How to Eat Mindfully this Thanksgiving

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Good Morning America By Katie Kindelan Thanksgiving is a time of turkey, mashed potatoes, casseroles, pies, oh, and friends, family and giving thanks. Our anticipation of and obsession with food can seem at times like it’s the focus of the holiday. “Thanksgiving is a holiday with so much emotion around food attached,” said Dr….

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Exercising and Breast Cancer

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Intro In our October newsletter, we discussed how exercising can be beneficial at a mental and physical level for breast cancer patients and survivors. In this article, we wanted to touch on different types of exercises that can be advantageous, as well as exercising safely. If undergoing treatment, or if…

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Heart Health Tips for Men

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Good nutrition and lifestyle play big roles in keeping your heart healthy. You can decrease your risk of heart disease by making smart food choices. Fill up on fiber-rich whole grains, fruits, vegetables, beans and lentils. Choose plant-based fats, such as avocado, nuts, seeds and olive oil, instead of animal-based…

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Heart Health for Women

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In the United States, heart disease is the leading cause of death in women. Diet, lifestyle choices and a few other key factors play a big role in a wide range of heart conditions. Take care of your heart by choosing foods to promote overall health. Fruits and Vegetables Matter…

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Reinventing Thanksgiving

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Nothing tastes better than Turkey with all the trimmings! But what to do with leftovers? Reheating is one option. Refrigerated leftover turkey and stuffing is only good for three or four days. And, for safety’s sake, reheat to an internal temperature of 165°F . Another option: Reinvent your Thanksgiving feast…

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