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Your health is important to you - and to your loved ones! In our health blogs, you'll find articles about a wide range of health topics - from how to grocery shop for your family to how to get the best sleep to keep you feeling your best. These blogs, written by a variety of health and fitness experts, can help you learn how to be your healthiest you!

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Kerry McLeod, PSHFC (Practitioner in the Science of Healthy Food Choices), is eBrandAid.comís chief ďBrand ...

RosaSmith
Rosa Smith-Montanaro is a Virtual Wellness and Weight Loss Coach, and the award-winning creator of the Mind Over ...

TheDailyComic
With his penchant for bad puns and silly wordplay, The Daily Comic, aka Tee Hee, is a good fit in his role as ...

Dr. Terri Orbuch
Terri Orbuch is a psychologist, Oakland University professor, and research professor at The University of ...

Janel Ovrut
Janel, a Registered Dietitian who follows a vegetarian diet, promotes no-nonsense, plant-based cooking so that ...

Ajay Rochester
Ajay Rochester hosted the Biggest Loser Australia for four years. She is a best selling author of 5 books on ...

Recent Health Blogs
Stress Eating: Put Down The Ice Cream!
Posted @ 6:00am ET on August 18, 2014
Blog: Vital Health with Patty James
By PattyJames
You just lost a loved one to cancer, you caught your spouse having an affair, your job was downsized, finances are a mess, your teenager is in trouble, you are taking care of an elderly parent and the aforementioned teenager? Anything else you can think ...
Best Foods to Control Cholesterol
Posted @ 6:00am ET on August 18, 2014
Blog: Dietitian Consult
By DietitianConsult
Your cholesterol numbers are important ones to know and ones to work towards improving on a daily basis. The tough part about your cholesterol is that it's influenced not only by diet and lifestyle choices, but also by heredity, age and gender. You can do ...
Fighting the Freshman Fifteen
Posted @ 8:00am ET on August 13, 2014
Blog: Diet with Dr. Tabor
By Aaron Tabor, MD
It's the time of year when many recent high school graduates start heading off to begin their college careers. One of the many challenges these aspiring young adults will face is avoiding what has been called the "freshman fifteen", the typical weight gain ...
Beating Back-to-School Anxiety
Posted @ 7:00am ET on August 7, 2014
Blog: Weekly Diet News Digest
By JohnMc
The transition into a new school year can be a time of excitement... and stress. Children and adults can become anxious, irritable or depressed by this major change. The trick to fighting the back-to-school anxiety is to start preparing well ahead of the ...
What Are You Gaining from Not Losing Weight?
Posted @ 8:00am ET on August 6, 2014
Blog: Mind Over Platter
By RosaSmith
Self-care is an ongoing effort. If you are not able to find time for your needs, I encourage you to assess why this is occurring. It is my experience that when people want to accomplish a goal, they take appropriate action. If they procrastinate, ...
The Dangerous Escape Food Provides
Posted @ 6:00am ET on August 4, 2014
Blog: Shrink Yourself
By DrRogerGould
Overeating, binge eating, stress eating, and emotional eating are powerful coping mechanisms because they help people escape whatever uncomfortable feelings are in front of them. Christine, a 40-year-old patient of mine, had just moved back to Los ...
Selfish or Self-Care?
Posted @ 8:00am ET on July 23, 2014
Blog: Mind Over Platter
By RosaSmith
Before you decide if you are being selfish, ask yourself these questions: Is my action harming anyone that I care about? If the answer is no, this is self-care. Is this my problem to fix? If the answer is no, step away from the problem. That is the ...
The Great Salt Debate
Posted @ 8:00am ET on July 22, 2014
Blog: Dietitian Consult
By DietitianConsult
Reducing the salt in your diet is not a new topic in the health world. It has been engaged in a never-ending battle between flavor and health. Restaurants are working on reducing the salt in their foods, but it's not something that can happen ...
How Do You Define Self-Care?
Posted @ 8:00am ET on July 9, 2014
Blog: Mind Over Platter
By RosaSmith
Is it a dirty word? Growing up, I was told to care for my siblings, my mother, then my husband and children. Being a caretaker, it was effortless to love on those around me. Fast forward to 20 years later... exhausted on every level. The well was dry. I had ...
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