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5 tips to make your healthy lifestyle more affordable – Austin American-Statesman

Living a healthy life is not cheap. If youre paying for things like supplements, gym membership fees and organic groceries on a consistent basis, yourcash is very likely slipping through your fingers before you can even count it.

Making your healthy life more affordable may not be easy, but once the necessary habits are adopted, it will become second nature to you!

Use these tips to save money, stay fit, and feel good about your physical and financial health.

5 tips to make your healthy life more affordable

Look for fitness deals

Gyms can be expensive, but there are ways to get more and spend less if you know what to look for.

On the other hand, you can skip the gym altogether and use the Internet as your personal trainer. There are a number of websites that offer high-quality workout videos from top-tier trainers, for free or cheap. Here are a few to check out:

Shop at the right stores

Not all grocery stores are created equal. While you might love the one thats closest to you because its convenient, it may not be the best option for saving every week. A recent pricing analysis found that Aldi offered the most in average monthly savings (34.5%). Trader Joes, known for its deals and discounts, came in last, with 0% average monthly savings. Get more shopping insights from the full CouponBox grocery analysis here.

If you dont have an Aldi near you, do your own pricing test. Each week for the next month, buythe same groceries at four different stores shopping at a different one each week. Save your receipts and compare. Where did you spend the least? Maybe one store has a bulk section, great for stocking up on pantry items, while another is better for produce and fresh protein. Then modify your shopping routine accordingly!

Save on supplements

If you love your supplements, youre not alone. The supplements industry is currently worth $37 billion, so there is clearly no shortage of supplements available.

And with a little research, you canfind what you need at a price you love. Before paying out of pocket, see if your doctor can write you a prescription. If you can buy it from the pharmacy, you may be able to use your insurance, which could save a few dollars, depending on what you need.

Otherwise, Vitacost and Supplement Warehouse offer steep discounts on a variety of brands and types, and My Supplement Store is almost always offering free shipping for purchases over $50.

Note:Its important to make sure you do your research and even ask your doctor aboutany supplements you decide you take, as they could include ingredients that conflict with other medications youre currently taking.

Plan your meals

This may sound boring and typical, but planning your meals helps you buy just what you need, rather than spending on food that will end up in the trash. For example, you could plan on doing rice, veggies and protein for dinner for the next week. There are many ways you can change this up from day to day, while relying on a few affordable basics:

Planning your meals in this way allows you to get the most for your money, without spending on food you dont need.

See if you qualify for food assistance

Government food assistance, often called food stamps or SNAP (Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program), is offered for a reason: sometimes we need a little help, and theres no shame in that. Many college students, for example, can qualify and get $60 $100+ in food money every month.

When I was in college, this was a lifesaver. I was able to get the healthy food I wanted, and now, with a well-paying job, I can afford it myself. The best part: Most who qualify receive a debit card, so when you check out at the cash register, no one has to know its not your regular bank card.

Living a healthy life can be affordable if you plan a little, look for the deals, and know where to shop. Youll be glad you took the time to do a pricing test and find the best online workout subscription when you see that youre saving every month.

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SEPC supports Arnold Palmer healthy lifestyles summer camp – TheProduceNews.com

August 24, 2017

In a continued effort to support communities in the Southeast, the Southeast Produce Council funded a six-week healthy lifestyles program for families at Arnold Palmer Hospital in Orlando, FL.

The summer session offered children and their families the opportunity to learn more about exercise, healthy eating, positive self-image, and more, while using a family-centered approach. Participants also set goals to achieve by the end of the six-week session. The program was led by Shaista Safder, who is certified in obesity care and management.

“We had a very successful healthy lifestyle summer program this year our best so far,” Safder said in a press release. “Participants benefited immensely and were extremely grateful for the education and support they received. None of this would have been possible without our sponsor support from Southeast Produce Council, including Produce for Kids and FreshPoint. Our participant families definitely reaped the benefits of this partnership.”

