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Slimmer Waist Lines

Did you know that just an extra four inches on your waist may put you at greater risk of dying from heart disease, cancer or diabetes. Researchers from the American Cancer Society followed more than 100,000 older people – ages 50 to 75 – for 9 years. Throughout the course of the study, participants were […]

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Have You Made a New Year’s Resolution?

December is here and now is the time to plan your New Year’s Resolutions. For many of us, the new year means opportunity for a new start. If your considering improving your health and wellness in the new year I’d like to invite you to join the Free wellness program offered five days a week […]

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Keep Yourself Healthy and Active  to Help Avoid the Winter Blues

Planning Ahead Did you know some people experience a condition called seasonal affective disorder (SAD) which is when a lack of sunlight leads to a depressed, lethargic state? Some symptoms include weight gain, cravings for sweet and starchy foods, drops in energy levels and a desire to oversleep. Treatments are available to reduce the symptoms […]

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A Fitness Challenge can be a very healthy way to keep motivated!

The ladies at the Los Fresnos Memorial Park and I are very excited about the upcoming Boots on the Ground Mud Run and Obstacle course event happening on Sat Nov 8th! The event will feature a 5k and a 10k Mud Run with over 20 different Obstacles for adults and a One Mile Run plus […]

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Help Support the Fight Against Breast Cancer

Join us Oct 31st for a Free hour and a half long Superhero Zumbathon! This event begins at 8:30am and will take place at the Los Fresnos Memorial Park at 900 N. Arroyo Blvd. Come wearing your favorite superhero shirt or costume as we support the fight against Breast Cancer. (Costume is not required for […]

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Eating Fish Regularly Can Help Manage Your Body Weight

The American Heart Association recommends eating two servings of fish each week, or about 7 ounces per week, to help reduce your risk for heart disease. Protein Tilapia is a high-quality, complete protein and contains all the essential amino acids your body requires from your diet to help build proteins. One 3.5-ounce portion of tilapia […]

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FREE Zumbathon at the Park!

Join us for the 1st Annual Pink Party Zumbathon at the Los Fresnos Memorial Park scheduled Friday Oct 17th from 8:30am-10. Save the date and don’t forget to wear Pink! Meet Breast Cancer Survivors and hear their testimonies on how they overcame cancer. Learn about the importance of keeping healthy and how this could help […]

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OCTOBER IS BREAST CANCER AWARENESS MONTH

Every year over 200,000 American women are diagnosed with breast cancer. Breast cancer is the most common cancer among American women, except for skin cancers. About 1 in 8 (12%) women in the US will develop invasive breast cancer during their lifetime. The American Cancer Society’s estimates for breast cancer in the United States for […]

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FROM DESPAIR TO HEALTHY, PHYSICALLY FIT AND HOPEFUL FOR THE FUTURE

I am not an expert, but simply a normal human being who until very recently felt healthy, but my body was saying otherwise. I am an oldest child of 3 who grew up with her grandparents and saw her parents occasionally when possible. Like most people, life happened and I underwent many difficulties and struggles. […]

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Exercising through the Fall and Winter?  How to Stay Motivated

Knowing how to stay motivated throughout the fall and winter seasons is more important than you might think. The warm temperatures and longer hours of sunlight in spring and summer make playing sports, walking, biking, swimming and jogging outdoors much easier. If the coming weather leaves you feeling unmotivated, planning ahead may help in your […]

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