Personal Science Weekly 9.1.17

The latest actionable & interesting information you can use or ponder today. Curated with care by Tiffany Anne Smith @ The Art of Personal Science.   Cost-effectiveness of Family-Based Obesity Treatment For families consisting of overweight children and parents with overweight, family-based behavioral treatments are cost-effective & deliver strong health improvements. (@theartofpersonalscience) Click here to…

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Personal Science Weekly 8.25.17

The latest actionable & interesting information you can use or ponder today. Curated with care by Tiffany Anne Smith @ The Art of Personal Science.   30 Weirdly Fascinating Health and Body Facts The camera doesn’t often linger on all the severed heads in Game of Thrones. But if it did, might we see some…

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Personal Science Weekly 8.18.17

The latest actionable & interesting information you can use or ponder today. Curated with care by Tiffany Anne Smith @ The Art of Personal Science.   Walnuts Activate Brain Region Involved in Appetite Control Packed with nutrients linked to better health, walnuts are also thought to discourage overeating by promoting feelings of fullness. Now, in…

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The New Healthcare Model

The effectiveness of the modern American healthcare system meant to support and protect American people is fundamentally broken. Let me be perfectly clear what I am saying: Today’s American healthcare system that denies coverage, overly prescribes harmful and toxic medications for gross profit, eliminates pain rather than healing the cause, creates false hope in “modern…

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Cooking with Kids, Benefits + Tips

Getting your kids involved in the kitchen has wonderful benefits for the whole family. Cooking with kids will teach them to make healthy choices about what they eat and be more adventurous about trying new + healthy foods. Learning to prepare their own food will help them build confidence, learn the pride of accomplishment and the…

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Crunchy Peach Pots

For breakfast or an anytime snack Ingredients • 1 peach peeled and cut into bite-sized chunks • 150g pot Greek Yoghurt • 2 tbsp puffed/popped quinoa • 1 tsp honey • 1 tablespoon mixed nuts (optional) Method In a short glass layer the popped quinoa, peach and yogurt and top with nuts. Drizzle the honey…

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How to Use Visualization for Weight Loss

Can you see your weight loss goals when you close your eyes? Visualization for weight loss is a technique where you picture your ideal body. It allows the time and space for your mind to work with your body for you to overcome any potential or unknown mental barriers on your weight loss journey. All…

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5 Fast Exercises For A Super Quick Workout

Not everyone has the luxury of committing a full hour for a Zumba or Pilates class at the gym, particularly for working mothers and those who put in long hours at work (God bless y’all). Without a late night gym nearby your home or office, it is easy to put off working out for the…

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Egg Soldiers (with Veggies!)

A healthy eggs recipe to enjoy your veggies. Ingredients 1 soft-boiled egg 5 spears of steamed asparagus OR steamed green beans Method Cut the soft-boiled egg in half and serve with the steamed asparagus or green beans for dipping.

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Broccoli Soup

Don’t knock it till you try it! Ingredients  • 1 tablespoon of olive oil • 1 onion, finely chopped • 2 garlic cloves, crushed • 4 cups salt-reduced vegetable stock • 400g/14oz potatoes, peeled, coarsely chopped • 450g/1lb broccoli, cut into florets • 2-3 handfuls of baby spinach leaves • 1/2 cup fresh basil leaves…

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