On Thursday, October 10th 2013, Miami and Beaches hosted a Twitter Party inviting The Pritikin Longevity Center + Spa to answer questions on ways to Be Healthy. Please read on for the questions and answers to some easy tips from our nutritionist, Kimberly Gomer
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You’re excited, you’re motivated, you’re seeing results with Pritikin living. Now, how do you stay motivated? Get tips from Pritikin’s psychologists and other lifestyle-change experts for developing a lifelong love affair with healthy living.
How often have we arrived at holiday parties stressed-out, shopped-out, and worn-out? Is it any wonder we say “To hell with my health” and “Let me at that buffet bar”? This year, take the edge off. We’ll show you how. Not only will you better master those buffets, you’ll end up much happier the following morning – and all through the holiday season. Here are nine tips for holiday-stress-busting success.
Staying with relatives over the holidays? Or booking a vacation? Wherever the holidays take you, here are 7 tips for enjoying life and staying on your health and weight-loss path.
There’s much in the media of late about serious mood disorders like clinical depression but little about the plain old blues. “We all have a day or two, or a week or two, when we’re just feeling blue,” says psychologist Dr. Susan Grober
In just six weeks, men and women of widely varying ages – 43 to 81 years – made simple changes in diet and exercise that resulted in profound reductions in risk for killer diseases like heart disease, diabetes, and cancer, new research has found.*
High levels of bad cholesterol such as LDL have for several years been recognized as a risk factor for the development of Alzheimer’s disease. In fact, research indicates that too much cholesterol in our blood could potentially triple the odds of getting Alzheimer’s.
The average American gains five pounds between Thanksgiving and the New Year. We are pleased to offer these ten tips from our expert doctors and nutritionists to help the wellness-minded enjoy this holiday season without cheating a healthy lifestyle and expanding the waistline.
Often we think we know more about what’s healthy than we really do. Let’s test your lifestyle knowledge.
You love broccoli. Your spouse or partner hates it. You start every day with a four-mile jog. Lifting fork to mouth is the toughest workout your partner gets. You maintain a healthy weight. He (or she) is getting chubbier, especially around the middle, the most health-damaging area of all.
Did you know that earthquakes and Mondays double the incidence of heart attacks? More and more, scientists are learning how strongly stress is linked to disease.