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Diet AND Exercise Needed for Healthy Weight

In the October, 2010 online edition of the Journal of the American Medical Association, found that a progressive walking for exercise program and an appropriate diet can lead to healthful weight loss that is sustainable.

Almost 70% of Americans are roughly 30 or more pounds overweight. It is well known that this extra weight contributes to the development of many serious health conditions including type 2 diabetes, heart disease and some forms of cancer.

The obvious questions then become…”What kind of diet?” and “What kind of exercise program?”

While the diet used in the study was a reduced calorie diet, there are many dietary approaches that are conducive to weight loss and we spent previous articles reporting on metabolic typing.

The exercise program used in the study can be done by anyone and that was the purpose for the research study. While we would suggest both some weight training and cardio in an exercise program, the study used progressive walking.

Progressive walking starts you out with slow walking for short periods of time in the beginning and gradually building up to brisk walking for up to 60 minutes a day for 5 days each week. While many would debate this approach, it certainly worked for the people in the study.

Minimally, get a pedometer and follow the basic walking guidelines of walking for at least 10,000 steps per day.

All the weight loss programs in the above study included three components though we only reported on the nutritional and exercise components of their program.

The third component, which we think is equally important, is counseling and support. Like all lifestyle changes, having someone in your corner and who will hold you accountable is extremely valuable in insuring you get where you want to go. And, they can be your buddy!

Walking Guidelines
So, in addition to progressive walking mentioned in the study above, we thought you may want to know more about walking and how to get more steps in every week so we checked on it and here’s what we found:

Benefits of using a pedometer include finding out how many steps you take every day now so you can judge how many more will boost your activity level appropriately. According to a recent article in USA TODAY, people who wear a pedometer walk about 2000 more steps a day (about a mile) compared to those that don’t. The same article indicated that 12,000 steps a day was a better daily goal for those wanting to lose weight.

Suggestions for increasing the number of steps you take every day, beyond just being aware of it and using a pedometer include but are certainly not limited to:

1.Walk 4 laps around the track at a local high school…~2000 steps.
2.Take a brisk 20 minute walk during your lunch break…~2000 steps.
3.Program your computer to remind you to get up every hour and walk for 100 to 200 steps…~500-1500 steps.
4.Park further away from your destination and walk. One city block…~200 steps.
5.Take a few quick laps around the mall before you start shopping.
6.Take the stairs.
7.Join and use a gym.
8.Be fun and creative finding ways to add to your steps and to your health.

Any time with diet and exercise, a support person is extremely helpful in you accomplishing your objectives. That can be us and we are happy to help with all your healthy lifestyle decisions and it can be a walking buddy.
Do you know anyone who would benefit from walking too? Why not enlist them not only for your benefit but for theirs as well? Why not refer them here so both of you can be in it to win it!

USA is Number 1
As if paying for sick care isn’t already producing a huge drain on the economy, a new study by the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development reports that 75% of Americans will be obese or overweight by 2020. That puts America in first place for the world competition to see which nation can create the most obese population

The health care costs associated with treating obesity and the costs of treating other health challenges produced by obesity are well known.
According to researchers from Duke University, obese workers costs society more than $ 73 billion a year in lost productivity.

October 2010-Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine

Since completing his studies, Dr. Cain has enjoyed working with a wide variety of people from all ages and backgrounds. He looks forward to meeting more of the residents of Calgary and working with them for their chiropractic needs, from pain relief…to wellness.

His latest eBook, “How To Live a 100 Years” can be found at http://www.FishcreekChiropractic.ca

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CB-1 Weight Gainer Gives Five Food Tips to Help Gain Healthy Weight


Orem, UT (PRWEB) May 28, 2015

When it comes to gaining weight many people have the misunderstanding that focusing on junk food is the fastest and best way to do so. While foods high in fats and sugars can certainly be a tool for gaining fast weight, CB-1 Weight Gainer by Supragenix is going to give five food tips to help gain weight utilizing healthy foods.

First, the key to any fast weight gain diet is carbohydrates. Carbohydrates are the least filling types of calories and contain four calories per gram, making them an excellent foundation for a weight gain diet. Some healthy sources of carbohydrates can include brown rice, whole grain breads, pasta, potatoes, corn, oatmeal, as well as tons of different fruits and vegetables.

