February 11, 2014

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13 Things You Didn’t Know About Organic Food

Before you buy organic or natural foods, see what today’s food experts told us about making smart food choices. “Organic” isn’t a new idea. Before World War II, all crops were organic. It was only afterward that farms used new, synthetic pesticides and chemicals to minimize weed, insects, and rodent damage. What’s not new? Many […]

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February 9, 2014

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Exercise Calories: 10 Winter Exercises That Burn The Most Calories

According to FindTheBest.com’s Top 10 Ways to Burn Calories this Winter list, which compares the number of calories burned in activities as sourced by the National Cancer Institute, the following 10 exercises will not only burn calories but will break your tired exercise routine. Everyone knows how important routine exercise is, but many of us don’t realize the importance […]

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February 5, 2014

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The Hidden Cost of Convenience

Doesn’t Convenience Usually Cost More? Convenience is typically priced at a premium for those who would rather save time than money. We’re accustomed to paying more for conveniences like valet parking. And we know we’ll pay more for items at convenience stores. So why then do prepared foods appear to be cheaper than whole foods? […]

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January 29, 2014

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Why You Should Do Pilates

You are only as old as your spine. Well, according to Joseph Pilates, that is. When he was creating his program, originally called Contrology, it was designed as a way to help with flexibility, which he thought was paramount for good health. Joseph Pilates once said, “If your spine is inflexibly stiff at 30, you are old; if it is completely […]

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