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Health & Wellness

Sugar Withdrawal:

Comment by Project Body Smart: We’re talking processed sugars. Sugars naturally found in whole foods don’t have the same levels of addiction because they are consumed in lower doses and along with many other macronutrients.  That being said, the readily available whole foods like fresh…

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Fact or Fiction: Diet and Exercise Are Enough

Written by Scott Pack AUGUST 31, 2016in Fact or Fiction  So, I’m pretty new to USANA Health Sciences. Like, hired-a-month-and-a-half-before-Convention new. And although I’ve learned a lot, I’d be lying if I said there isn’t some information overload going on—especially in prepping for Convention. One…

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How Exercise Shapes You

Far Beyond the Gym By Brad Stulberg When I first started training for marathons a little over ten years ago, my coach told me something I’ve never forgotten: that I would need to learn how to be comfortable with being uncomfortable. I didn’t know it…

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The Ketogenic Diet:

Does it live up to the hype? The pros, the cons, and the facts about this not-so-new diet craze. By Krista Scott-Dixon, Ph.D. and Helen Kollias, Ph.D If you believe the buzz, ketosis — whether via the almost-zero-carb ketogenic diet or via ketone supplements— can curb…

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Carb controversy:

Why low-carb diets have got it all wrong. By Brian St. Pierre Ask almost anyone what they need to do to lose a few pounds, and they’ll probably say: “Cut back on the carbs.” As a nutrition coach, I’ve heard it hundreds of times. While the low…

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