Posts Tagged ‘Stacy Goldberg’

Eat Right Now: A Healthy Chanukah!

The festive holiday season is here and it’s time to prepare for Chanukah. The glimmering light of candles shine in our eyes through the darkness of winter and falling snow. Celebrating with family and friends during this joyous occasion means so much more than gifts and gelt. During Chanukah, Jews typically eat fried foods to…

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Practicing Mindfulness Can Help Improve Your Eating Habits

Whether you’re working, eating or exercising, mindfulness plays a key role in self-awareness. Mindfulness is “the quality or state of being conscious or aware of something,” or “a mental state achieved by focusing one’s awareness on the present moment, while calmly acknowledging and accepting one’s feelings, thoughts and bodily sensations.” Essentially, mindfulness is characterized by…

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How Sweet It Is

Cane sugar, turbinado brown sugar, fruit-juice sweetened, agave nectar, organic sugar, molasses, honey — how many alternative sources of sugar are in the grocery aisles? And are they really healthier? While some of these options may come from cleaner, less-processed sources, excess sugar in any form can be dangerous to your diet, waistline and overall…

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New Year, New You

The year 2016 has come and gone, and we now embark on a glimmering New Year in 2017. Did you set health and wellness goals or resolutions in 2016? Do you even remember what they were?  Did you stick to them?  So often, we set lofty, unrealistic intentions and place daunting responsibilities on ourselves in…

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