Monthly Archives: December 2014

Fudge Brownies

These gooey brownies only look unhealthy. Thanks to smart substitutions, they deliver less than 3 grams of sat-fat intake per serving. The American Heart Association recommends that a person requiring 2,000 calories a day eat less than 16 grams of … Continue reading

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Inspiration from Ellyn Houston for a healthier New Year

A resolution to live: Ellyn Houston’s 200-pound weight-loss journey with diet, exercise — and resolve. Posted on December 29, 2014 by hometownheadlines By Natalie Simms For Roman Ellyn Houston, her goal to lose weight was more than a New … Continue reading

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Health Tip: 12 Ways to a Healthier Holiday

‘Tis the season to stay well (HealthDay News) — No one wants to be sick over the holidays. So, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention offers these 12 tips to help you stay healthier: Wash hands frequently. Bundle … Continue reading

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Spicy Sweet Potato Wedges

Cholesterol-free french fries? You got ’em. Baking these peppery sweet potatoes at a high heat ensures a soft interior and slightly crisp and caramelized exterior without all the added fat of frying. Plus, one serving supplies all your daily vitamin … Continue reading

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17 Holiday Health Tips

Follow this advice to enjoy a little holiday indulgence without sacrificing your health goals. WE

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Give the gift of Vitality!

Give the gift of Vitality this Christmas! Show a family or friend that you value their health and wellness by giving them a gift certificate for a membership at Harbin Clinic Vitality Fitness Center. Memberships can be purchased for 3, … Continue reading

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Buttermilk Pralines

Buttermilk Pralines Though this recipe seems rich, it won’t actually do much damage to your diet. It relies on buttermilk, not butter, to create a mildly sweet flavor. And with a base of pecans, you’ll get plenty of monounsaturated (good) … Continue reading

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