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What’s Next? A Smaller Bikini?

Lately, I’ve been noticing ads for fitness programs that promise things like bikini bodies or getting ripped or losing 15 pounds–all in only two weeks. Those sound like goals, but my first thought is: What’s next? After you get that ripped, 15-pound lighter bikini body, what’s the next target—a smaller bikini? My second question is

Aug 02, 2017 / by Ann-Marie Giglio / No Comments

Would it be OK if you never had to diet again?

You know how people are always on a diet?  And everyone knows that the minute they stop their diet, the weight will come right back—maybe with a couple extra pounds attached.  Most people would love to take weight off one time and keep it off forever. Well, you can. I’m here to tell you, STOP

May 24, 2017 / by Ann-Marie Giglio / No Comments

101 Reasons to Exercise

(Click the photo to continue reading…)   Research overwhelmingly supports that regular exercise lowers the risk for many diseases, and improves psychological well-being. I’m sure we can come up with more reasons, but to get started, here’s 101 reasons to exercise regularly: Regular Exercise will… 1.  Help you to more effectively manage stress. 2.  Help you

Jun 05, 2015 / by Ann-Marie Giglio / No Comments

“Health Washing” – What it is and why you need to be aware of it.

(Click the photo to continue reading…) Pop quiz… What is 8.5 ounces (251 ml), 82.5 calories, contains 23.8 grams of sugar and is recommended by health experts? Well some health experts.  Definitely not all…just the health experts who are being paid to recommend it. Give up? It’s a mini-can of Coke (available for consumption since

May 15, 2015 / by Ann-Marie Giglio / No Comments

Give Up Wheat? Not So Fast……

(Click the photo to continue reading…) Wheat Belly, written by Dr. William Davis, has already sold close to three million copies in 33 countries.  Plus it has spent 100 weeks on New York Times bestseller list. Let’s take a closer look. In The War on Wheat, an investigative report for show The Fifth Estate (the

Apr 01, 2015 / by Ann-Marie Giglio / No Comments

Why We’re Not Having a January Sale

It’s noisy out there.  Jenny–and every solution that looks like Jenny–wants you.   They’ve called in big guns this year.  And they all want one thing:  a contract on your New Year’s Resolution. But here’s the truth. Resolutions just don’t work. Ok.  Once in a while they might.  But usually they don’t because a resolution is

Jan 22, 2012 / by corematters / No Comments

Anti-Cancer Veggies

We know now that certain foods prevent or inhibit cancerous cell growth.  Here’s Dr. David Servan-Schrieber’s list of 20 common vegetables that inhibit developement of brain, colon, lung, and/or prostate cancers: Asparagus                                       Green Beans Beets                                                Jalapeno Peppers Broccoli                                            Kale Brussel Sprouts                                Leeks Cabbage                                          Onions Cauliflower                                      Savoy Cabbage Celery                                              Scallions Eggplant                                          Spinach Fiddlehead Fern                               Turnips

Sep 22, 2008 / by corematters / 1 Comment

Anti-Cancer Diet

The third part of Dr. David Servan-Schriber’s prescription for boosting our bodies’ natural cancer fighting abilities is a call to improve our diets. Dr. Servan-Schriber suggests we: Eat grass-fed organic meat, dairy products, and eggs Reduce our intake of sugar, white flour and products containing omega-6 fatty acids (sunflower oil, soybean oil, margarines, hydrogenated fats)

Sep 21, 2008 / by corematters / 2 Comments

What’s Your Exercise Diet?

Bet you never thought about it that way before…but it’s an important question. What movements do you make on a daily basis? All too often we move from one seat to another. One conveyor to another. We never stretch or reach for anything more challenging than the top shelf. Find out what your diet is.

Aug 06, 2008 / by corematters / No Comments