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Olympic-Sized Advice for Joint Health

Written by Allie Henderson JANUARY 22, 2015 in Team USANA Editor’s Note: The following post was written by Bryan Fletcher, Olympic U.S. Ski Team Nordic Combined athlete, 2013 World Championship Medalist, and USANA Brand Ambassador. You can also find a version of this article on All…

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We wanna hold your hand.

When your resolution isn’t enough. So you’ve made your new year’s resolution – eat healthier, lose weight, get fit. But to keep your resolution you’ll have to navigate the daunting and often times confusing world of diet and exercise. Chances are that if you just…

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Perfectionism: When Beautiful Isn’t Beautiful Enough

12/31/2014 By Rob Sulaver.. A new study from The Bandana Training Journal of Derision and Bro-Science confirming that 107% of Americans will resolve to lose at least 5 lbs this New Years. That, my friends, is a staggering statistic. I’m not a mathematician, obviously, but…

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Take an Intention Inventory:

Lisa Lewis. Dr. Lisa Lewis (EdD, CADC-II, Licensed Psychologist). Let’s go: grab a scrap piece of paper, a napkin, or open a “post-it” on your computer, and write down 10 reasons why you work out (or “lift”, “train”, “exercise”, ect) … Don’t think too hard…

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Thank you so much

Happy New Year everyone! I would like to share my resolution for you should you choose to accept. There is so much information thrown at us every day about what to eat, what not to eat, when to eat, when not to eat, how to…

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“It’s the collapse of home cooking that led directly to the obesity epidemic.”

What 2,000 Calories Looks Like BY JOSH BARRO, TROY GRIGGS, DAVID LEONHARDT AND CLAIRE CAIN MILLER PHOTOGRAPHS BY TONY CENICOLA The nation’s largest restaurant chains have made a big deal in recent years about introducing smaller portion sizes. McDonald’s eliminated the Supersize menu, while T.G.I….

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