Southeast Produce Council members, FreshPoint Central Florida and Produce for Kids provided additional support, including a supply of fresh produce during the program, along with fruit- and vegetable-focused recipe ideas, cookbooks and kitchen gadgets.

We were very excited to help financially and actively in this exciting program to promote healthy lifestyle tips to all of the families that participated this year. These types of consumer educational programs are at the very core of what the SEPC is all about, David Sherrod, president and chief executive officer of the Southeast Produce Council, said in the press release. Arnold Palmer Hospital is one of the nations premier health facilities for children, and we proudly support all their tremendous efforts.

The Southeast Produce Council is also a Finish Line sponsor of Arnold Palmers Walk for Winnie, a year-long fundraising campaign culminating in a celebration event that benefits the Alexander Center for Neonatology at Winnie Palmer Hospital for Women & Babies.

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Business Executives urged to maintain healthy lifestyle – Vanguard … – Vanguard

By Elizabeth Uwandu

Executives in businesses and corporate organisations have been tasked to maintain healthy lifestyle, or risk ruining their establishments. This was the focus of the seminar tagged, Sick and tired of being sick and tired, organised by Seyi Wright of Potters Hospitality Foundation, PHF.

Speaking on the executive health seminar that run from 23rd -26th August, 2017, in Ikoyi, Wright, the senior associate consultant and chief executive officer, Leadership and Vision Limited, said that the need for leaders in businesses and corporate organisations to have a balance health owing to the high rates of issues such as low productivity, pressure and stress that sometimes lead to suicide by executives was the main purpose of the seminar.

His words, We believe that improving the productivity of a nation, community and organisations starts with the people. When the physical, mental, emotional health of the people improve, productivity is enhanced, more profits generated, then employment can increase.

So, when we speak about executive health, we are not just referring to the seniors but also executives at various levels in the organisation, who make different types of contribution and also go through varied types of work pressure. added the consultant.

Speaking on the some health challenges faced by the mangers, founder, PHF noted that, For most executives, a fundamental issue is stress which may manifest in various forms. Stress simply means the inability of the executive to cope effectively with the challenges faced which can also affect mental and emotional health.

There may be consequent lowering of self-esteem, increased blood pressure, cardiac challenges, increased psychosomatic illnesses and so on. There have been many sad stories of executive health challenges, some being fatal;

Since the demands on the executives are unlikely to change in most organisations , the affected persons need to find a way to cope better. That is where the conference comes in. We can assist various levels of executives to be healthier while improving their productivity added the former bank managing director .

Speakers at the health talk included Emily Oken MD, MPH, a Professor in the department of Population Medicine ,Harvard Medical School and the Harvard Pilgrim Health Care Institute, and in the department of Nutrition at the Harvard TH Chan School of Public Health; Chinweike Ukomadu, a translational medicine expert and director at Novartis Institute for Biomedical Research in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Who also was an attending physician and Assistant Professor of Medicine at Harvard Medical School; and David Addo who is Naturopath & Lifestyle Consultant as well as the CEO of the GoodLife Naturopathic Clinic.

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Blood pressure classes begin Thursday – Laurinburg Exchange

LAURINBURG Scotland Health Care System is offering a free high blood pressure management program for senior adults created by the Community and Clinical Connections for Prevention and Health Branch of the North Carolina Division of Public Health.

Know It, Control It for Seniors begins on Thursday.

The class is a community-based blood pressure management program designed to help participants self-monitor their blood pressure and make healthy lifestyle changes to control high blood pressure. Trained blood pressure coaches teach this program using evidence-based strategies to manage cardiovascular disease.

Know It, Control It for Seniors is a community-based blood pressure management program designed to help participants self-monitor their blood pressure and make healthy lifestyle changes to control high blood pressure. Trained blood pressure coaches teach this program using evidence-based strategies to manage cardiovascular disease.

High blood pressure is the leading cause of heart disease, stroke and kidney disease in the United States, said Bines Community Educator of Scotland Health Care System. Knowing your blood pressure numbers can help you take action NOW to prevent or delay the development of more serious complications.

