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to use affirmations or mantras they can re- come ex-smokers. cite to themselves when things get rough or Experts from the Mayo Clinic’s Nicotine urges become overwhelming. Dependence Center in Rochester, Minn., contribute to the site and offer alternative tips Smoke-free for people when they crave a cigarette, such In the case of smoking cessation, Keefe said as calling a friend, exercising or contacting a she believes that when people quit, the nicotine quit smoking coach at 1-800-QUIT-NOW. only actually stays in the body for a few days. Nutrition “After that, it’s just dealing with the habit, not the drug itself,� she said. In terms of weight loss and nutrition, Ashlee “Resolutions do come and go so quick,� Hughes of the PinnacleHealth Weight Loss said Dawn Vioral, director of the Health Edu- Center said that, again, it’s important not to get discouraged when the going gets rough. cation Department at Sadler Health Center. “The first thing I would say is do not Vioral said they actually deter people from picking a specific date to begin quitting get discouraged if you fall off the wagon,� Hughes said. “(The best thing to do is) to smoking, or from making it a “resolution.� “It’s a process, one day after the other,� think of it as making a healthy lifestyle change instead of being on a diet.� Vioral said. Hughes said that it’s important to reSpeaking to a doctor or treatment specialists member that “everyone has their little inand coming up with a plan to quit makes the effort that much more effective, Vioral added. dulgences� as well, be it potato chips or “They increase their success by 50 per- chocolate cake, and that those treats are OK from time to time in moderation. cent,� she said of people who seek help and It’s also easier if you have a “buddy� or make up a detailed plan to quit. someone to be held accountable to, Hughes The website BecomeAnEx.org is also a said, be it a relative, friend or co-worker. “It’s a great way to work on things togethhelpful resource for people looking to be-

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Sticking to your New Year’s resolution It’s nearly a month into the New Year. How well have you been keeping up with your resolutions? If you have already wavered in your dedication to a certain goal, such as quitting smoking, losing weight or exercising more, you are not alone. Luckily, area healthcare professionals have some tips and suggestions for staying on track with your resolutions throughout the year — or getting back on track if you have slipped off. Across the board, they said the most important thing you can do is not give up on yourself, no matter what stage you are at in making your resolution a reality. “Simply don’t give up, even if you get discouraged,� said consulting hypnotist Cathy Keefe of the Hypnosis Office of Carlisle. In her line of work, Keefe teaches people

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Loser • Continued from H4 start moving and making healthier food choices. But getting started can be a daunting task and, unfortunately, reality is that not everyone who has a significant amount of weight to lose can be a contestant of the reality TV show. Hopefully, the following expert advice will serve as food for thought for those looking to replicate the success of their favorite contestants at home.

“Without healing the emotional need for food, a person cannot lose all the excess weight they carry, and even if they do get down to a bottom weight, they will eventually put it back on.”

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Determine why you eat. Most people who overeat or have weight issues are emotional eaters, says Dr. Talia Witkowski, a former eating disorder psychologist and the current director of marketing and outreach for the Nelson Center for Emotional Healing, Los Angeles. “It is not only important to address the emotional issue when losing weight – it is essential,” she says. “Without healing the emotional need for food, a person cannot lose all the excess weight they carry, and even if they do get down to a bottom weight, they will eventually put it back on.” Or they may develop another addiction

t may seem like old Popeye cartoons were just a clever scheme to get reluctant children to eat spinach. In fact, that may be correct. However, Popeye’s use of spinach to boost his strength was not unfounded, as spinach is one of the healthiest foods for making your body stronger and healthier. Spinach is considered to be the one of the most nutrient-rich foods. It provides powerful antioxidant protection, is rich in minerals and vitamins and will increase your energy levels. It is important to also recognize the longterm benefits of incorporating spinach into your diet. Eating one cup of spinach twice a week has been shown to increase your body’s protection against stress, inflammatory problems, cardio-

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vascular problems, bone problems, and various types of cancer. Increasing your intake of spinach might just be a matter of adding it to meals you already eat. Use spinach leaves in salad. Add spinach to an omelet for added flavor and nutrition. Stir some spinach into pasta dishes or place it on a homemade pizza. Another easy option is to simply toss some spinach with olive oil and garlic over low heat for a delicious side dish. Adding spinach to your regular diet is simple. The benefits of increasing your intake will far outweigh the hassle.

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Loser • Continued from H5 Buddies can be found in many places, such as at work, the gym, at church and in the family, Snyder says. “The parents of your children’s sport teams that normally sit on the sidelines and watch may be inspired to get off the bleachers and move.â€? Think about it: there are very few things in life that are done alone, and most youth physical activities take place in a group setting, he points out. “Being in a group gives you a sense of belonging. It also makes you feel part of a team. It says that, you are not alone!â€?

