, there are a number of things you should know before participating in the program, Ted Santaniello writes.
Break habit of skipping breakfast
Choose any food you like, but be sure to include a few key components that will help you feel full longer and give you lasting energy, Jordy Kivett writes.
Keep active with fall activities
Races through corn mazes, picking apples and raking leaves are great for cardio, John Vasile writes.
Apples are vigorous, versatile treats
Local apples are abundant this season and the ways to enjoy them are just as plentiful, Jordy Kivett writes.
Making baby food quick, beneficial
Most baby-food preparation takes very little time, Jordy Kivett writes.
Exercise has emotional benefits
Many studies suggest that individuals who exercise regularly see a positive boost in mood and lower rates of depression, John Vasile writes.
Figuring out fats in diet
There is often confusion over types of fats and the impact they can have on your health, but it really does not have to be that complicated.
Some exercise machines should be avoided
Some machines more apt to cause injury, John Vasile writes.
Physical limitations and the golf swing
Certified personal trainer John Vasile writes that common swing characteristics could be holding your golf game back but proper analysis and corrective exercises can offer a solution.
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