Water is best for staying Hydrated! Keep cool!

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Love eggs? Great news for those who had been told eggs were bad for you. To be honest I never believed they were bad for us. They are a great source of protein and they are yummy!

Ease up on sugar and saturated fats — but don't worry so much about cholesterol

We have wonderful hiking trails here in the Portland Metro area that are accessible all year!

British and American scientists have published new research showing that group nature walks help us combat stress while boosting mental well-being.

Are you getting enough Vitamin D this winter?

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"This study underscores the importance of weight training in reducing abdominal obesity, especially among the elderly," Frank Hu, professor of nutrition and epidemiology at HSPH and senior author of the study, said in a statement. "To maintain a healthy weight and waistline, it is critical to incorporate weight training with aerobic exercise."

By now, you probably know that upping the ante on your core workouts won't unveil the six-pack abs of your dreams. It's simply impossible to reduce body fat in a specific area, no matter how much you curse that little something extra around your midd...

5 Tips to keeping trim this holiday season!
1. Keep up on your exercise routine or add a walk/run if out of town.
2. Fill half your plate with salad and veggies.
3. Keep to one plate that isn't heaping or overflowing.
4. Share a dessert....
5. Slow down and enjoy your meal with your family and or friends!.

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How much do you walk daily? Weekly?

NEW YORK (Reuters) - Walking may never become as trendy as CrossFit, as sexy as mud runs or as ego-boosting as Ironman races but for fitness experts who stress daily movement over workouts and an active
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What one thing can you do today to move more? Tomorrow?

One study says American diets have remained the same for the last 20 years

Need some color in your life?

Improve your health with the help of these colorful, good-for-you foods

The sun is out! Take a 15 minute break from work and get some free vitamin D!

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Weight-loss companies charged with false advertising

The Federal Trade Commission has charged Sensa, LeanSpa, L'Occitane and HCG Diet Direct with making unsubstantiated claims about their weight loss products.


Instead of buying products that don't work, may I suggest a good pair of hiking shoes?

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Team Fitway Lifestyle will be at the Regatta Run this Saturday. Are you going?

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Fit City Tualatin

Regatta Run is only 4 days away! Register online today at

Costume Contest judging at 8:30 am. Are y...ou dressing up?

Remember! Race Packet Pick up is Friday, Oct. 18 from 10:00am-8:00pm at Road Runner Sports in the Nyberg Woods Shopping Center

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"The analysis adds to evidence showing the benefit of non-medical approaches to disease through behavior and lifestyle changes"

Physical activity may be as effective as drugs in treating heart disease and should be included as a comparison in the development of new medicines, according to a review published today in the British Medical Journal.

What are your top reasons for exercising?

Maybe you exercise to tone your thighs, build your biceps, or flatten your belly. Or maybe you work out to ward off the big killers like heart disease, diabetes, and cancer. But how about sweating to improve your mind? "Exercise is the single best thing you can do for your brain in terms of mood, me...

"FDA-approved uses for prescription HCG products include female fertility and select hormonal treatment in males, and the FDA has not approved prescription HCG for any other uses, including weight loss," FDA spokeswoman Christopher Kelly says. "FDA has received reports of HCG injections for weight-loss associated with pulmonary embolism, depression, cerebrovascular issues, cardiac arrest and even death."

There's something about fall — with its back-to-school, new-start feeling — that compels many of us to revisit our plans to diet, and sometimes those plans involve fads.