The next step is to start reviewing fats. A common mistake stems from the idea that “fat is bad,” or that eating fats will only help gain fat instead of muscle. This is simply not true; fat intake is very important for people looking to gain muscle mass or just general healthy body weight. Fats contain nine calories per gram, making them the most concentrated source of calories. Healthy fats can be found in nuts, avocados, peanut butter, and oils (olive, sunflower, canola, etc.), as well as in dairy products like milk and cheese.

Another huge step is analyzing protein intake. Protein contains four calories per gram but are the most filling type of calories. Proteins are filling, they digest relatively slowly, and they blunt hunger. This is why a high protein diet is usually reserved for people looking to lose weight. When trying to gain weight, a normal daily intake of protein is typically good enough. Some healthy protein choices can include lean meats such as chicken, turkey, and fish, as well as vegetable sources like nuts, beans, and soy.

One of the most key aspects to any diet is calorie intake. The normal calorie requirement for an average male doing less strenuous work is about 2200 calories while for females, it is about 1900 calories. People will then raise their calorie intake for maximum weight gain potential; ideally focusing on adding an extra 1000 calories to daily intake. This seems like a daunting amount of food, which is why an appetite stimulant like CB-1 Weight Gainer can make it easier. CB-1 Weight Gainer by Supragenix increases the appetite, making it easier to consume more calories every day and thus promotes fast and effective weight gain.

The final step is a simple one: snacks. Many people overlook the necessity of snacks but they can make or break a well-conceived diet. Without snacks, weight gain diets can fall apart because they are missing out on a ton of calories that can be consumed through snacks. Some healthy high calorie snacks can include apples, protein bars, nuts, beef jerky, pretzels, yoghurt and dried fruits.

For more tips on how to gain weight, visit the CB-1 Weight Gainer by Supragenix blog– https://www.cb1weightgainer.com/blog

Supragenix, LLC – A Utah-based dietary supplement company specializing in full-service solutions to specific health and fitness needs. Founded in 2010, Supragenix is one of the fastest growing companies in Utah. Their flagship product, CB-1 Weight Gainer, has rapidly grown to become the #1 selling weight gain pill; backed by clinical testing, CB-1 Weight Gainer is now one of the most trusted and recognized brands in weight gain.







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Sitraa Health Announces the Launch of a Healthy Grocery Marketplace


Edison, NJ (PRWEB) May 20, 2015

Sitraa, Inc. (http://www.sitraahealth.com), a Edison, NJ based technology and healthcare company focused on finding healthy solutions to combat chronic care diseases, announced the launch of Healthy Grocery Market Platform – http://www.sitraa.com – to help users conscious of finding healthier groceries. Sitraa Health Market Platform uses a number of search and recommendation tools, its own nutritional database, an online grocery platform and a network of registered dietitians. All the nutritionists on Sitraa Market are registered dietitians with active credentials and they advise users and patients in finding healthier groceries and food products.

Sitraa’s Co-Founder & CEO Mr. Sekhar Divakaruni said, “2015 Dietary Guidelines for Americans is very clear. We need to change our eating habits. Sitraa Health Platform focuses on the western diet, which is the root cause of chronic diseases. Research shows that food is a key driver of chronic conditions. The current retail market model that just automatically sells every conceived food product, without having a qualified dietitian to advise the buyers, is not working. Sitraa Health gives a platform for users and patients to receive personalized advice from registered dietitians on virtually anything; feedback on everyday groceries, answers to a specific product query, and advice on healthy dining out and activity. Sitraa uses technology-driven personalized counseling to help users and patients buy healthier foods and change their eating habits gradually. User can refer a grocery or food item to a registered dietitian with just two clicks.”

Mr. Sekhar said “Sitraa Health Market is a unique ecommerce platform that can be implemented for any retail partner in a matter of weeks. Sitraa creates its own content and customizes search and recommendation tools based on the user. Sitraa believes its technology and service can significantly contribute to improving the eating habits of our communities.”

