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Diet and Weight Loss

New Health Study Validates Popular Diet App’s Cash Payout Paradigm

Findings uncover that social gamification + competition increases physical activity among overweight and obese adults—both key components of HealthyWage.com’s monetary reward-driven wellness contests for individuals and corporate/team-based weight loss challenges According to new study findings published by JAMA Internal Medicine, behavioral economics-based gamification led to “significantly” increased physical activity among […]

Dried Smashed and Spread: The First Wealth is Health
Balance & Lifestyle / Health & Wellness

Dried Smashed and Spread: The First Wealth is Health

Is there anyone who would argue with Ralph Waldo Emerson’s timeless observation that health is wealth? As I survey the various seasons and terrains of my life, I can attest to these three words, without a doubt. Yet, the last decade, perhaps two, have been the most revealing, concerning them. […]

Starting a Mediterranean Pantry
Health / Healthy Eating

Starting a Mediterranean Pantry

Excerpted from  The Mediterranean Diabetes Cookbook, 2nd Edition: A Flavorful, Heart-Healthy Approach to Cooking A well-stocked pantry saves time, money, and stress when you’re ready to cook. And most importantly, it encourages you to eat healthfully. This essential checklist contains all the ingredients you’ll need to prepare delicious and nutritious […]

The Best Gift for Father’s Day? Help Dad Live a Long, Healthy Life  with the Mediterranean Diet
Health / Healthy Eating

The Best Gift for Father’s Day? Help Dad Live a Long, Healthy Life with the Mediterranean Diet

… (and These Delicious Recipes) By Amy Riolo With Father‘s Day just around the corner, most of us are busy planning the perfect present for Dad. The usual gifts of cards, neckties, and watches are nice ideas, but the greatest gift you could give your father is helping him achieve lasting health. The best way […]

GET YOUR FITNESS ROUTINE UP AND RUNNING FOR NATIONAL FITNESS MONTH
Diet and Weight Loss / Exercise Plans / Health / Health & Wellness

GET YOUR FITNESS ROUTINE UP AND RUNNING FOR NATIONAL FITNESS MONTH

Scan the latest articles and data on health and wellness and you’ll find quite a lot of written about getting kids spending too much time on screens instead of engaging in active play. But what about adults? While the World Health Organization has recently released new guidelines stating that kids […]

How to cut down on added sugar. Q&A with a Dietitian
Health / Healthy Eating

How to cut down on added sugar. Q&A with a Dietitian

February is American Heart Month, but we think it’s important to love your heart every day! So, we sat down with Amy Davis, RD, Swerve’s registered dietitian, to find out how people can improve their heart health with a few simple swaps. Q. People often think that eating a heart […]

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