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Cutting out added sugar

Cutting out added sugar

Added on June 10, 2016

Sugar is everywhere in our diets. And if we aren't careful, we could exceed our recommended amount after just breakfast alone. Here are a couple tips on how to reduce our sugar intake and the control of our diet:

www.health.harvard.edu/staying-healthy/cutting-back-on-added-sugar

 

Starting up a summer exercise routine

Starting up a summer exercise routine

Added on June 7, 2016

Summer is in full swing and if you are thinking about starting a new routine now that the sun is shining, then you've got the right idea. But before stepping outside, here are a couple of things to consider:

Address any injuries, aches, or pains before starting a new fitness regime. That sore shoulder isn't going to magically get better and new workouts have the potential to make things worse. Consult with your doctor or physical therapist about any pain that is keeping you from being active.
Set some goals…and at first, they don't have to be big. Challenging yourself to accomplish small goals, like jogging once a week, can help build up confidence and the right habits to make it a daily routine.
See what's going on in your community. Consult your town's parks and recreation web page for some activities going on around you. Who knows, you may decide to compete in your first 5k or try a yoga class. It's a great way to stay active and meet new people!

 

Can you believe how many diets there are?

Added on June 3, 2016

How many names of diets can you think of? Take a second to think about it. How many did you come up with? We only came up with 4, which made it pretty shocking to see a list of the best 38 diets ranked by a panel of health experts. Who knew there were so many? If you're looking for a new way to cut a few pounds and get healthier, you're certain to find a diet that suits you here:

http://health.usnews.com/health-news/health-wellness/slideshows/the-38-best-diets-overall


If persistent knee, hip or low back pain is preventing you from living an active lifestyle, click here to find an AposTherapy provider in your area: www.apostherapy.com/find

 

The summer stretch in full effect

Added on May 30, 2016

As summer approaches, we start to see people eating healthier and exercising more. Whether it's to look better at the pool or to be able to keep up with the grandkids at the park, exercising can play a huge role in improving overall wellness and quality of life – especially for people with chronic knee and low back pain. But if you're going to exercise, don't forget to stretch properly. Here's a short article from a fitness trainer about the types of stretching: http://kwgn.com/2016/05/10/ask-the-trainer-how-to-properly-stretch/


If persistent knee, hip or low back pain is preventing you from living an active lifestyle, click here to find an AposTherapy provider in your area: https://www.apostherapy.com/find

 

Stepping into spring

Stepping into spring

Added on May 25, 2016

The mild May temperatures and crisp weather invites us to step outdoors and get active! There isn't a better time to take your exercise out in the open air. Hiking, swimming, or biking can all be enjoyed with some friends and is a great way to change up your old routine.

Even a simple walk can clear your mind, warm up your joints, and help you stay fit. It's important to remember to properly stretch and stay hydrated, especially when you are taking your workout outside of the gym.

And if knee pain is preventing you from being as active as you'd like, take this opportunity to learn about AposTherapy, now offered at leading hospitals in NY.

www.apostherapy.com/find/

 

 

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