Almost one out of every three adults in the United States has been diagnosed with high blood pressure. Among adults 65 years and older, two out of three have high blood pressure and half of them do not have it under control. All adults should consult with a health care provider, learn their blood pressure numbers, learn to self-monitor their blood pressure and take steps to get healthy, said Bines.

Know It, Control It for Seniors classes are open to people who have been diagnosed with high blood pressure. During each class, blood pressure coaches will lead a discussion on a healthy habit that will help participants control their blood pressure. On class days, the blood pressure coach will also assist each participant with measuring and logging his/her blood pressure with the goal of having them become proficient at tracking and measuring their blood pressure on their own.

Sessions will be held in the W.R. Dulin Center on the campus of Scotland Memorial Hospital in the Community Health & Rehab building.

Dates are Aug. 24 and Aug. 31; Sept. 7 and Sept. 20; Oct. 5 and Oct. 18; and Nov. 14 and Nov. 21. The classes run from 10 to 11:30 a.m.

For information about the Know It, Control It for Seniors High Blood Pressure Management program by contacting Community Health Services at 910-291-6933.

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Healthy lifestyle: Butte woman powers ahead with workouts | Health … – Montana Standard

Go for a spin in fitness devotee Kelli Sullivans class and youll hop off the cycle inspired.

The operative word inspirational swirls around Sullivan, forever encouraging, prompting and demonstrating what it means to be in tip-top shape at any age while stressing the love for working out over any competitive bent that dogs other older, hard-core athletes.

She is a super inspiration for me, said nurse Janet Nothstine, of Butte, who takes Sullivans spin class twice a week at Fuel Fitness and who cycled from Kalispell to El Paso, Texas, in 19 days in 2008 when she turned 50.

Kellis so kind, Nothstine added. Shell stop and chat with someone in the weight room. She stays after when sometimes I do a few weights. If she sees something new thats interesting shes always looking at new things.

At 59, Sullivan the artist, mother and grandmother is in her third decade of lifting weights a few times a week.

Soon after her son Willy was born 28 years ago, she started lifting weights at the Butte Family YMCA. She hasnt let up.

A poster child for active women age 50 and over, Sullivan consistently finishes in the top half of her age group, including the Missoula Half-Marathon in 2016. Last year she also completed the Hibernian 5K St. Paddys Day Run in Anaconda and the Wulfmans Continental Divide Trail Race.

Sullivan is the first to tell you shes not competitive, but its apparent that the workout queen of Butte has been unswervingly competitive with herself to maintain a fitness level uncommon for women her age.

She runs or bicycles nearly daily and except for foot surgery last February has rarely taken time off from working out.

Ive done a ton of biking this summer, but I love to run, said the Butte resident who grew up with an athletic family and coach father in Great Falls. With running, you dont need equipment; you dont have to worry about that.

She loves running in the rain and she loves running on trails on the East Ridge.

Self-employed trainer Brian Yates knows Sullivan well and sings her praises. He has trained her up to three sessions per week when she was into running full marathons.

Shes absolutely unbelievable, said Yates, 45. She definitely made working out her lifestyle. Some people eat, sleep and breathe working out, but shes also an amazing mother and grandmother.

Hailing from an athletic family set Sullivan on a work-out course in junior high, when she started weekend runs with famed retired C.M. Russell High cross-country/track coach Branch Brady.

Thats when I got hooked on running, said Sullivan.

Her father, Don Cramer, coached CMR girls basketball, and sister, Connie Cramer Caouette is the city golf pro in Great Falls. Still, girls sports were limited during the mid-1970s when Sullivan was in school.

She has accomplished a lifetime of workouts, while also running her own art studio on Park Street for 16 years, creating old, archaic art and painting interiors on the side.

Shes an unbelievable artist, said Yates. She could pass for being in her late 40s and her whole life in general is unbelievable. She inspires a lot of people to make healthy living a lifestyle.

If youre starting to work out for the first time in your life, Sullivan gives practical advice:

Find something that you think is fun something you really like to do. Set realistic goals.

For example, start by walking 15 minutes a day, three times a week, then slowly increase your time and frequency.

