Posts Tagged ‘health & wellness’

DUFFIE: Yes, your favorite recipes can be revived

We all have that favorite dish that our mom or grandmother made when we were growing up. Perhaps you have several dishes that come to right now. You can actually taste and smell them as your memory takes you back. As you reflect on the ingredients, you are also aware now that those dishes were […] [...]

Mississippi runners reported safe after Boston Marathon bombing kills three, injures more than 140

Two bomb blasts rocked the finish line of the Boston Marathon on Monday, killing three and injuring more than 140, according to the Associated Press. A White House official speaking on condition of anonymity said the attack was being treated as an act of terrorism. Fifty-nine Mississippians had registered to run the race this year, […] [...]

Eaten your plants today?

by Published: April 5,2013

Tags: health & wellness, Melinda Duffie, radishes, vegetables

Over recent years information has been forthcoming about plant-based proteins. Maybe you have heard the term but have no idea what that means or the affects. Perhaps you know about them and have tried these types of foods. In either case let’s explore what they are and how important they can be. First of all, […] [...]

Thank goodness for Mobama’s leadership

With Mississippi having hosted First Lady Michelle Obama this week, on her continued tour to raise awareness about health and fitness in America, it’s interesting that a new book is out, detailing the problems with the majority of food we are served. “How Fast Food Hooks Us” shows how corporations figure out our ‘bliss spots,’ […] [...]

Michelle Obama, Rachael Ray mark three years of Let’s Move

First Lady Michelle Obama on Wednesday congratulated this Southern state for a more than 13 percent drop in its child obesity rates, saying its example should inspire the rest of the country. It’s the reason she made Mississippi the first stop on a two-day tour to promote her signature effort, the anti-childhood obesity campaign she […] [...]

The color you eat can keep you healthier

How many times growing up did your mom tell you to eat your vegetables whether you liked them or not? Perhaps you had to clean your plate before you were excused from the table, too. Now that you are an adult you realize that your mom was trying to promote healthy eating. New information is […] [...]

January 25, 2013- Chuck McIntosh

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Enjoy – don’t regret – those holiday parties

by Published: December 14,2012

Tags: Christmas parties, diet, health & wellness, holiday food

By Melinda Duffie What’s the number one problem we all face during the holiday season? It is gaining weight! The average weight gain during the holidays is seven to 12 pounds. This is no surprise with the bombardment of food advertising on television and magazines covers displaying decadent desserts and recipes. Then, there is all […] [...]

ERIC DYESS: Is sugar really as toxic as fat, cholesterol?

For those who watched a recent episode on “60 Minutes” entitled “Sugar Toxic”, you might be mortified to ever drink another soda or add that carcinogen-laced sugar packet to your latte tomorrow. Maybe you should. As a physician involved with lipoprotein metabolism (think “cholesterol disorders”) for more than 25 years, my immediate reaction to the […] [...]

Are you sitting down?

Despite a wave of evidence that too much sitting on the job triggers life-shortening illnesses, most companies and safety regulators are in no hurry to change employees’ sedentary working conditions. Among the entities reporting a connection between sitting and cancer, heart disease and other serious health problems are the American Cancer Society, the American Institute […] [...]

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