The Essential 10 Fitness, Nutrition & Medical Trends Trenton NJ

The following 10 fitness, nutrition and medical trends that will give you the tools to take control of your health and your family's.

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427 E Street Rd
Feasterville, PA
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Pennsylvania Health Insurance
(215) 944-3079
45 Carmelita Dr
Richboro, PA
 
Genesis HealthCare
(908) 859-2800
290 Red School Lane
Phillipsburg, NJ

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C.O.E. Insurance
(908) 454-8582
344 South Main Street
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(732) 961-8430
7 Randolph Road
Howell, NJ
 
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(154) 564-6546
Mount Holly Avenue
VIRGINIA, VA
 
Marilyn Burstin LUTCF
(215) 742-0214
PO Box 52606
Philadelphia, PA
 
Neighborhood Health Center Phillipsburg
(908) 454-4600
427-429 South Main Street
Phillipsburg, NJ

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(201) 469-2000
545 Washington Blvd.
Jersey City, NJ
 
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The Essential 10 Fitness, Nutrition & Medical Trends

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The Essential 10 Fitness, Nutrition & Medical Trends
by Margaret Littman

Extracted from HealthTime magazine, a Sunday insert of the Press Democrat, a New York Times-owned newspaper, Santa Rosa, California, April 30, 2003
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The good news is we don't have to stand idly by. If knowledge is power, then you can get juiced on the following 10 fitness, nutrition and medical trends that will give you the tools to take control of your health and your family's.

  1. Knowledge remains power [new food labeling]
  2. Here comes the sun [skin protection]
  3. A good night's sleep
  4. Alternatives to mammograms
  5. Getting in touch with your genetic make-up [testing for genetic disease markers]
  6. Less clutter in the basement [less, more compact, multi-use fitness equipment]
  7. Stop cooking
    No, we're not recommending fast food. It is raw food that's all the rage.
    The raw food movement has long been a favorite of purists, with the occasional mention in culinary circles. But in April, Chicago haute-cuisine chef Charlie Trotter will release his newest cookbook, "RAW" (Ten Speed Press), and with it raw food is likely to become the way to eat for many mainstreamers.
    Proponents of the movement believe enzymes, which assist in the digestion of foods, are destroyed when foods are cooked. Obviously, nonvegetarians should still cook meat, poultry and chicken, but scientists at Cornell University and elsewhere say there may be benefits to keeping other ingredients as raw as possible.
  8. Getting wet [water exercises]
  9. Buying the farm [buying straight from farms]
  10. Learning to like lutein [fish]

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