I have a new neighbor who moved here from Israel - she was shocked by American breakfasts - bread and meat and more bread and grease. She took me to a local Israeli restaurant and the breakfast special was hummus and a green salad for breakfast - I loved it! Might try and incorporate into this all-American household
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Five years ago, after ending a long-term relationship, Anita became seriously depressed. It benched the once-physically active writer, who asked that her last name be withheld to protect her privacy.
She stopped running and began gaining weight and falling out of shape. It was not the first time she had been depressed, and traditional therapy had not helped her as much as she had hoped. This time, she sought out someone different. She found Jane Baxter, PhD, a therapist who was able to get her moving again, mentally and physically...
Read full article here...then come back and leave your thoughts about exercise and depression here. What changes have you noticed in your mindset when actively engaging in exercise? What other tips can you offer?View Thread
A new slideshow is up and ready for you to check out! We all have heard so many great tips on our community, but WebMD has chosen their top 9 picks for the best diet tips and put into a nice neat slide show presentation for us.
Take a peek then let us know if you think those were the "best 9" in your book or what others you would add to the top list.
Adherence to these guidelines will help you keep fit and trim, and also reduce or delay your chances for heart diseases, stroke, insulin resistance, diabetes, kidney problems, cholesterol disorders, high blood pressure and/or obesity.View Thread
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