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Is Your Dinner Quick, Affordable, and ABCD Healthy™? (video)

By at March 6, 2011 | 6:44 pm | 1 Comments

Is Your Dinner Quick, Affordable, and ABCD Healthy™? (video)

Is Your Dinner Quick, Affordable, and ABCD Healthy™? By Nurse Kimberly While I was choosing my ABCD Healthy™ lunch items at Wal-mart the other day I also picked up everything I would need for my ABCD Healthy™ dinners. As promised each week I will try to share a ABCD Healthy™ lunch and dinner idea for you and your family to try. var playerhost = (("https:" == more...

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Balance Beam Fun and Simon Says Activity

By at March 2, 2011 | 1:27 pm | 0 Comment

Balance Beam Fun and Simon Says Activity

Balance Beam Fun & Simon Says by Dr. Britt Balance is the ability to move your body under control.  It is important due to the fact that it is related to concentration skills.  Improving your balance improves your concentration.  With better concentration, you are more likely to pay attention and learn more effectively. Body Image is knowing where you (or your more...

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Reflexology – a time tested technique!

By at March 1, 2011 | 9:25 pm | 0 Comment

Reflexology – a time tested technique!

Reflexology - a time tested technique! by Angie, R.N. Foot Health Zone: Let's explore the good health of our feet. Did you know that each foot has 26 bones? Did you know the foot has areas or zones that when pressed are thought to affect the rest of the body?  It is described in one word - REFLEXOLOGY! It is thought that by applying pressure to certain areas of more...

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What is Starch?

By at February 28, 2011 | 2:08 pm | 2 Comments

What is Starch?

What is Starch? by Professor Jay Starch is a carbohydrate. The 3 major dietary carbohydrates are sugar, fiber, and starch. Some of the most common sugars, also known as simple sugars, include glucose, fructose, sucrose, and lactose. Fiber is made from the sugar, glucose. We do not have enzymes that can break down fiber so we cannot directly access the glucose. But, more...

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Genes and Metabolism Did Not Make Us Fat. Here is What Did. (Part I)

By at February 27, 2011 | 6:00 pm | 11 Comments

Genes and Metabolism Did Not Make Us Fat. Here is What Did. (Part I)

Genes and Metabolism Didn’t Make Us Fat. Here’s What Did. by Professor Jay Because of obesity, for the first time is U.S. history medical experts are predicting that this generation of children is on track to have a shorter lifespan than their parents. In the last three decades, this new number one cause of preventable death has doubled in adults and tripled in more...

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