Not everyone will like spinning on an indoor bike, but the beauty lies in its non-competitive aspect.

People of all levels can cycle, she said. We always start on a flat road, then you determine which level to start with. Youre challenging yourself.

The last outcome she wants is to dread workouts.

Im all about fun, she said.

As for using free weights or the high-tech machines available at Fuel Fitness, the YMCA and other gyms, Sullivan recommends hiring a trainer to learn safe, correct techniques.

At 5-foot-7, a taut 138 pounds and sporting a low heart rate, Sullivan turns 60 next May. Despite her recent big toe joint replacement and nagging foot arthritis, she has returned to running. She will not be slowed, especially since she loves the outdoors.

Ive got a little plan, Sullivan said slyly. When I cant run anymore, Ill hike.

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Health Matters: Living a Healthy Lifestyle – NBC2 News

With over a dozen triathlons under her belt, Erika Graziani, a dietitian with Lee Health, is now preparing for the International Triathlon World Championship.

Erikas daily routine consists of swimming, cycling, and running. If youre going to do triathlons training is really important.

Erika participated in her first triathlon in 2014 after coworkers at Lee Health convinced her to give it a try. With triathlons I didnt know what was going to happen with it. I thought Im going to have to try it and see and Ive really taken a liking to it.

With extensive training starting at 4 a.m., Erika stays disciplined to her exercise and nutrition. In my position as a dietitian, I try to promote health and good nutrition so I try to practice what I preach and be a good role model, said Erika.

Erika has become an example a healthy lifestyle focusing everyday on wellness, nutrition, and exercise. But her next goal is the biggest one yet. In a few days, shell participate in the International Triathlon World Championship. Its amazing sometimes when you think, wow I did that. I remember thinking how can people do those, but again its just that training, said Erika.

While her immediate goal is to cross the finish line, her ultimate goal is to inspire her patients and community to stay active. Knowing that youre going to feel good about it later pushes me, said Erika.

Staying active and healthy eating keeps her motivated to live a healthy lifestyle.

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Time to work together on plans for a healthy lifestyle – TODAYonline

I read Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loongs National Rally Speech 2017 with interest.

Diabetes mellitus and the associated problem of being overweight are indeed huge health problems for Singaporeans.

Diabetes leads to many complications, which extend beyond the kidneys, heart, and brain.

Half to three-quarters of diabetic patients have fatty liver disease, which has become the most common liver problem in many countries, including Singapore and the United States.

Even in China, where Hepatitis B is prevalent at 10 per cent, the occurrence of fatty liver disease in the general population there is estimated to be 20 per cent.

Patients with the disease are at risk of liver cirrhosis, liver failure, and liver cancer. It is expected to be the major cause of liver problems in the next few decades.

Right now, there is no effective and safe medication for treating fatty liver disease.

Most of the clinical research on pharmacological agents that alter the course of fatty liver disease is still ongoing.

However, most studies have shown that weight loss and regular exercise are key, proven treatments for fatty liver disease. A loss of 5 per cent of ones body weight would lead to an improvement in liver function.

As PM Lee said, there is no single magic way to treat diabetes mellitus. Multiple angles of treatment are needed.

Encouraging people to have a healthy diet and do daily exercise for 30 to 60 minutes are the cornerstones of treating diabetes, as well as the associated problem of fatty liver disease.

It is time for all stakeholders including doctors, patients, food sellers, food manufacturers, and the associated government agencies such as the National Environment Agency and Active SG, as well as the Health Ministry to work together in laying out strategies to help people lead a healthy lifestyle.

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St. Rita’s health focus: Sleep tips to get your kids ready for a successful school year – Lima Ohio

Sometime back in July most parents were given a list of school supplies for the upcoming year. Specific descriptions of just the right paper, pencils, crayons and calculators were provided to get them ready to start a new school year. However, on that list they did not find one of the most essential supplies students of all ages need. They were not given the key to unlocking a vital component in the success of their childs school year. That being the key to preparing their child for a good nights sleep following a long summer of sleeping in and staying up late.

