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Dec 08 2014

Maintain Don’t Gain Holiday Challenge Week 4: Snacking Your Way to a Healthy Holiday

How have you been doing on the holiday challenge so far? If it has been challenging, keep working at it. For most of us, the holiday season is a time of snacking. Eating snacks is not such a bad thing  unless it is too much of a good thing. What you choose and how much […]

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Jan 13 2014

Happy New Year: Find Your Inspiration!

2014, hit the ground running! In January, do you like to start off with a clean slate or at least get back from where you left off from the holidays? Many of us set New Year’s resolutions which include health goals to lose weight, lower blood pressure, manage blood sugar or just plain eat better […]

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Dec 30 2013

Health Concepts Nutrition Maintain Don’t Gain Holiday Challenge Week Seven: Have a Happy Healthy New Year!

     The New Year is almost here! If you have been working towards the holiday weight challenge, how have you been doing? If you have not taken part, consider weighing in on January 1st or 2nd and determine if there is change that you want to work towards. I wanted to share a few things […]

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Dec 22 2013

Week 6: Health Concepts Holiday Maintain Don’t Gain Challenge: Don’t Stress Eat Over the Holidays

By the time that you read this post, I will be on a fourteen hour car ride to the Midwest to spend the holidays with our families. The trip itself is stressful and then dividing time between homes and being out of own space also adds to it. Then there are different personalities and “issues”.  […]

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Dec 18 2013

Week Five Health Concepts Holiday Maintain Don’t Gain Challenge: Healthy Holiday Sweets

We are now at Week Five with just a few more weeks to go. You can do it! I have to confess, I love handmade holiday desserts. Last year I told myself that I would stop making holiday cookies for family and friends when someone very special to me said how much she loved the […]

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Dec 11 2013

Week Four Health Concepts Holiday Maintain Don’t Gain Challenge: Exercise Your Right to Health

Life gets hectic during the holidays! We try to squeeze in extra tasks into our already busy schedules even when we try to simplify.  Making or buying gifts, wrapping, buying and decorating a tree, sending holiday cards, making treats and attending festivities all add up. One healthy habit that I try to maintain over the […]

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Nov 25 2013

Health Concepts Holiday Challenge Week Two: Mindful Holiday Eating

Mindful Holiday Eating If you are weighing in for the Holiday Challenge, weigh in today and this number will challenge you to maintain your weight next week. By now, your Thanksgiving Menu is probably written and you have already gone to the grocery store. If you aren’t cooking dinner, you probably know where you are […]

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Nov 20 2013

2013 Health Concepts Maintain Don’t Gain Holiday Challenge

Stay Tuned for Holiday Tips and Support Beginning November 20! Check it out at: www.healthconceptsnutrition.com   Ready to maintain your weight this holiday season? The holidays may a tough time for major lifestyle changes but you can prevent holiday pounds from sneaking on. For weekly inspiration, check out my blog at:www.healthconceptsnutrition.com to receive holiday recipes, […]

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Nov 20 2009

Holiday Survival Eating Challenge

Week One: How Do I Measure Up? Get a Baseline of How You are Doing! How do you measure your success if you don’t know where you are? This is why you need an initial weigh-in. Use the weekly weigh-in sheet to track your weight and see if you are maintaining. If your weekly sheet […]

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Jul 28 2009

Setting Reasonable Expectations

Published by under Get Back on Track

Over the past several months, I have not kept up with my blog. During that time it had gone down due to technical difficulties and I had not even noticed. I can be tough on myself for not achieving the goals that I have set. Many of you can relate to this concept. However the […]

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