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July 14, 2021
Foods That Are Common Culprits of Digestive Issues

Food is one of life’s joys. There are so many wondrous varieties that the sheer number of options is astounding. Flavors abound and run the entire range of what humans can taste. Of course, how tasty some foods can be can make it tough to make good choices when it comes to the foods we […]

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July 14, 2021
Habits That Can Be Causing You to Lose Sleep

One of the most important things you can do to feel energized, healthy and productive is getting enough sleep. If you feel like that is one thing you are lacking, you may want to look at your bedtime habits and evaluate what needs to be changed to help you get the rest you need! Eating […]

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June 27, 2021
How to Make Sure Your Kids Have a Healthy Diet

Children are known for being hard to please when it comes to food. You may think that there will always be something your kids would rather eat than what you made. However, much of the control can be shifted back to you if you are willing to put in the effort and ensure your kids’ […]

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May 24, 2021
How to Feel Better About Yourself With Good Dental Care

One of the best ways to feel confident about yourself is to take care of your teeth! Knowing that your teeth look clean and healthy increases the comfort you may feel in conversing with people and smiling. Teeth whitening treatments, efforts to straighten your teeth, and preventing bad breath and bacteria buildup will help your […]

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February 10, 2020
How to Stay Healthy as You Get Older

There are advantages to getting older, but it's important to be proactive about your health as you age. Luckily, there are things you can do to stay healthy as you grow older. Here are a few ideas. Take a More Proactive Approach As you age, it's important not to wait until something goes wrong with […]

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February 2, 2020
How to Help a Friend Overcome an Addiction Issue

When someone reaches out to us for help, all we want is to make them better, but addiction is not a problem you can solve for someone else. The only way your friend can truly overcome substance abuse is to want it and pursue it themselves. However, support from loved ones is one of the most important parts of recovery. There are several things you should know if you’re helping someone recover from addiction.

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October 21, 2019
HPV Gardasil Vaccine Mandate

I want to state that this post isn't about anti or pro vaccinations. It is about parental (and personal) rights. Period. For the record, my current position is that I am against vaccinations whose health risks outweight the benefits, that is all. NYS is about to pass a law mandating the HPV Vaccine (Gardasil) for […]

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May 23, 2019
Intermittent Fasting

What is fasting? Whenever I suggest that people fast for weight loss or to help diabetics I always get the same stare and comment. “I am not going to starve myself!” Let’s define some terms: Starvation: To starve is an involuntary or unintentional avoidance of food. Usually this if from an injury or a famine […]

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April 6, 2019
The Carbohydrate Conundrum

Healthy Carbs Are Fine, Remove The Unhealthy! I will never tell you "remove all carbs from your diet" because many foods, even whole foods, contain carbohydrates. All foods have some combination of the three macronutrients, Fat, Carbs, Protein, just in varying amounts. Yes some may have only 1 or 2, like fat, while most have […]

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March 26, 2019
The Power of Protein

Does Protein Make You Fat? Today we'll study the second macro-nutrient, Protein. In a previous article, we discovered that the macro-nutrient fat, doesn’t make you fat. We’ve learned in previous lessons that carbs absolutely make you fat and we will get into that next week when we focus on carbohydrates, but we’ve been told to […]

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February 17, 2019
The Skinny on Fats

Does fat make you fat or is fat healthy for you? Well, let’s start with this. In the “old days” fat was evil. Fat they said, makes you fat. So America started turning to the fat-free craze. The problem was that lead us to high obesity and diabetes rates. Why? Because companies substituted fat with […]

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February 6, 2019
Eat Real Whole Foods

Eat only real whole foods, no processed foods! This week we get serious. First, we removed added sugar from our diets. Now it's all about removing anything that resembles food, but is not a real food. I call them Frankenfoods.  These are most processed foods that people THINK are real foods, but I am going […]

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January 29, 2019
9 Reasons to Avoid Added Sugar

You always hear that sugar is bad and when it comes to weight loss (and health) it's the number one thing you hear about. But do you know why? As you read in my previous article on tips for weight loss, the very first tip (and thing I have my clients give up) is added […]

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January 27, 2019
Sensei of Wellness’ Top 10 General Wellness Tips

Yes, you want weight loss tips, and I’ve given you that. But there are other aspects of health besides your weight, and the truth is, they go hand in hand and complement each other. Although the following tips are more “wellness” related, they also help with your weight loss. So make sure to incorporate these […]

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January 27, 2019
Sensei of Wellness’ 8 Week Weight Loss Tips

It is my belief you should not exercise specifically for weight loss. Let me be clear, I am not saying you should not exercise. Exercise without a proper eating plan will only lead to failure. They are the Yin and Yang of wellness. But when it comes to weight loss, what, when, and how you […]

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