I used to be so strong and now I get these aches and pains that I never had before. I know I need to make changes in my meals, yet I’m not sure what to do anymore.” This expression might sound familiar if you live or work with the senior population.   When we speak…

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It might be the fact you have too much work every day. Maybe not enough time to be with your family as you juggle work responsibilities with keeping up with your children and those daily household chores. Or, it just might be your intestine. As a close relative of ours mentioned the other day, “I…

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One of our neighbors was diagnosed with colorectal cancer late last year. As a 57 year old Mom with two adolescents and a full-time job, she never had time to prepare healthy dinners (she describes them as either picking something up from the grocery or just a steak and potatoes for the family). Always running…

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“When I think of snacks, the first thought that comes to mind is sitting down on the couch, turning on the television and munching on a large bag of potato chips. Mmm, good!” Why is it we usually think of snacks as unhealthy – bags of salty, high fat and high sugar ingredients – many…

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Why is it so difficult to lose weight – whether those 20 pounds or the last 5 pounds? Especially difficult when we are surrounded by food, day and night, wherever we go. We celebrate with food whether we’re happy, bored, sad or frustrated. Let’s start with our 10 Tips to Weight Loss: Don’t think of…

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