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  • Sugar Substitute Showdown continues… - Sugar Substitute Showdown continues…   A few weeks ago, I posted a blog on sugar substitutes.  If you missed it you can check it out here: https://tenandfit.com/sweet-on-you/ Some new research has come out that fills in some of the blanks on why sugar substitutes are not living up to their promises….   Over three quarters […]
  • Churches Cause Murder! - Churches Cause Murder!   Ok.  So that is a ridiculous statement.  But try some of these on for size: Blueberries prevent breast cancer! Antidepressants during pregnancy cause autism! Ballet workouts give you long lean muscles! Maybe those don’t sound quite as farfetched.  In fact, I have seen all of these statements in the media one […]
  • HIIT is HOT - HIIT is HOT Last week there must have been another article in the New York Times or something because all I kept hearing over and over again was how high intensity interval training in older adults resulted in changes “at the cellular level!”  I think at least five different people mentioned it to me.  “Ellen […]
  • Exercising on the Spectrum - Exercising on the Spectrum   At this point I think most people are aware that the rate of diagnosis of autism spectrum disorders has increased greatly in recent years.  When I was little, the rate was approximately 1 in 500 children.  It is now around 1 in 68.  The primary symptoms of autism spectrum disorder […]
  • Running Your Knees into the Ground? - Running Your Knees into the Ground?   People have often assumed that the pounding impact of frequent running will inevitably lead to knee injuries and osteoarthritis.  But recent research is calling those assumptions into question.  Could regular running actually be GOOD for your knees? The most recent study to get a lot of play in […]
  • Fastastic Feet - Fantastic Feet:  An Update in the Great Shoe Debate   I freaking love feet.  Maybe you’ve noticed. I didn’t used to.  In fact, I didn’t use to think about feet much at all.  Despite the fact that the foot contains one quarter of all the bones in the human body, plus 33 joints and over […]
  • HDL All Hype? - HDL All Hype?   About 20 years ago I got my cholesterol levels tested and my LDL level was 74 and my HDL level was 75. I was SO proud. You might be familiar with the old cholesterol level recommendations.  Your total cholesterol should be under 220.  But it was the ratio between the LDL […]
  • Heart Your Heart! - Heart Your Heart!   Valentine’s Day is this week and it’s also National Heart Month, so let’s show that big hunk o’muscle some love… There are some risk factors for heart disease you have no control over (gender, age, family history, ethnicity), but most of them you can change.  Some more easily than others of […]
  • Sweet on You - Sweet on You: Sugar Substitute Showdown   Sugar is the current bad guy in the nutrition world.  Lots of substances have worn the black hat in the past – fat, saturated fat, trans fat, carbs, salt… and there are reasons to limit if not eliminate some of these things from our diets.  But sugar, and […]
  • What Exercise CAN’T Do - What Exercise CAN’T Do:   Physical Activity is truly incredible.  There are so many really powerful things that it can do for your body: Keeps your muscles strong and your joints limber so that you can continue to do the things you want to do. Elevates your mood, prevents depression, and helps you to be […]
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