Archives for June 2010

A Little Adds A Lot

For each extra pound of weight we carry, we put between 4 – 5 pounds of pressure on our knees.  It’s amazing how even just a little weight loss can make you feel so much better. - Keith … [Read more...]

Reduce Your Risk

Many studies have shown that a small weight loss of 5{1ee8873d3da54571ef77633feec9b2f18618b0dba2f28faf42edb28003d1c6f7} to 10{1ee8873d3da54571ef77633feec9b2f18618b0dba2f28faf42edb28003d1c6f7} of your current weight can dramatically reduce your risk of heart disease, hypertension, diabetes and other potential medical problems. - Keith … [Read more...]

Keith – Towson Alumni Magazine

Weighty Matters by Bill Sheridan This article was written for the Summer 2010 Towson University Alumni Magazine. Feel free to share this article with your friends. http://www.towsonalumnimagazine.com/towson/2010summer#pg10 … [Read more...]

Obesogenic

We are living in an “Obesogenic” or “Fat Creating Society”.  The odds are stacked against many of us. The temptations to not eat healthy and be sedentary are great. Finding and eating healthy foods and snacks challenge many everyday. The stronger the challenge, the stronger the fight, the greater the victory.  I say, bring it on. - Keith … [Read more...]

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