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Wine and Chocolate Nutrition 101

Posted by: Karen Bobos, MSed - February 12, 2016

A Toast to Heart Health     The Holidays have quickly gone and passed along with the New Year…. Now, let’s honor February’s heart health month! The Mediterranean Diet has been thought of as one of the most heart healthy diets for it’s rich in fruits, vegetables, nuts and seeds, lean meats and moderate wine […]

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Stay on the Healthy Bandwagon

Posted by: Karen Bobos, MSed - February 8, 2016

“Train Insane or Remain the Same”   Keep Pushing Strong Beyond the New Year’s Resolution   I recently came across this quote on a tank top.  I smiled, considered buying it, but decided against it until I am no longer carrying around a basketball in my belly.  There is just no reason to shop when […]

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Exercise & Hormones . . . Feeling Fat When I Should Be Feeling Fit

Posted by: Karen Bobos, MSed - January 27, 2016

  The Battle of the Hormones   Well, I have been faithful to my daily workouts for the past four weeks.  I have learned that at this point of my life, my best time to exercise is right at the end of my work day (anywhere between 2:00PM-6:00PM).  I have consistently been doing 30 minutes […]

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Winter Fruits – It’s Citrus Season

Posted by: Karen Bobos, MSed - January 25, 2016

  Citrus Season     Grapefruits, oranges, clementines, lemons and limes! With more than 16 members of their fruit family, they are packed with nutritional benefits in abundance this time of year. Most commonly known for their vitamin C content, which is one of the best antioxidants found in food for helping the health of […]

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Getting Back on Track

Posted by: Karen Bobos, MSed - January 18, 2016

New Year, New You … Sure. We all know the feeling around this time of year, the high motivation to start new habits and forget our bad ones…. forever! Studies show 45% of Americans set New Years resolutions and only 1/3 still have them going by the end of January. Is this you?   As […]

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When Life Gets in the Way

Posted by: Karen Bobos, MSed - January 12, 2016

  The Obstacles Continue . . .   I realized that my last blog was over a month ago.  Thank you to those of you who have asked about my status and wondering when I would be writing about my “baby-weight loss” experience.  I am so happy to hear that you are interested and following […]

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Try Something New in the New Year

Posted by: Karen Bobos, MSed - January 11, 2016

Yoga:  Thoughts from a Non Yogi     Yes, You Should Try it!     I am no yogi.  Fitness enthusiast, yes, but yoga has never been my thing.  I have dabbled in it here and there trying both ashtanga yoga and hot yoga.  My thoughts?  Like every new-to-me exercise class, I was excited to […]

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Stay on Track with this High Intensity Workout

Posted by: Karen Bobos, MSed - December 23, 2015

Rockin’ Around the Christmas Tree   December is a busy month for many people.  Not only do you have the holidays to prepare for, but work can be super stressful and hours can be long.  After all, you want to finish your year strong.  It can be difficult to set aside some “me” time when […]

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A Partridge in a Pear Tree (with a Cocktail)

Posted by: Karen Bobos, MSed - December 21, 2015

  ‘Tis the Pear Season for Nutrition   As a member of the rose family of plants, they are also related to apples, apricots and plums! Found in green, red, yellow and gold, pears come in several types during the winter months and there are over 3,000 varieties. Pears are typically grown in Europe, but […]

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