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With the season of Lent comes the opportunity to find meat alternatives each Friday. Fish, which is a great meat substitute, is not only delicious but incredibly good for you as well.

Home-made cookies and candies, sugary drinks and tempting treats will most likely be front and center during your holiday season. Lizz G., Chesterton Personal Trainer, has a few tips to help you keep your head on straight and health plan on track.

Diabetes can present itself in a variety of ways including and not limited to: frequently feeling thirsty, slow healing sores, or frequent urination. Family history, geography (eating habits or trends where you live), ethnicity, and age are all risk factors for diabetes.

As dedicated working parents, finding the right balance between work and family can be a challenging endeavor. Between the daily grind and consistent struggles of being a parent, ensuring your child's immune system remains healthy becomes a challenging priority. Thankfully, there are practical strategies that can help strengthen your child's immunity while juggling life's many demands.

Do you know the amount of water you need to keep healthy during exercise? Keep reading for the answer...

Did you know that Zucchinis were first brought to the United States in the 1920s by the Italians? And, that the flower of the zucchini plant is edible? If you would like to know more fun facts about Zucchini, read on. Guess how much the world's largest zucchini ever grown weighed.....

 One great way to get your morning started and your sluggish body moving is morning stretching. Start with any of NASM’s 5 easy mornings stretches to jump start and unlock your body for the day.

Low back pain can result from an acute injury or from chronic overuse that leads to arthritis. This, in turn, can break down the fluid-filled disks in your spine that act as shock absorbers. Whatever the cause, there are some practices you can do to strengthen your back and keep lower back pain at bay.

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