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Lori Brothers: Choose wisely for better life quality
I saw research reporting that vegetarians live longer than people who eat meat. On the average, vegetarians live to the age of 84, meat eaters live to the age of 78. I don’t think this means that you have to become a vegetarian unless your goal is to strive to live an extra six years.
Lori Brothers: Super Bowl an ambush to healthy eating
Let’s face it, unless you are very clear about your health goals and have a plan for how to meet your intentions, it is unlikely that you will be watching your calorie and fat intake during the Super Bowl.
Lori Brothers: Traveling a three-week path can take you to better habits
I invite you to a 21-Day Challenge (which may take more than 21 days). Whether you are still activating a New Years’ resolution, or you have a vision or goal you want to accomplish, you can utilize this template as a powerful meditation tool to start something new.
Lori Brothers: Tell your body to quit storing fat — and start burning it
I just found out how to make your body become a fat-burning machine. It may require a major “flip of a switch” in your brain. This can take some determination and persistence.
Lori Brothers: If it’s not too cold, get out and walk
If you can get past the resistance of venturing out into the cold, there are some benefits to fresh air that may motivate you to get some exercise outside even during the winter months.
Lori Brothers: Embrace your best
Make a resolution to look at what is unique and remarkable about the way you live your life. You already model these traits even though, sometimes, you can get caught up in the frenzy of getting everything checked off of our list. When are you at your best?
Lori Brothers: Got cookies? Cut fats elsewhere
Put down that cookie and pay attention! What I have to say is not delicious, fluffy or sweet, but it needs to be said. It is my holiday hope to help you make balanced choices.
Lori Brothers: Christmas traditions vary around the country
Living well through the holidays is about finding the joy in the little things. It is about noticing the details that might bring happiness to friends and family. The little gestures, which can include gift giving, can also be found in many different actions that spring from an open heart inspired by the season. Remember to thread your heart into the hustle and bustle of the season.
Lori Brothers: Holidays a tough time to deal with change — or a great opportunity to embrace it
While many of us have family, friends and traditions we are looking forward to, this time of year can be difficult for those in a transition from change or loss.
Lori Brothers: Thank the cook, watch the leftovers
There are two main reasons for putting out the big spread during Thanksgiving. One is to gather and share the traditions with family and friends, focusing on appreciation and giving thanks for the abundance and blessings in our lives.
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