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Availability of Unhealthy Fast Foods Adding to Obesity and Healthcare Crisis.

Availability of Unhealthy Fast Foods Adding to Obesity and Healthcare Crisis.

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Don’t Eat This: Bagels

Don’t Eat This: Bagels

                        Day 2 of the 31 Days of Wellness addresses a food to avoid. I grew up in New York eating bagels. My favorite was sesame with cream cheese and chive. Warm; slightly toasted. Coffee, milk and sugar, to wash it down. Several years […]

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Thirty-One Days of Wellness: A Recap of the Month

During the month of January, Chuck Garcia and I posted 31 entries to reflect a broad range of topics related to health and wellness – topics that you can review for the entire year. To make them easily accessible, I have re-posted them on a single blog entry. Enjoy them again, and share them with […]

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Healthy Breakfast: #1 Meal of the Day with Dan Campolieta

This is a great educational video from Dan Campolieta, a trainer in Connecticut, who happens to be my nephew. Dan explains his breakfast plan, and why it is important to start the day off with a sold breakfast. This is a point that cannot be underestimated. When not educating on the benefits of exercise and […]

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Day 2: Eating Salad for Breakfast-Revisited

Day 2: Eating Salad for Breakfast-Revisited

Editors Note: Every day we are launching the January 2012 collection of daily blog entries for the “31 Days of Wellness”, our annual celebration of the New Year, and the opportunity to start anew as we ring in the New Year. Enjoy, visit us daily, and send us your feedback. Dr. Joe Galati This past […]

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Eat Salad for Breakfast: Recommendations for a Better Breakfast Experience

Eat Salad for Breakfast: Recommendations for a Better Breakfast Experience

                                    This past week on Your Health First, I discussed why it’s a good idea to think about eating salad for breakfast. Listen to the podcast┬áhere. Let me know what you think.

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