According to the 2015 Dietary Guidelines issued by the US Government (http://www.health.gov/dietaryguidelines/2015-scientific-report/), about half of all American adults—117 million individuals—have one or more preventable, chronic diseases, and about two-thirds of U.S. adults—nearly 155 million individuals—are overweight or obese, According to the American Diabetes Association, there are 29 million Americans who had diabetes in 2012 with an additional 86 million considered pre-diabetic.

About Sitraa

Sitraa, (http://www.sitraahealth.com), is an Edison based technology and healthcare company focusing on finding solutions to chronic indications. Sitraa Health is supported by a network of hundreds of Registered Dietitian-Nutritionists, Certified Diabetes Educators and other care providers, a virtual telehealth module and a marketplace platform where patients and health conscious users identify healthier products with help from their dietitians.

Company Contact;

Shamira Green

Email:support at sitraa.com

Phone: 973-786-1200

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Healthy Hispanic Living Renews Its Mission as CDC Issues Report on State of U.S. Hispanic Health


Irvine, CA (PRWEB) May 15, 2015

As Healthy Hispanic Living (HHL) launches a new education and awareness campaign around the Diabetes and Obesity epidemic that is hitting the Hispanic community especially hard in this country, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) released results on May 5th of its first national study on the health risks and leading causes of death amongst U.S. Hispanics. The study confirms heart disease and cancer as the leading causes of death in the Hispanic population, and higher death rates from diabetes and chronic liver diseases than non-Hispanic whites. As HHL has also written about since it started publishing in 2013, Hispanics are woefully uninsured – almost three times as less as non-Hispanic whites, according to the study.

HHL was launched in response to the health and lifestyle needs of the fast-growing U.S. Hispanic community, which is on track to be the minority-majority population (54%) by 2050, and already represents almost one out of every six people. This demographic cultural shift™ is changing the business of health, from genetic research and the need for more culturally competent patient care to the critical need for Hispanics to become more educated about preventive care, treatment options, and self-advocacy in general.

“When tackling the most important health issues, we need to remember first and foremost that we don’t treat diseases, we help to care for people, said Dr. Joseph Alvarnas, Director of Medical Quality at City of Hope, a leading research and treatment center for cancer, diabetes and other life-threatening diseases. “We can create the best medications and laboratory tests imaginable, but they are of no use unless we understand how to fully engage people at a human level. It is culture that inspires people toward their highest achievements; it is only by listening carefully and engaging people at a cultural level that we can ever impact the diabetes and obesity epidemic.”

The CDC study points out the challenges that Hispanics face in gaining access to health care, especially for those lacking English skills, living in lower socio-economic conditions, or achieving lesser education levels than non-Hispanic whites. It includes a list of recommendations for health care professionals seeking to prepare for the cultural demographic shift – many of which are already being practiced at City of Hope and have been addressed on HHL – such as: accommodating cultural and language preferences with Hispanic and/or Spanish-speaking doctors and clinicians; educating Hispanic patients about their risks and preventative measures they can take; smoking cessation programs; and utilizing “promotores de salud” (Hispanic health workers situated within the community) to provide “in-culture” and language appropriate outreach and communication.

The CDC study shows that Hispanics are high risk for chronic disease, particularly high blood pressure, diabetes, and cancer. CVS Health has been confronting this challenge head-on with its CVS/pharmacy Project Health free screening events, which bring health care services and insurance education directly to the underserved multicultural communities where their stores are located. The last Project Health campaign, which ran from November 2014 to February 2015,offered more than 1,000 free screening events in 27 cities across the U.S., bringing the number of Hispanic consumers Project Health has served since its inception in 2006 to nearly 500,000. This translates into nearly $ 50 million worth of free medical services enabling people to know their numbers and how to take preventative action if necessary, whether they needed to start a diet and exercise program, stop smoking, talk to a pharmacist about medications or learn about insurance options, or find a doctor for follow-up consultation and examination.

“The free, comprehensive health screenings offered at our Project Health events can help identify health concerns or risk factors for participants,” said David Casey, Vice President, Workforce Strategies and Chief Diversity Officer, for CVS Health. “By addressing health care challenges, such as ethnic disparities and lack of access to preventive care, we can make a difference in the health and well-being of our customers. It’s just one more way we are living out our company’s purpose – helping people on their path to better health.”

