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Atlas Chiropractic, Dr. Marc Schwartz
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Dr. Marc Schwartz, Chiropractic Services. Atlas Orthogonal Alignment
Dr. Marc Schwartz, Chiropractic Services. Atlas Orthogonal Alignment

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Can you train your taste buds to crave less sugar? Yes, you can! Start by reducing the amount of sugar added to your coffee. If you use one-quarter teaspoon less each week, you’ll be drinking unsweetened coffee by February. If you started with 2 teaspoons of sugar in each cup and drink 3 cups per day, that would eliminate 100 calories daily—resulting in weight loss of a pound per month.
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Why not enhance your food choices via technology?
Fooducate provides information to help you eat better, lose weight and get healthy--empowering your diet journey with positivity, diet tips, recipes and inspiring stories. There’s even a mobile app for inspiration on the go!
https://www.fooducate.com
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You’re likely aware that you should eat multiple servings of vegetables each day, but how much is one serving? One serving equals:
· ½ cup of cooked veggies such as broccoli, carrots or spinach
· 1 cup of raw salad greens such as lettuce, arugula or spinach
· 1 medium-sized tomato
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Eating more healthfully in 2019? One good resolution is to “Eat something green every day.” Yes, you should ultimately aim for 5 to 13 servings of fruits and vegetables per day, but committing to eating something green each day—spinach, arugula, lettuce, avocado, broccoli, grapes—is a great start!
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With more than 93 million American adults considered obese, it’s no wonder that the No.1 New Year’s resolution in the U.S. is to lose weight. Why not leverage technology to help you achieve your goal weight with an app such as Lose it? https://www.loseit.com/
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Improve your and your family’s safety in 2019: Wear your seatbelt and buckle kids up every time you get in a car or truck. With 90% seatbelt compliance nationwide, that still means 1 out of 10 people aren’t practicing this simple, potentially lifesaving habit. Do your part to bring us to 100%!
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Massage is more than a luxury--it’s beneficial for your health, too. During massage, circulation increases, bringing oxygen to tissues and encouraging healthy immune response. The de-stressing effects of massage are immune-boosting, too.
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Want to make every bite you eat more enjoyable, even if you’re on a new eating plan this New Year? Chew food more slowly and mindfully: 5 to 10 times for fruits and soft foods, up to 30 times for veggies and meats.
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Making New Year’s resolutions? Consider these to make 2019 a healthier year: floss daily, go to bed 15 minutes earlier (maybe not tonight), chew your food more mindfully, eat more veggies, make smart food swaps, and exercise for 20 minutes a day. Most importantly be kind to others and yourself, and be grateful for all the gifts you have.
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Washing hands regularly and properly is key to staying healthy this winter. Lather up thoroughly for a full 20 seconds under warm water. Pass the time by singing “Happy Birthday” twice ― a fun way to promote this healthy habit with kids!
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