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5 Ways to Love Your Body

Once Elaine reduced stress, fitness came easy to her. via @SparkPeople

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8 Ways to Put Yourself on Your Priority List

The modern world is a hectic place—especially during the holiday season! Follow these simple tips to reduce stress in just 5 to 10 minutes a day. #TeamBeachbody

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4 Easy Ways to Assess Your Well-Being

Patient Resources - Women's Health - Ankylosing Spondylitis

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What to Do after a Binge

We've all been there. Repin this for when you need it! 10 ways to stop a binge in its tracks (plus how to get back on track after it happens) | via @SparkPeople #food #wellness #health

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5 Reasons Why Being Flawed Is Perfect

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Find Your Perfect Weight - Part 3

Breaking Medical News: Weight Determines Kidney Function, December 16, 2013

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30 Tactics to Outsmart Your Unhealthy Temptations

30 Tactics to Outsmart Your Unhealthy Temptations--Need to print and put up everywhere!

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6 Risks of Eating a Low-Fat Diet

Don't let food cause YOU anxiety! Get to the bottom of what you thought you knew about "Good" and "Bad" foods, starting with this post!

"The Danger of a Single Ideal Body" - a fabulous article by Caitlin of fitandfeminist.wo... "Enough with this idea that beauty must somehow be exclusionary, like it is this finite quality that loses its potency as more people gain access to it. Such a view of beauty is blind to the core, irreducible truth about us, which is that our existence is nothing short of a miracle."

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12 Heart-Smart Tips You Haven't Heard

12 Heart-Smart Tips You Haven''t Heard

30-Minute At-Home Workout -- you'll spend 5 minutes on each body part

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Healthier Ways to Eat Dessert

A new study finds that people who eat quickly are three times more likely to be overweight. Did you know that how you eat could be just as important as how much you're eating