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Every week, our experts provide simple, healthy and fun tips in the areas of Fitness, Nutrition, Mental Wellness and Fashion. As you try the weekly tips, you’ll be able to pick and choose your favorites to continue on a regular basis, making healthy practices second nature. With new tips every week, we think you’ll find enough that appeal to you. Feel free to Ask Our Experts any questions about how to better execute on a specific tip: they’re here for you!

Tips

Take pride in expressing yourself, rather than hiding due to worrying about what others may think.

Posted in: Express | August 18, 2014

Strive to find your own voice.

Posted in: Think | August 18, 2014

Get a check of your blood level of vitamin D, so you know if you need to supplement.

Posted in: Nourish | August 18, 2014

Trust your body’s feedback rather than treating your body as a limitation to be overcome.

Posted in: Move | August 17, 2014

Release yourself from a thin-centric view of fashion at the pace that works best for you.

Posted in: Express | August 10, 2014

Your body is worthy of your love, just as it is.

Posted in: Think | August 10, 2014

Weight loss surgery makes it more difficult to be well-nourished.

Posted in: Nourish | August 10, 2014

Movement has many benefits, but looking like a movie star is probably not going to be one of them.

Posted in: Move | August 10, 2014

Confidence is the sexiest thing a woman can wear.

Posted in: Express | August 04, 2014

Let yourself be visible, no matter what your size or shape.

Posted in: Think | August 04, 2014

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Weekly Tips

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Take pride in expressing yourself, rather than hiding due to worrying about what others may think.
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Strive to find your own voice.
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Get a check of your blood level of vitamin D, so you know if you need to supplement.
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Trust your body’s feedback rather than treating your body as a limitation to be overcome.

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