Reshape Your Body Through Pilates


It’s common to ask yourself, “How do they do it?” when seeing renowned women flaunting their incredible figures on the red carpet. These celebrities’ fitness routines are carefully thought out and strictly followed in order to shape their body for a night of constant camera-close-ups. So how do they do it?! Incredible bodies like those […]

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RECIPE: Ice Tea Spritzer to Aid Your Skin


1 cup carbonated water 1/4 cup cranberry-raspberry juice (no sugar added) 1 mint-flavored green tea sachet, steeped in half cup hot water 1/2 cup ice cubes • Combine all ingredients and serve immediately. 30 calories, 0g fat, 8g carbohydrates, 0g protein 1 Serving Originally from PRO Pulse July-August 2013

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RECIPE: Salad for Healthier Skin


3 cups cooked wild rice, brown rice or quinoa 1/4 cup diced red pepper 1/4 cup diced orange pepper 1/4 cup shopped walnuts or almonds 3 ounces crumbled fat-free feta or low-fat goat cheese 2 ounces dried or freeze-dried (no sugar added) blueberries 2 tablespoons extra virgin olive oil, mixed with squeezed lemon or orange […]

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Exercise is a Family Affair


According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, almost one third of adults and almost 20% of children in the U.S. are obese, and the numbers continue to ride.   We tend to blame fast food, video games, and cancelled physical education classes for causing this condition. While they may all play a part, […]

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Travel in Spa Style


Whether vacation or business trip, make your journey more comfortable and relaxing with these travel tips from the experts at The Spa. BEFORE YOU TAKE OFF Keep hydrated. Limit the amount of salt and alcohol consumed the day before and the day of travel but drink plenty of water. Herbal teas such as ginger and […]

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Healthy Eating on Vacation


Vacations are an opportunity to unwind and spend time with your family. However, they can lead to weight gain if you don’t stay mindful of your food choices. Keep it simple. Choose lean proteins and vegetables first, and pick from fruit beans, and whole grains when thinking about carbohydrates. Limit the sweet stuff and stay […]

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A Self Assessment of Your Feet

Every drugstore has its aisle of “do-it-yourself” medical fixes. For your feet, you’ll find blister and corn pads, insoles, fungus sprays, and more. When you have a foot and ankle concern, how do you know when to treat it yourself or when to see a podiatrist?  • Blisters on your feet can often be handled […]

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