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Workout of the Week: Squats

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This week, we’re working on your glutes and thighs. 1. Stand with your feet about hip-distance apart. Your toes should be facing forward and knees are slightly bent. Pelvis is neutral, [&hellip…

Workout of the Week: Bicep Curls

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Today, we’re going to talk about your arms. They’re going to look great in short sleeves this summer. We’re going to start with bicep curls – super easy [&hellip…

"Whole Living" Taste Test: Six All-Natural Alternatives to Refined Sugar

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You want to cut down on your sugar intake, but you like some sweet in your day, and the idea of downing packets of chemicals in your coffee [&hellip…

Have Your Cake and Be Healthy Too: Five Heart-Healthy Ingredient Swaps for Baking

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A sweet tooth doesn’t have to lead you to a poor diet. Elizabeth Stein has tested hundreds of recipes in her work as a holisitic nutrition counselor and [&hellip…

Meatless Monday: Sweet and Sour Tofu with Vegetables

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While sweet and sour might conjure up visions of a deeply red, thick, overly sweet sauce, this one is light and flavorful with the perfect balance between sweet [&hellip…

Putting a Healthy Spin on Baking Day

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If you’re an avid cook like me, I’m sure you’ve noticed the increasing number of cookbooks available which encourage us to cook with locally grown vegetables. With the growing number [&hellip…

Whole Living Action Plan: Five Simple Ways to Add Relaxation to Your Day

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All month long the experts who created the Whole Living Action Plan 28-Day Challenge are joining us on “Whole Living” to answer your questions about everything from doing [&hellip…

Why Willpower Doesn't Work: A Conversation with Dan Akst

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I recently interviewed Dan Akst, author of We Have Met the Enemy: Self-Control in an Age of Excess about how we’ve let slip our handle on self-discipline…and how [&hellip…