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Are You Setting Your Kids Up for Heart Disease and Diabetes?

People generally associate illnesses such as heart disease, diabetes and strokes with old age. But according to nutrition and wellness expert Susan Levy, the habits kids develop at a young age can affect them much later in life, for better or worse. After spending years researching and writing about the cumulative impacts that diet, exercise […]

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Ask Your Callers to Share the WORST Diet They Tried

Fun Contest with Prizes for the Funniest Story About Weight Loss “Eat only cabbage soup or only protein shakes.” “Carry a sprig of lavender with you to mask the scents wafting from bakeries and restaurants.” “Don’t eat after 8 p.m.” “Bring your own whole-wheat pasta to restaurants.” Let’s face it, when it comes to diets, […]

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How to Win the Battle of the Bulge and Still Indulge in Your Favorite Comfort Foods 

Resolving to slim down in 2014? You’re mistaken if you think battling the bulge must include cutting down on food flavor and variety … giving up your comforting go-to snacks … limiting yourself to lackluster low-cal meals … or feeling hungry all day. Invite on-air chef and certified macrobiotic health counselor Jill Skeem on your […]

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