Category: Weight Loss

Healthy Living
Rachel Fiske

How Lemons and Lemon Water Can Seriously Boost Your Health

Lemons are quite a popular fruit, so they might very well already be part of your regular diet. But are you fully aware just how healthy they really are, and the many ways they are benefiting your body? If you already include lemon in your cooking, congratulations! You are doing your body some major favors.

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Healthy Living
Rachel Fiske

How to Lose Water Weight

You might be surprised to learn that the human body is largely made up of water. Babies are born containing between 70-80% water, and as you grow that number goes down a bit. The average adult contains about 60% water (1). Despite this, excess water (edema or bloating) is not normal, and is usually due to

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Healthy Living
Rachel Fiske

Bad Fat vs. Good Fat

We are all very familiar with being told that some fats are healthful for our bodies, and that some of our favorite foods including nuts and avocados are great to eat because they are loaded with “good fats.” Glancing at the nutrition label on the foods that you are putting into your body should not

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Healthy Living
Rachel Fiske

Your Diet And Back Pain

Unfortunately, back pain is all too prevalent in our fast paced society. If we ourselves are lucky enough not to suffer from some form of back pain, we surely have a friend or family member who experiences it to a certain degree. The severity and type of pain will vary, and it could anything from

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Healthy Living
Rachel Fiske

Top 10 Reasons To Eat Cherries

As we approach the glory of cherry season, we should do ourselves the favor of taking advantage of these sweet treats for not only their delicious taste, but for their myriad of nutritional benefits. Cherries offer some serious health benefits, and should be included as part of your regular diet. Not to mention, they can

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Family
Rachel Fiske

Could a GI Infection Be Causing Your Weight Gain?

When we think of a GI (gastrointestinal) infection or symptom, we obviously connect it with digestive upset such as bloating, gas, pain, diarrhea and/or constipation, heartburn, and other types of symptoms of that nature. While these symptoms can definitely signify a GI infection, the interesting (and sometimes deceiving) part is that often, we experience no

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