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Infographic: Choose a Healthy Breakfast

Infographic: Choose a Healthy Breakfast

Written by on July 15, 2014 in Infographic with 4 Comments

I’m big on breakfast. I love eggs in all forms (scrambled, fried, whipped into an omelet or quiche, and even hard-boiled if I’m on the go), oatmeal is my food equivalent of a best friend, and sugary cereal is one of my favorite comfort foods. Breakfast is the best meal, and I’ll take any excuse […]

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Obi Obadike’s Top 6 Weight Loss Foods

Obi Obadike’s Top 6 Weight Loss Foods

Written by on July 1, 2014 in Health & Fitness, USANA with 1 Comment

Editor’s Note: Obi Obadike, one of the top 10 influential experts from Dr. Oz’s sharecare.com, will be contributing content to What’s Up, USANA? on health, nutrition, and weight loss over the next several months. Read his previous posts. by Obi Obadike The most crucial way to accomplish your fitness goals is through good nutrition. We know that 80 percent […]

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3 Reasons Body Rox is the Best Supplement for Teens

3 Reasons Body Rox is the Best Supplement for Teens

Written by on June 30, 2014 in products, Supplement Spotlight with 6 Comments

We all know that picky kids tend to get inadequate nutrition as they’re growing. And unfortunately, that situation can become even worse as picky eaters grow into teens who often have terrible eating habits. In fact, dietary surveys have revealed that a larger percentage of teens have nutrient deficiencies than any other age group. Fortunately, […]

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Nancy Drew Inspires Teen Health

Nancy Drew Inspires Teen Health

Written by on June 17, 2014 in Influencer Insider with 2 Comments

Nancy Drew, international bikini model and fitness expert, is passionate about making a difference. Instead of focusing on her own accomplishments, she chooses to use her successes to help others. Just recently, she taught several “at-risk” teenagers at a high school in California the basics of nutrition and exercise. Her goal? Motivate these youngsters into […]

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Water Cooler Wellness: Healthy Eating On the Go

Water Cooler Wellness: Healthy Eating On the Go

Written by on March 6, 2014 in Water Cooler Wellness with 1 Comment

Guys, we really need to talk. I’m going through a rough patch in life right now that can only be referred to as my “cupcake phase.” Don’t get me wrong—it’s important to indulge every now and then, but this is getting downright destructive. From red velvet and cinnamon to peanut butter and cookie dough, my […]

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Back to Heart Health Basics

Back to Heart Health Basics

Written by on February 28, 2014 in Heart Health Month with 1 Comment

In November of last year, the American Heart Association and American College of Cardiology released comprehensive guidelines on lifestyle management to reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease. You can read the full document in the journal Circulation, but their general guidelines for healthy adults weren’t surprising: Consume the appropriate number of calories Emphasize vegetables, fruits, […]

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