The American Academy of Sleep Medicine (AASM) offers a list of recommendations to assure a child gets the healthy sleep they need to learn, function and grow. The week or two before classes return is a good time to start getting your child back on track with their sleep.

Many schools in the area start early in the morning and that makes healthy sleep for a child a challenge. Dont wait until school starts to prepare for the change in bed time, the AASM recommends a gradual transition in the upcoming weeks. A sudden change could make it difficult for him or her to fall asleep. Instead, slowly start making the bedtime earlier; pushing it forward by 5 to 15 minutes each day and waking the child up earlier using the same incremental times. Kids aged seven to twelve need 10 to 11 hours of sleep, while older kids need 8 to 9 hours. Once a sleep schedule is determined, stick to it, dont use the weekend to catch up on sleep.

Establish a relaxing bedtime routine. Start quiet time 1 hour to 1.5 hours prior to bedtime to allow your child to unwind. Include activities like a bath, brushing teeth, bedtime stories for young children or reading time for older children. This is the time to limit television, video games, and other electronic distractions, especially in bed. The bright light emitted by the devices can signal to the body that it should be awake and alert.

In addition to removing nighttime technology from the bedroom, avoid food and drinks with caffeine. A good rule of thumb is to limit pop and caffeinated drinks after 3 p.m. These drinks in the evening can interrupt your childs natural sleep pattern, making it difficult to fall asleep. A heavy meal prior to bed can also make it difficult for your child to fall asleep.

Provide for your child a peaceful bedroom environment. Keep the room dark and a room temperature that is neither too hot nor too cold. Electronic distractions like televisions, computers, or video games should be removed from your childs room and set up in a different location.

Helping children realize that sleep is an essential part of a healthy lifestyle is important for their future, as poor sleep can increase the risk of physical health problems throughout their life. These include obesity, heart disease and diabetes. Be a role model, set a good example for your child. Establish your own regular sleep routine.

If a consistent sleep schedule and good sleep hygiene do not appear to help your child achieve healthy sleep, your child may be suffering from a chronic sleep problem. Talk to your childs doctor or see a sleep medicine physician who has specialized training and expertise to diagnosis and treat all forms of sleep illness.

The sooner your child readjusts to a school-time sleep-schedule, the better he or she will feel in the classroom putting to use their new school supplies.

ST. RITASHEALTH FOCUS

Lisa Taylor is a sleep technologist at Mercy HealthSt. Ritas Sleep Center.

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5 tips to make your healthy lifestyle more affordable | WFTV – WFTV Orlando

by: Jessica Thiefels | Contributor to Clark.comUpdated: Aug 21, 2017 – 11:19 AM

Living a healthy life is not cheap. If youre paying for things like supplements, gym membership fees and organic groceries on a consistent basis, yourcash is very likely slipping through your fingers before you can even count it.

Making your healthy life more affordable may not be easy, but once the necessary habits are adopted, it will become second nature to you!

Use these tips to save money, stay fit, and feel good about your physical and financial health.

Gyms can be expensive, but there are ways to get more and spend less if you know what to look for.

Read more: How to get a gym membership for really cheap

On the other hand, you can skip the gym altogether and use the Internet as your personal trainer. There are a number of websites that offer high-quality workout videos from top-tier trainers, for free or cheap. Here are a few to check out:

Not all grocery stores are created equal. While you might love the one thats closest to you because its convenient, it may not be the best option for saving every week. A recent pricing analysis found that Aldi offered the most in average monthly savings (34.5%). Trader Joes, known for its deals and discounts, came in last, with 0% average monthly savings. Get more shopping insights from the full CouponBox grocery analysis here.

If you dont have an Aldi near you, do your own pricing test. Each week for the next month, buythe same groceries at four different stores shopping at a different one each week. Save your receipts and compare. Where did you spend the least? Maybe one store has a bulk section, great for stocking up on pantry items, while another is better for produce and fresh protein. Then modify your shopping routine accordingly!

