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Real talk: getting from breakfast to lunch to dinner without having a nosh or two in-between is near impossible. The good news is that there's no reason to restrict yourself—having a healthy snack to tide you over is absolutely encouraged by medical pros and dietitians alike.
Here, we've rounded up ideas for 40 nutritious snacks that won't compromise on flavor. After all, rule number one for sticking to a smart meal plan is to not get bored, and these healthy tasty snacks will keep you on your toes (promise!). Plus almost all are under 200 calories, healthy, satisfying, and pro-approved―what’s not to love?
When you were little, your parents probably made sure you had an annual checkup with your doctor. But as you've grown older, you may have gotten out of this habit.
Health professionals stress that these regular exams are important to help identify risk factors and problems before they become serious. If diseases are caught early, treatments are usually much more effective. Ultimately, having a regular doctor's visit will help you live a long and healthy life.
Emotionally and financially, it can be a lot to take in when a loved one is diagnosed with dementia, Alzheimer’s or other memory issues. Shawn Plummer, director of advance annuity sales at The Annuity Expert, has experienced the emotional toll on his own family: his 89-year-old grandpa is healthy, but his grandma has late-stage Parkinson’s and the early stages of dementia. “From my point of view, it’s gut-wrenching, simply because they both worked hard their entire lives, retired and then have had to go through this difficult time through their golden years. Imagine being married for 60-plus years, to learn your spouse dies forgetting who you are. I can’t imagine,” he says. “My grandfather is exhausted and frustrated.”
Your options for care may seem mind-boggling — but remember, you don’t have to decide on the type of care your family member needs right away, particularly if your loved one is diagnosed with memory issues in the early stages. Down the road, you may have to make decisions about assisted living versus in-home care — or memory care.
After lifting weights for several months, my body started developing aches and pains.
At first, I thought it was down to my workout technique—but the real reason—I wasn’t paying attention to the way I stretch.
I’ve come to realize that it’s a crucial part of my training. What’s more, when applied strategically, stretching can provide much more to my sessions.
In this article, I give you a stretch guide—stretching the right way.
The vision of New Footprints a New Future is to reduce the likelihood of at-risk children following the criminal behavior of an incarcerated parent in the Florida State prison system.
The mission of New Footprints a New Future is to provide preventive, interventive, and transformative services for children that are affected by the incarceration of a parent.
The goals of New Footprints a New Future are to impart knowledge, increase awareness, improve self-esteem, and ignite dreams of children of incarcerated parents.
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Have you ever said, "Starting Monday, I'm going to exercise and eat better."
With this plan, you may not start Monday. You may wonder why you couldn't get a workout in or pick healthier food that day.
Many of us find it hard to stay motivated to eat better or exercise more. We know we need to, but, we put it off for tomorrow, or next week, or longer. It's hard to hold yourself accountable.
Some of you have personal trainers, like me, showing up at your door. But, what if you don't have me showing up at your door? Is there another way? Yes.
Call on a friend or a neighbor. That's right, grab a buddy. Who knows, that person may need you for the very same reason.
Health insurance is not cheap, and it can be tempting to go without coverage, especially if you never get sick. With the expensive monthly cost and out-of-pocket expenses, you may be wondering how much you really need coverage.
Many people in their twenties feel they are healthy enough to skip out on health insurance. When you rarely see a doctor, and especially if things are tight financially, it may seem like a good idea to cut the health insurance expense completely from your budget.
You can pay for medical expenses as you go instead of worrying about the insurance premiums and co-payments on the way. However, this could be very difficult if you have a serious illness, an accident, or an ongoing health issue because the costs can become very large, very quickly. This is why it's essential for everyone to always have some form of health insurance.
Life insurance is one of those things that just about everyone needs but far too few people actually have. It’s easy to put off purchasing a policy when you’re young and relatively healthy. But the longer you wait, the greater the chances of something happening before you get yourself coverage. Maybe buying life insurance been on your to-do list for a while but you haven’t gotten around to it yet. Check out these 10 reasons why you can’t afford to wait any longer.
1. Replace Lost Income
Life insurance works to provide financial security to your loved ones after you pass away. You have to consider what would happen if you were to die suddenly. This is especially true if your loved ones rely solely on your income. Get yourself adequate coverage. That way, you won’t leave your loved ones helpless when the monthly bills come around.
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