Fitness

You don’t need a calendar to know it’s time for New Year’s resolutions. Just swing by a gym the first week of January and you’ll know from the resolution-ready crowd getting their sweat on and taking up the treadmills that you’re not the only one who is determined to lose some weight and get stronger
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The WNBA and the WNBA Player’s Association announced a tentative new collective bargaining agreement today that they hope will represent a turning point in professional women’s sports. The broad eight-year deal outlines major changes across the board, from significant salary increases to maternity benefits. Top players will see their base salaries increased from $117,500 to
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If there’s one food that’s most definitively associated with healthy eating, it’s salad. And if there’s one food that should be your go-to for diet-friendly lunches or dinners, it should be a salad topped with chicken. By combining one of the leanest proteins with the OG healthy meal, you’re ensuring that what you’re eating is
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When I asked registered dietitian Leslie Langevin, MS, author of The Anti-Inflammatory Kitchen Cookbook, what’s the simplest thing people can do to start losing weight — something sustainable they can do every day — she said “eat more vegetables.” Eating more veggies isn’t just good for losing or maintaining weight. The fiber helps improve digestion
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Oatmeal is a healthy breakfast, right? Well, not if you reach for those flavored instant oatmeal packets. Registered dietitian Leslie Langevin, MS, author of The Anti-Inflammatory Kitchen Cookbook said they’re loaded with sugar and some even contain artificial sweeteners. You can still enjoy the ease and comfort of instant oatmeal by making your own with
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