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Habits That Healthy People Love Practicing

When one thinks of what healthy people practice, the first things that come to mind are sticking to their diet and exercise. But there is so much more to health than that! Physical health is only one pillar of self-care— relaxing activities, connecting with others, adequate rest and hydration are the others. Let’s look at some habits that healthy people love practicing, and how to incorporate them into your lifestyle today. Strive to Embrace a “work hard, play hard” mentality. Just lik
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Early Symptoms of Diabetes & The Risk Factors

It can catch you by surprise. Type 2 diabetes may develop gradually, and early symptoms, which can be subtle or seemingly insignificant, may easily go unnoticed or overlooked. Since early symptoms of diabetes may be difficult to spot, it is crucial that you go to your doctor for regular check ups, especially if you are overweight. As with any health issue, the earlier you catch and treat diabetes, the better. Learn about the signs and symptoms to help answer the question, “Are you at risk?”.
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Thyroid & Weight Gain: What You Need to Know

Your thyroid could be thwarting your plans to lose weight. "My thy-what?" you say. Yes, your thyroid. The butterfly-shaped gland in your lower neck could be holding you back, and it could be impacting more than just your weight loss journey. Here's why you should pay attention to your thyroid gland, and what you can do to keep it healthy. The boss of your metabolism The thyroid gland is so important that the month of January is dedicated to Thyroid Awareness. This gland is a powerhouse
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6 Mindful Eating Tips & Practices for Weight Loss

We’re all familiar with stopping to smell the roses, but when was the last time you put it into practice? Mindfulness is the act of slowing down, being attentive and aware to the here and now. Applying the habit of mindfulness when eating is a positive skill that we at Jenny Craig encourage all the time because it enables you to savor your meal and eat the right amount of food.  We understand that a full schedule can derail healthy eating habits, especially when the norm is to eat quickl
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To Splurge or Not?

Whether a splurge is planned in advance or comes up unexpectedly, you can eliminate guilt or prevent a potential lapse by taking control of your choices. Enter the splurge of choice in your planner or tracker. Aim for 250 calories or less. Then, if you choose, you can offset the extra calories from a splurge by increasing your physical activity.   Use the chart below to see how much exercise it takes to make up for your splurge. This could even motivate you to change your decision on w
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