Archive for October, 2012

Spotlight on: Apples!

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Tis the season to eat apples!  If you’ve just gone apple picking, and have WAY more apples than you planned on, worry not -- they’re…

Halloween Running: Costumes You Can Run In

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As we approach Halloween, there will be a lot of runs that you can do in costume for fun.  While you may not think of…

Halloween Candy Calorie Counts

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Whether you’re going all out with your own costume, helping to dress up your kids, or just handing out candy at the door, it’s likely…

Eating for Your Blood Type: Hip or Hype?

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If you follow popular diets, or even if you don’t, you’ve probably heard about the blood type diet. The book Eat Right for your Blood…

Fall Fitness: Outdoor Exercises for Cooler Weather

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The fall is probably one of the best times to exercise outdoors during the year. Yes, the weather is cooler, but it’s not cold yet.…

How Nutritionists Read a Food Label

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Did you catch the recent news about a study that showed that people who read food labels have a lower body mass index (a measure…

Minestrone Soup (Italian Vegetable, Bean and Pasta Soup)

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(From “The Stress-Free Diabetes Kitchen”, p. 68) SERVES: 10 / SERVING SIZE: 1/10 RECIPE Minestrone means big soup in Italian.  It is usually considered a…

Need-to-Know Tips for Running a Race

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If you are thinking about running a race, there are a lot of things you should do to prepare, especially if you’re new to running. …

A Day in the Life of Diabetes

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November is American Diabetes Month®, a time to bring attention to the seriousness of diabetes and to the many people who are impacted by the…

Fit Football Snacks

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Cooler days, color changes, and of course football -- those are three things that make it feel like Fall to us.  If you’re as excited…

Treating and Preventing Common Injuries

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If you haven’t worked out in a long time, put on extra pounds, or just don’t know how to use workout equipment, you could make…

Move It and Make a Difference

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The rewards of getting fit increase exponentially when walking, running or biking helps benefit a charity. Knowing that you’re training for a cause gives more…

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