Obesity in America is Becoming the Leading Cause of Preventable Death

According to data from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), over one-third of U.S. adults (~36%) are obese and approximately 12.5 million children and adolescents aged 2-19 (17%) are obese. Obesity puts individuals at risk for many of the leading causes of death, including heart disease, stroke, some types of cancer, respiratory diseases, diabetes and kidney disease. The HBO series The Weight of the Nation, is on YouTube in a number of videos that explore obesity in America and how it affec...
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Earn From Home Promoting Beauty and Healthy, Radiant Skin

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This is a great time to promote glamour and beauty with your own home-based business.  With products from Total Life Changes you can help others look their absolute best, maintain a beauty regimen while fighting the signs of aging.     Save
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I Think I’m Overweight, Now What?

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If you find that you're overweight or obese, the bad news is that you may be at risk for a number of health related issues.  The good news is that being overweight or obese doesn't have to be a permanent condition. It can be managed, improved and totally eliminated with the right information and an action plan. Find out how you can take steps to improve the way you look and feel and take charge of your overall health. Save
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Start Your Fitness Routine with Simple Stretches: Relax and Enjoy the Moment

We're working hard to improve our overall wellness and that's great!  If you're visiting the gym, working out at home, doing yoga, incorporating extra steps, power walking, running etc. to improve your health, you're not alone.  People of all ages are learning more about the benefits of working out and eating for better nutrition vs. a sedentary lifestyle, emotional eating and consuming empty calories that keeps our bodies in weight gaining mode.
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The Effects of Soda Versus Tea… Iaso Tea That Is!

It's amazing to know that soda (soft drinks or "pop" as it's called in certain areas of the country) is one of the most popular beverages in the United States, second only to water.  Americans guzzle 57 gallons of soda per person every year.  Because of the recent rise in obesity in the U.S., a lot of research has been done to determine what happens when consumers drink soda. Just so you know, I'm on a journey to lose weight and improve my health and I was an avid soft drink connoisseur. My dri...
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Wellness Professionals: Expand Your Product Line and Quickly Grow Your Business

If you're a stylist, personal trainer, make up artist, masseuse, or manicurist working in a brick and mortar or an online business, you may be providing a number of personal grooming, exercise and beauty services to help your customers look and feel their best.
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