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Take advantage of health club fitness classes. Exercising in a class setting “gives you a feeling of safety, that you are not being singled out as right or wrong,� says Donna Cyrus, senior vice president of programming for Crunch Fitness health clubs. “You have the ability to progress quicker, come back to [the]

same class, get better and better.� Plus, health clubs design most classes to make working out fun. Camaraderie often develops between classmates who exercise together regularly, as well as between students and the instructor, she says. In addition, students end up attending regularly when they realize someone notices when they’re not there. Intimidated? Shorter classes, like those 30 minutes in length, that aren’t overly challenging can serve as group setting “safe havens,� Cyrus advises. “Go three times a week. Start with a reasonable choice of what can do first week, then slowly, but surely take yourself to the next level.�

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Set a reward. “A veritable ‘carrot on a stick’ can be a very motivating tool for some that are goal oriented,� Snyder says. “It also allows those trying to lose weight to shift constant focus off their weight loss goal and

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more on something else they would like to acquire or achieve.� He notes that some people choose rewards that make them feel better about their new and improved bodies, such as massages, manicures and pedicures, or a new hairstyle. Others might choose a trip or even an overnight stay at bed and breakfast. Snyder recently worked with a group that set a non-self-centered prize for its six-week challenge: to donate dog food to a local shelter in the amount of weight lost multiplied by 10. “A prize that focuses on helping others is not just altruistic but, from a spiritual perspective, quite powerful,� he says. “Thinking of how we can be of service to others creates gratitude in our hearts. Gratitude is a great way of rightsizing our own problems and getting out of our own way. When we are experiencing gratitude, the likelihood that we sabotage our progress is much less.�

California-based personal trainer rocky Snyder recommends these five quick workouts that almost anyone can do in about eight minutes. He explains that the approach is based on the Tabata Protocol, with eight total sets of 20 seconds of work and10 seconds of rest following each set. The total time to accomplish eight 20-second sets with 10 seconds rest in between is four minutes; doing both parts of a workout takes eight minutes. “The calories burned after the fact are what is the amazing part,� Snyder says.“The body will require many calories to recuperate, and the majority of calories utilized for recuperation will be fat calories.�

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Loser • Continued from H5 Buddies can be found in many places, such as at work, the gym, at church and in the family, Snyder says. “The parents of your children’s sport teams that normally sit on the sidelines and watch may be inspired to get off the bleachers and move.â€? Think about it: there are very few things in life that are done alone, and most youth physical activities take place in a group setting, he points out. “Being in a group gives you a sense of belonging. It also makes you feel part of a team. It says that, you are not alone!â€?

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same class, get better and better.� Plus, health clubs design most classes to make working out fun. Camaraderie often develops between classmates who exercise together regularly, as well as between students and the instructor, she says. In addition, students end up attending regularly when they realize someone notices when they’re not there. Intimidated? Shorter classes, like those 30 minutes in length, that aren’t overly challenging can serve as group setting “safe havens,� Cyrus advises. “Go three times a week. Start with a reasonable choice of what can do first week, then slowly, but surely take yourself to the next level.�

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more on something else they would like to acquire or achieve.� He notes that some people choose rewards that make them feel better about their new and improved bodies, such as massages, manicures and pedicures, or a new hairstyle. Others might choose a trip or even an overnight stay at bed and breakfast. Snyder recently worked with a group that set a non-self-centered prize for its six-week challenge: to donate dog food to a local shelter in the amount of weight lost multiplied by 10. “A prize that focuses on helping others is not just altruistic but, from a spiritual perspective, quite powerful,� he says. “Thinking of how we can be of service to others creates gratitude in our hearts. Gratitude is a great way of rightsizing our own problems and getting out of our own way. When we are experiencing gratitude, the likelihood that we sabotage our progress is much less.�

California-based personal trainer rocky Snyder recommends these five quick workouts that almost anyone can do in about eight minutes. He explains that the approach is based on the Tabata Protocol, with eight total sets of 20 seconds of work and10 seconds of rest following each set. The total time to accomplish eight 20-second sets with 10 seconds rest in between is four minutes; doing both parts of a workout takes eight minutes. “The calories burned after the fact are what is the amazing part,� Snyder says.“The body will require many calories to recuperate, and the majority of calories utilized for recuperation will be fat calories.�

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Loser • Continued from H4 start moving and making healthier food choices. But getting started can be a daunting task and, unfortunately, reality is that not everyone who has a significant amount of weight to lose can be a contestant of the reality TV show. Hopefully, the following expert advice will serve as food for thought for those looking to replicate the success of their favorite contestants at home.

“Without healing the emotional need for food, a person cannot lose all the excess weight they carry, and even if they do get down to a bottom weight, they will eventually put it back on.”

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Sticking to your New Year’s resolution It’s nearly a month into the New Year. How well have you been keeping up with your resolutions? If you have already wavered in your dedication to a certain goal, such as quitting smoking, losing weight or exercising more, you are not alone. Luckily, area healthcare professionals have some tips and suggestions for staying on track with your resolutions throughout the year — or getting back on track if you have slipped off. Across the board, they said the most important thing you can do is not give up on yourself, no matter what stage you are at in making your resolution a reality. “Simply don’t give up, even if you get discouraged,� said consulting hypnotist Cathy Keefe of the Hypnosis Office of Carlisle. In her line of work, Keefe teaches people

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