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Posts Tagged ‘Nutrition’

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The Mental Health & Nutrition Connection

According to the National Institute of Mental Health, one in six adults in the United States (44.7 million adults in the year of 2016) struggled with mental illness. However, considering that stigma gets in the way of reporting such challenges, these numbers are likely underestimated reflections of reality. In an effort to de-stigmatize mental health…

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Paul Ehrmann

Lifestyle Changes

Local physician’s HealthyTown idea grows to help people in Flint. Family physician Paul R. Ehrmann, D.O., is on a mission to improve the health of residents in communities across the state through an initiative he developed a few years ago and continues to spread across Southeast Michigan. “The three cornerstones of good health start with…

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Healthy Mornings

You’ve worked so hard to get to the gym, cut calories and get into your skinny jeans! Yet, maybe you’ve hit a plateau and can’t get the scale to budge. Sound familiar? Many people just like you experience hitting a wall in their weight loss program. This is a common occurrence and, quite often, the…

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Protein Powder Pros And Cons

When walking down the aisles of a local Whole Foods or GNC, one cannot help but notice the plethora of protein powders available on the market. The choices are endless. The protein powder industry generates $20 billion per year. Plant-based, grass-fed whey-based, hemp powders, bone broth powders, collagen powders. How do you even begin to…

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Keep Your Colon Healthy

Summer is here — we want to fling open the windows and let in the light and air. It’s also the perfect time to slow down, renew your health and detoxify your body, specifically your colon. While you are reading a book on the beach, you have the opportune time to also learn strategies to…

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The Coffee Habit

Kick it or keep it? It’s 6 a.m. and your alarm is blaring in your ears. The thought of a steaming hot cup of coffee is the only motivator for you to leave your warm, cozy bed. Sound familiar? It does to me. Do you ever wonder if you are, in fact, addicted to coffee?…

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Five Functional Foods

[similar id=43618 type=all] [similar id=41504 type=all] Boost your energy this spring with these nutrient-dense go-tos. Whether you are heading to a Pilates class or out to an indulgent sushi dinner, maintaining optimal energy levels is essential to function. Fueling the body with high-quality nutrients will not only provide you with short-term energy, but will also…

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Does Fizz Cause Fat?

We’ve all been there. After weeks of the Whole 30 or experimenting with the Keto diet, you attempt to shimmy into your skinny jeans. Your stomach feels like you are seven months pregnant and you can barely zip the zipper up. Whether you still indulge in the occasional Coke or Pepsi, or have transitioned to…

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Natalie Cherrin and Leah West with Temple Shir Shalom’s Alyah Al-Azem

Faces & Places: Project Healthy Community And Mental Health

Project Healthy Community Project Healthy Community held a successful Strolling Dinner March 15 at the Northwest Activities Center in Detroit. More than 220 people attended the event to celebrate five years of programming and to honor Rabbi Joshua Bennett of Temple Israel with a Community Development Award. A sermon by Bennett inspired the vision that…

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The Lowdown On The Updated Nutrition Facts Label

If you have you ever finished an entire bag of veggie chips, then looked at the nutrition facts label only to discover that the amount you consumed was actually double what you thought it was, you are not alone. The good news: Confusing nutrition facts labels will become less of a challenge in the coming…

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