The 12 Easiest Healthy Eating Tips–ever!

Brain training, healthy eating can help elderly patients at risk for depression

201212jrAudreyDepression1 Julia Rendleman/Post-Gazette shot on Monday, November 25, 2013 Mark Roth/Depression series Audrey Woods, 79, (at time of the photo - turned 80 since then) was a part of a depression prevention trial, says she is happy and active. Ms. Woods said being active and mingling with others helps with depression.

Katz, M.D., M.P.H., director of the Yale University Prevention Research Center and author of Disease Proof RELATED: 11 Crazy-Delicious Desserts with Hidden Healthy Ingredients 4. Savor the occasional indulgences. “You only get one chance to live fully, so relish those opportunities to try an amazing dessert, dig in to an unforgettable meal, and enjoy with abandon.” -Daphne Oz, co-host of ABC’s The Chew and author of Relish: An Adventure in Food, Style, and Everyday Fun. 5. Make your plate pop. “When you’re making a plate of food, always ask ‘where’s the color?’ In other words, always include a colorful fruit or vegetable in each meal or snack.” -Ellie Krieger, R.D., Food garcinia cambogia reviews Network host and author of Weeknight Wonders (available January 1, 2014). 6.
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Healthy holiday habits: Moderation, exercise and not-so-rich recipes

Healthy holiday habits: Moderation, exercise and not-so-rich recipes

Egg nog Another one of Forsberg’s favorites, egg nog packs a 343-calorie wallop in one 8-ounce serving ? and nearly 21 grams of fat, O’Dell added. Burn off those calories: Most folks won’t drink http://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/garcinia-cambogia-extract—crucial-data-released-231403591.html just one serving, Walton said, so that’s nearly 700 calories. You’re looking at running ? not walking ? a 5k race.
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These expert tips will take the guesswork out of eating right once and for all.

“Oh, you’re lookin’ like you’re getting ready to fuss. Here, daddy, you better take her,” she said, handing the baby to her grandson. Ms. Woods, who just turned 80, is the lively, articulate resource coordinator for her seniors apartment complex and one five blocks away, where she sets up programs on everything from diabetes education to flu shots to blood pressure screenings. She also is the face of one of the most successful programs for preventing depression tested to date. The program was devised by Charles Reynolds, a psychiatry professor at the University of Pittsburgh, and his colleagues.
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