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Have a Good Laugh

Check out these titles:  Laughing 'better than latest technology for leg ulcers'; Laughing helps healing process; Laughter can keep the weight off; Laughter ‘protects the heart’; and, Study reveals laughter really is the best medicine. The research continues to come … [Read More...]

Why Am I Still Fat?

If you have been working on eating healthy yet find yourself pondering this dilemma, it may be time to take a look at what you are drinking. Many common beverage choices contain around 150 calories per serving.  This includes soda, beer, sport drinks and sweetened … [Read More...]

Financial Benefits of a Healthy Diet and Lifestyle

Since so many chronic diseases and obesity along with related hospital stays and doctor visits are directly linked to poor diet and lifestyle choices, we definitely advise taking the healthy approach which is actually quite easy as well as cost effective. Here are … [Read More...]

Activity As A Sleep Aid

Step 5 in TurboCharged is all about increasing your daily activity.  Getting up off your butt and moving more has many benefits.  A study from Oregon State University concluded that regular activity will not only keep you more alert during the day but will improve your … [Read More...]

Radical Responsibility

Ever hear of the concept of radical responsibility? The core message is that we as individuals create everything that’s happening in our lives.  It is only when we accept complete responsibility for everything, good and bad, that we can reclaim our personal power, … [Read More...]

Healthy New Year Snacks

Already made a New Year’s resolution to eat healthier and lose those unwanted pounds? Crash dieting usually doesn’t work and it is true that man cannot live on bread alone so you need to have a plan. Your plan should revolve around eating whole natural foods and meals … [Read More...]

What You Eat or When You Eat?

Scientists at the Salk Institute for Biological Studies found that limiting regular eating times and extending the daily fasting period may override the adverse health effects of a high-fat diet and prevent obesity, diabetes and liver disease in mice.  It seems that … [Read More...]