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Serenity Day Spa’s Newest Guest Blogger!

Thanks to Jen at Serenity Day Spa and Wellness Center for sharing my latest blog on their website! -No better way to beat off this cold and flu season with a workout- Enjoy! It’s that time again – cold and flu season. Who doesn’t know someone, even themselves, who has been fighting off a long lasting […]

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10 Top Tips for a Healthier Holiday Season

With the list of holiday outings on the calendar since October, this time of year brings families and friends together to celebrate many wonderful traditions. It’s also an opportunity for plenty of socializing, eating, and drinking. It’s also a time many struggle to keep their healthy diet intact. Even the most disciplined people struggle with […]

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Naturally, Beautifully and Functionally Fit

Try a Thighmaster? If you spend any time watching late night TV, fitness seems to have gotten so complicated. Buy this video, try this new gear, and wear these clothes. But wait, there’s more. Drink this shake, eat this food, and follow this plan. All for one low price, if you act now.  Is it […]

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Doc Baker’s hits Doylestown!

A client and I took a trip to Doc Baker’s Farmulations, Doylestown Borough’s newest bar. Not your typical bar, mind you. We have plenty of those. Doc Baker’s is a juice bar, which features cold pressed juices and plant-based food. I’m always on the lookout for healthy options for my clients who like to dine out.  We tried out […]

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3 Sneaky Sabotagers to Weight Loss?

With Halloween and the winter holidays right around the corner, we may be setting ourselves up for a crazy battle of temptations and anxiety with food.  Now for some statistics to make it even more real: Did you know that 100% of the US adult population is projected to be obese within two decades??!!  Not just […]

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Obesity and Mental Decline – Another Reason to Fight the Fat

Researchers in Britain have found yet another reason to be concerned about our growing obesity problem. In their research of over 6000 people, they found that obesity may have a more rapid decline in cognitive skills and memory. This study spanned over ten years which during that time, participants were tested 3 times. These tests included cognitive […]

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