As HHL has maintained and the CDC report confirms, how Hispanics proactively tend to their healthcare needs and that of their families will demand a strategic and highly collaborative effort amongst Hispanic patients, medical institutions, corporations and government leaders that influence the business of healthcare. As such, HHL provides a platform where Hispanic patients and families, medical institutions, retail-healthcare and pharmaceutical companies, STEM educators, financial and insurance service providers and consumer brands can come together, be actively involved in the conversation, and become part of the solution.

For more information, please visit http://www.healthyhispanicliving.com and/or contact Annette Prieto Llopis, Vice President of Client Relations at annette(at)healthyhispanicliving(dot)com or call 949-387-2609.







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Barnabas Health Teams Up With Celebrity Chef Sam Talbot To Launch “Life Is Better Healthy” Cooking Video Series

West Orange, New Jersey (PRWEB) May 05, 2015

Barnabas Health, the state’s largest not-for-profit health care system, today announced the launch of a new healthy cooking video series starring celebrity chef Sam Talbot. Talbot, a season two semi-finalist on Bravo’s Top Chef, teamed up with Barnabas Health to showcase recipes and dishes that promote wellness and healthy living. In support of the series, Barnabas Health is also re-launching an enhanced Wellness Website and the videos will be showcased on social media.

“Building healthier communities is a crucial part of Barnabas Health’s mission,” said Barry H. Ostrowsky, President and Chief Executive Officer, Barnabas Health. “As we become more intimately involved with our communities’ wellness in places where people work, live, and play, we will be providing education programs that will yield measurable behavior changes and health outcomes. This video series is another way for us to impact the well-being of the communities we serve.”

Diagnosed at a young age with Type 1 Diabetes, Talbot lives with a deep understanding of the impact food can have on a person’s life. This perspective has allowed him to develop unique recipes highlighting the importance of eating right and cooking healthy.    

Talbot is featured in 11 videos with Barnabas Health dieticians combining the science of nutrition as it relates to healthy eating and wellness with the art of cooking.

“Partnering with a health care system like Barnabas Health has been a wonderful opportunity to fulfill my mission to showcase the special blend of science and the art of cooking while promoting health and wellness, said Talbot. “The videos and unique recipes were designed to make cooking enjoyable and help educate families on the importance of nutrition and eating healthy.”

The “Life is better healthy cooking series with Sam Talbot” was designed to help educate families on how to eat healthier in a fast paced, fast food environment. The series also highlights the importance of making healthy choices of fruits and vegetables instead of highly processed, fast and convenient foods. These recipes are simple, quick, nutritious, and inexpensive.

The 11-episode series includes videos on breakfast, lunch, dinner, snacking, fast food, processed food and balanced diet as well as episodes featuring seasonal foods and recipes.

Content for the videos were developed by Talbot in conjunction with Barbara Mintz, RD, Vice President of Healthy Living and Community Engagement for Barnabas Health.

In addition to the ‘Life is better healthy’ cooking videos, the enhanced Wellness Website also features healthy recipes, health quizzes, diet and exercise tips, age-specific guidelines for appropriate health screenings and tests, as well as health blogs and an A to Z health library.

“This website and the new, interactive content featured were developed to promote healthier eating habits and healthier living,” says Ms. Mintz. “Our goal is to help the community become more informed about the importance of healthful eating and the positive impacts it can have on their overall health and wellness.”

“At Barnabas Health, ‘Life is better healthy’ is not just our motto – it’s our way of life. We incorporated that philosophy into this website redesign and truly made it all about the people we serve and gave them access to resources they can use to achieve optimal health,” added Ms. Mintz.

For more information or to explore the new website, visit http://www.BarnabasHealth.org/Wellness.

