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Feel Better & Stay Healthy

This article is not just one person's idea of science or what medication or supplements you should take, or what your diet should be. We just want you to pay attention, know all necessary information and make informed decision about your health and available resources, remedies and healthy choices because we really do want everyone to be healthy.

Don't we all have the best intentions? The challenge is sorting through that conflicting, oftentimes confusing information from multiple sources. Everyone wants what's right for them—and, oh yeah, whatever it is has to work!

Feeling better and stay healthy is all about daily choices. We all know that a lot about being healthy comes down to taking care of ourselves: what we eat, how much we eat, how much physical activity we get and how we help our mind and our body to maintain balance. The nutrition and physical activity choices we make every day affect our physical and mental health. The more we know, the better choices we can make.

Below are links to information you need to know to make smart choices in your life and help your body and your mind to achieve desired performance. We need to learn to make more room in our lives for things that make us happy, healthy, and productive. We need to take charge of our health and our destiny.

Together, let's find our way to Feel Better & Stay Healthy!



Did You Know?
Even small changes in your life will add up to big results.

Regular physical activity helps improve your overall health and fitness, and reduces your risk for many chronic diseases.

By picking physical activities you enjoy and that match your abilities, it will help ensure that you stick with them.

There is no need to think of strenuous exercise or boring workouts. Instead, try to do the fun activities you enjoy and watch the health benefits follow!

Eating right and being physically active may reduce your risk for heart disease, high blood pressure, diabetes, osteoporosis, certain cancers, and being overweight or obese.

If you eat 100 more food calories a day than you burn, you'll gain about 1 pound in a month. That's about 10 pounds in a year. The bottom line is that to lose weight, it's important to reduce calories and increase physical activity.

It’s important to make smart food choices and watch portion sizes wherever you are—at the grocery store, at work, in your favorite restaurant, or running errands.

In a restaurant, opt for steamed, grilled, or broiled dishes instead of those that are fried or sautéed.

On a long commute or shopping trip, pack some fresh fruit, cut-up vegetables, string cheese sticks,
or a handful of unsalted nuts—to help you avoid impulsive, less healthful snack choices.

At the store, plan ahead by buying a variety of nutrient-rich foods for meals and snacks throughout the week.

Wherever we are in life… whatever the reason… we can prevent many bad health consequences and gain quality time to enjoy things that really matter to us. Whether we are 15, 25, or 65, any time is a good time to start!