Read more: 15 ways to save on groceries without digging for coupons

If you love your supplements, youre not alone. The supplements industry is currently worth $37 billion, so there is clearly no shortage of supplements available.

And with a little research, you canfind what you need at a price you love. Before paying out of pocket, see if your doctor can write you a prescription. If you can buy it from the pharmacy, you may be able to use your insurance, which could save a few dollars, depending on what you need.

Otherwise, Vitacost and Supplement Warehouse offer steep discounts on a variety of brands and types, and My Supplement Store is almost always offering free shipping for purchases over $50.

Note:Its important to make sure you do your research and even ask your doctor aboutany supplements you decide you take, as they could include ingredients that conflict with other medications youre currently taking.

Read more: Avoid supplements with these ingredients

This may sound boring and typical, but planning your meals helps you buy just what you need, rather than spending on food that will end up in the trash. For example, you could plan on doing rice, veggies and protein for dinner for the next week. There are many ways you can change this up from day to day, while relying on a few affordable basics:

Planning your meals in this way allows you to get the most for your money, without spending on food you dont need.

Read more: 9 perks that make a Costco membership totally worth it

Government food assistance, often called food stamps or SNAP (Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program), is offered for a reason: sometimes we need a little help, and theres no shame in that. Many college students, for example, can qualify and get $60 $100+ in food money every month.

When I was in college, this was a lifesaver. I was able to get the healthy food I wanted, and now, with a well-paying job, I can afford it myself. The best part: Most who qualify receive a debit card, so when you check out at the cash register, no one has to know its not your regular bank card.

Living a healthy life can be affordable if you plan a little, look for the deals, and know where to shop. Youll be glad you took the time to do a pricing test and find the best online workout subscription when you see that youre saving every month.

Clark.com

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Volunteering: Develop a healthy lifestyle while helping others – Edmonds Beacon

By John McAlpine | Aug 17, 2017

These are just a few of the many volunteer opportunities that exist in Snohomish County. No matter where you live, we can find something for you. Questions? Call me at 425-374-6374.

Sometimes Im asked, Why is volunteering good for us?

UnitedHealth Group commissioned a national survey of 3,351 adults and found that the overwhelming majority of participants reported feeling mentally and physically healthier after a volunteer experience.

They report the following:

76 percent of people who volunteered in the last 12 months said that volunteering has made them feel healthier;

94 percent of people who volunteered in the last 12 months said that volunteering improved their mood;

78 percent of them said that volunteering lowered their stress levels.

You too can experience these good things by volunteering. For example;

Student Mentors

With school starting soon, help will be needed in the classroom and after school. Teaching experience is not required, just a desire to help students do their best. A few hours volunteering a week can change someones life, including yours!

SHIBA

SHIBA is a program of Homage Senior Services. It stands for Statewide Health Insurance Benefits Advisors. You are trained (40 hours to be exact) to help people make informed decisions. With this training you will be able to help Medicare eligible clients of all ages make choices regarding insurance. You assist people with problem-solving and understanding the complex world of medical insurance.

Food Banks

There is a serious food problem in Washington state. Children and the elderly are the most affected, making up over 50 percent of the people utilizing the emergency food system. For school-aged children, according to the Food Lifeline website (www.foodlifeline.org), Washington state ranks 49th in the nation for summer breakfast participation. While you may not be able to help with that issue, there is plenty to do helping food banks take care of their clients. All the food banks in Snohomish County can use your help. RSVP works with most of them. You can work behind the scenes, with clients or both.

Volunteer Transportation

Imagine not having a car. Imagine trying to get around using the bus. Imagine, for example, living in Stanwood and your doctor is in Edmonds. This is what life is like for many of our Volunteer Transportation clients. They dont have a car to run the errands and take care of the tasks everyday life demands. You can help by giving rides. You choose where you drive and how often. A perfect driving record is NOT required.

To learn more, contact John McAlpine, Volunteer Recruiter, Retired and Senior Volunteers, Catholic Community Services, Everett, at 425-374-6374 or johnm@ccsww.org.

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