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15 hours ago

Lifestyle Magazine

ANYONE can become ADDICTED

WHO's most at risk?

* Genetics account for 50–75% of the risk of addiction
(Children of addicts are twice as likely to become addicts)
* Victims of Abuse
- physical
- sexual
- emotional
* People with family or friends who suffer from addiction

Other Risk Factors:
* personality traits
* brain characteristics
* psychological issues
* anxiety
* depression

Just because you have one or more of these risk factors DOESN'T MEAN you will become addicted.

It MEANS you need to be cautious about using addictive substances - even if prescribed by a health professional.

For more, visit: lifestyle.org/the-whys-and-hows-of-addiction
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2 days ago

Lifestyle Magazine
Addiction is a complex, chronic disease that affects millions of people worldwide.

But many misconceptions remain:

Whos at risk for addiction?
What does addiction look like?
How is addiction a disease?
How is addiction treated?

For some answers, read: https://lifestyle.org/the-whys-and-hows-of-addiction

Addiction is a complex, chronic disease that affects millions of people worldwide.

But many misconceptions remain:

Who's at risk for addiction?
What does addiction look like?
How is addiction a disease?
How is addiction treated?

For some answers, read: lifestyle.org/the-whys-and-hows-of-addiction
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4 days ago

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For a free brochure on #Lyme disease and a CDC bookmark on #tick bites, visit:

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For a free brochure on #Lyme disease and a CDC bookmark on #tick bites, visit:

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5 days ago

Lifestyle Magazine
Actor Eric Lutes from the popular television show Caroline in the City and fellow Lyme fighter model Kortnye Hurst share with us their Lyme disease diagnoses and what theyve discovered on the road to wellness.

https://lifestyle.org/shows/living-with-lyme-disease

Actor Eric Lutes from the popular television show "Caroline in the City" and fellow Lyme fighter model Kortnye Hurst share with us their Lyme disease diagnoses and what they've discovered on the road to wellness.

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6 days ago

Lifestyle Magazine
Break the Diet Cycle: don’t expect perfection

Constantly being bombarded with conflicting studies on nutrition and new fad diets can make food choices a lot more complicated than they need to be. 

It’s not possible (or necessary) to make healthy food choices all the time.

Getting rid of the need for perfection goes a long way in eliminating the guilt you feel after making unhealthy choices. And if you don’t feel guilty, you won’t feel a need to pay penance by going on a harmful diet - an effective approach to break the cycle of yo-yo dieting.

https://lifestyle.org/live-diet-free-for-life

Break the Diet Cycle: don’t expect perfection

Constantly being bombarded with conflicting studies on nutrition and new fad diets can make food choices a lot more complicated than they need to be.

It’s not possible (or necessary) to make healthy food choices all the time.

Getting rid of the need for perfection goes a long way in eliminating the guilt you feel after making unhealthy choices. And if you don’t feel guilty, you won’t feel a need to pay penance by going on a harmful diet - an effective approach to break the cycle of yo-yo dieting.

lifestyle.org/live-diet-free-for-life
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7 days ago

Lifestyle Magazine
Stuck in the Diet-Cheat-Repent-Repeat Cycle?

Feel like you need to deny yourself to be healthy?

Break the Diet Cycle: make the healthiest choice that won’t leave you feeling deprived.

Rethink Your Strategies: https://lifestyle.org/live-diet-free-for-life

Stuck in the Diet-Cheat-Repent-Repeat Cycle?

Feel like you need to deny yourself to be healthy?

Break the Diet Cycle: make the healthiest choice that won’t leave you feeling deprived.

Rethink Your Strategies: lifestyle.org/live-diet-free-for-life
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1 week ago

Lifestyle Magazine
Break the Diet Cycle: separate nutritional FACTS from fiction

Nutrition facts are an essential part of a healthy diet and shouldn’t be ignored but you don’t need to react to every new nutrition “discovery.”

The people purporting these breakthroughs often have no credible qualifications. These claims should be taken with a grain of salt - especially if they promise a quick fix.

If you’re having trouble separating nutritional facts from fiction, speak to a registered dietitian. They are trained to critically analyze conflicting claims and point you in the right direction.

https://lifestyle.org/live-diet-free-for-life

Break the Diet Cycle: separate nutritional FACTS from fiction

Nutrition facts are an essential part of a healthy diet and shouldn’t be ignored but you don’t need to react to every new nutrition “discovery.”

The people purporting these breakthroughs often have no credible qualifications. These claims should be taken with a grain of salt - especially if they promise a quick fix.

If you’re having trouble separating nutritional facts from fiction, speak to a registered dietitian. They are trained to critically analyze conflicting claims and point you in the right direction.

lifestyle.org/live-diet-free-for-life
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1 week ago

Lifestyle Magazine
Break the Diet Cycle!

You dont have to make drastic (temporary) changes to your way of eating to be healthier.

Small, sustainable improvements can produce better results in the long-term:

Add an extra serving of vegetables
Go meat-free one day a week

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Break the Diet Cycle!

You don't have to make drastic (temporary) changes to your way of eating to be healthier.

Small, sustainable improvements can produce better results in the long-term:

Add an extra serving of vegetables
Go meat-free one day a week

lifestyle.org/live-diet-free-for-life
... See MoreSee Less

1 week ago

Lifestyle Magazine
Life today is rife with diet culture. So many people seem to be at war in an unhealthy relationship with food. The rules are continually changing, the foods that were good a couple of years ago are now on the bad list.

This obsession with diet is exhausting - and it doesn’t seem to be working!

One in three Americans go on a diet every year yet two in three women and three in four men are overweight. Moreover, dieting and clean eating are the most important predictors of eating disorders in teens.

Even so, this doesn’t mean we should throw in the towel and stop trying to eat healthier. We do, however, need to rethink our strategy.

https://lifestyle.org/live-diet-free-for-life

Life today is rife with diet culture. So many people seem to be at war in an unhealthy relationship with food. The rules are continually changing, the foods that were good a couple of years ago are now on the bad list.

This obsession with diet is exhausting - and it doesn’t seem to be working!

One in three Americans go on a diet every year yet two in three women and three in four men are overweight. Moreover, dieting and clean eating are the most important predictors of eating disorders in teens.

Even so, this doesn’t mean we should throw in the towel and stop trying to eat healthier. We do, however, need to rethink our strategy.

lifestyle.org/live-diet-free-for-life
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