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    Let’s Talk Food: First food thoughts for a new year

    New Year’s resolutions are difficult, as we often say we will do it but by the end of January we have not fulfilled it and will probably forget about it. We need to make realistic ones that fit into our lifestyle and will not set us up for failure. EAT FIVE FRUITS AND VEGETABLES A DAY If you keep this thought in the back of your head and remember to eat at least five fruits/vegetables a day, you will feel guilty if you did not accomplish this by the end of the day. Start your day with fruit at breakfast.   Read More

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    Happy, healthy thoughts to ring in the New Year

    Mark A. Mahoney As we approach 2021 the importance of making a resolution to lessen our stress and focus on attaining a healthier lifestyle is particularly important. Content from some of the areas where I have focused on in past columns is presented here. They are topics which can most definitely assist us in attaining a healthier 2021 for all of us. Two of these, increasing physical activity and improving our diets is provided here. In reality 2020 has been a challenging year for many. Let’s try to employ some lifestyle changes based on science and best practices strategies for   Read More

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    The OMAD Diet Involves Eating Only One Meal A Day, And Nutritionists Have Some *Thoughts*

    Photo credit: yulka3ice – Getty Images From Women’s Health The OMAD diet, which stands for “one meal a day,” is an intermittent fasting diet in which you fast for 23 hours of the day and consume all your daily calories within one hour (which falls within the same four-hour window everyday). There are no restrictions on how many calories can be eaten during the one-hour meal period. It’s possible to lose weight on the OMAD diet, but experts say the lifestyle isn’t sustainable and the diet comes with risks. What’s your favorite meal of the day? Maybe it’s breakfast when   Read More

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