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Healthy Vitamins Joins with MegaFood to Announce New Mens and Womens Boosters with Maca for Men and Women


(PRWEB) March 31, 2015

Gail Bowman, owner of Healthy Vitamins, an online health food store, stated today, “The MegaFood company has recently come out with a line of booster powders to add to smoothies. These very popular powders allow you to use your regular smoothie ingredients, but add a pop of something special like; Turmeric, Vitamin C or a Daily Purifier. This week, MegaFood has announced their latest addition to this line with a new Daily Maca formula for Men and Women over 40!”

Maca, a root that belongs to the radish family, is most commonly available in powder form. Grown in the mountains of Peru, it has been called “Peruvian ginseng.” For centuries, Maca has been prized for its vitamin-rich nutrients and hormone-balancing properties by the people of Peru. Recently, Maca has been gaining in popularity in the United States for its health benefits.

Acoording to Nava Atlas of VegKitchen.com, Some of the health benefits of Maca are:

1. Vitamins

Maca is rich in vitamin B vitamins, C, and E. It provides plenty of calcium, zinc, iron, magnesium, phosphorous and amino acids.

2. Sexual function

Maca is widely used to promote sexual function of both men and women. It serves as a boost to libido and increases endurance. At the same time it balances hormones and increases fertility.

3. Women’s health and mood

Maca relieves menstrual issues and menopause. It alleviates cramps, body pain, hot flashes, anxiety, mood swings, and depression.

4. Energy

Within days of using maca, energy levels may increase. It is also known for increasing stamina. Many athletes take maca for peak performance.

5. General health

Maca helps overall health in a number of ways. It supplies iron and helps restore red blood cells, which aids anemia and cardiovascular diseases. Maca keeps bones and teeth healthy and promotes wound healing. When used in conjunction with a good workout regime, Maca may help increase muscle mass.

6. Skin

Many people take maca for skin issues, as for some people it helps to clear acne and blemishes. Another benefit for skin is that it may decrease sensitivity. In hot or cold weather, maca may help your skin withstand extreme temperatures.

7. Mood balance

Maca may help alleviate symptoms of anxiety, stress, depression or mood swings, though evidence is anecdotal. Some have reported an increase in mental energy and focus.

MegaFood’s new Nutrient Booster Powders have been specially formulated with Maca and synergistic herbs including black cohosh for woman and saw palmetto for men to help support changes that come with aging.

With the Daily Maca Booster Powders, Megafood has harnessed all the benefits of Maca, which isn’t always easy to find at the store, and has conveniently made it into an unsweetened whole food powder, so customers can easily add it to smoothies, fresh juices, protein shakes and more.

According to Megafood spokeswoman Stacey Gillespie, FoodState Director of New Products, “Although Maca’s popularity amongst healthy consumers has recently grown, there have been limited available products that combine organic maca with other vitalizing, body-rejuvenating herbs, until now. At MegaFood, we are committed to crafting nourishing supplements that not only stay true to the intention of food, but also make it easy and convenient for consumers to incorporate a variety of eclectic foods into their diet, without all of the challenges of trying to find and prepare these elusive ingredients. These new nutrient powders are hands-down the easiest, most convenient way to include Maca and other amazing anti-aging herbs into your daily routine.”

Daily Maca Plus Women Over 40 helps women who are experiencing hormonal imbalances and conditions related to perimenopause and menopause, as it provides relief from occasional conditions related to menopause including hot flashes, moodiness, sleep disturbances and cramping, while simultaneously promoting vitality, heart health and a positive outlook.

For men, Daily Maca Plus Men Over 40 is designed to support energy, stamina and vitality, while MegaFood’s Eleuthero root plus Rhodiola root promotes healthy endurance, mental performance and core inner energy.

Healthy Vitamins will have these brand new products in stock and on special sale this month, April 2015 (Starting March 31, 2015). Adding the products to your cart on this Sale Page, will automatically load the sale discount. Gail Bowman has owned and operated Healthy vitamins since 2003, and has specialized in whole food, organic and Non GMO supplements from the very first.







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Healthy Nutrition and Exercise

What is Healthy Nutrition and Exercise?

Healthy nutrition and exercise are crucial to leading healthy lives and feeling your best at all times. It takes hard work and determination to continue this goal daily and work at keeping your body in the best shape possible. Some people think that nutrition or exercise are not for them. If you think that you do not have enough time for these things, then please think again. Nutrition and exercise are two very important concepts for everyone to understand.

First of all, nutrition is all about eating healthy and make the correct choices with your diet. It is important to eat a variety of foods packed with nutrients and vitamins for your overall health and well-being. I am sure that you have tried dieting before or may be in the middle of a long battle with staying healthy. Nutrition can be complex, but you can usually figure out for yourself if the foods that you are eating are good for you. When you decide to start eating healthier, it needs to begin with researching information on nutrition and the best food available for you. Everything that you eat gives your body fuel, and you want your body to run on the best fuel available.

Healthy Food Choices

Vegetables:

Avocados
Beets
Bell Peppers
Cabbage
Eggplant
Green Beans
Onions
Spinach
Squash
Tomatoes
Turnip Greens

Fruits:

Apples
Bananas
Figs
Grapefruit
Grapes
Oranges
Pineapples
Strawberries
Watermelon

Although nutrition is a big part of the picture, your time should also be filled with regular exercise. Healthy exercise is a big section of increased fitness. Exercise has been show to decrease depression. It also helps you feel better and reduces stress. I find that exercise keeps me going each day, and makes feel accomplished after each workout. Try to make a workout plan that fits your schedule and adapt it to meet your needs. All it takes is a willing mind and a goal to get moving. Remember that staying healthy with nutrition and exercise will always be beneficial to you. The more you are committed, the better results you will achieve. Being healthy is all about knowing your goals and meeting them with dedication and perseverence.

I am a leading enthusiast of health and different ways that people can mold their everyday lives to increase their nutrition and exercise. I love to find healthy foods to eat and experiment with new kinds of health information. I am also an avid runner, and it is my favorite form of exercise.

Please visit my website for more information on Healthy Nutrition and Exercise

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Bright Road Recovery Announces It Will Treat Orthorexia, Or Healthy Eating Gone Wrong


(PRWEB) March 11, 2015

Articles about clean eating, juice cleanses, veganism, the Paleo diet, low-carb eating and countless others are everywhere these days, making it difficult to know just what exactly to eat. Everyone has a friend who swears by one eating style or another, and people who are able to stick with a diet get endless praise about their willpower and lifestyle.

But dieting can hide a new kind of eating disorder. Studies show that some people, in an attempt to become healthy, develop an obsession around healthy eating that, like anorexia, can impact health and wellness. Called orthorexia, it is the slow elimination of foods from the diet which affects the ability to eat normally.

A person with orthorexia is focused on defining and strictly maintaining a perfect diet. Orthorexia may manifest as an aversion to foods with artificial ingredients, non-organic foods or GMO foods. It can extend to foods containing sugar, fat, salt, dairy or other ingredients the person might consider unhealthy.

“Orthorexia is an insidious condition,” said Claire St John, a Registered Dietitian at Bright Road Recovery in Claremont, CA. “Healthy eaters get all kinds of positive feedback from friends and family about how great their diet is and how admirable their willpower is. This can lead to further food elimination until there are very few ‘okay’ foods, resulting in food fixation, inability to eat with others and, at worst, nutrient deficiencies and dangerously low body weight.”

Bright Road Recovery, an outpatient eating disorder treatment center in Claremont Village, is well placed to address orthorexia with its new Health & Wellness program, offering nutrition and fitness counseling that rejects the diet hype and helps clients meet their goals without sacrificing their health or enjoyment of food.

“Our Health & Wellness program is tailored to each client,” said Tamson Overholtzer, Bright Road Recovery’s Executive Director. “We start with professional nutritional counseling, and then depending on a client’s needs, we may suggest other resources to support any areas of concern. It’s a healthy way for clients to achieve their goals without slipping into a problem they didn’t see coming.”

Bright Road Recovery is the first outpatient eating disorder program in our area to make general nutritional counseling available outside of the eating disorder treatment program.

“Our expanded services meet the needs of clients who are stepping down from higher levels of care or who are looking for nutritional guidance unrelated to eating disorders, but with an eye toward protecting against developing disordered eating habits”, Overholtzer said.

For additional information, see our website at http://www.brightroadrecovery.com or contact us at (909)994-1436.







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