The Week in Wellness for August 26, 2012

Each Saturday Morning, Stronger U Fitness counts down our favorite recent health and wellness articles and posts. Enjoy!


What are your favorite uses for Almond Butter? Fitnessista shares hers.

Charles Poliquin shares Seven Reasons to Eliminate Processed Foods from Your Diet in Favor of Whole Foods.


Sometimes stress goes on for so long that it can have physical consequences. In this Stronger U Fitness blog post, Kris brings you the three phases for managing major stress.

There are still a couple of good months out there! Trainer Joe Dowdell presents Outdoor Workout Tips.

Danae Matthews, guest blogger at Fit Bottomed Girls reminds us that mindless eating is a double-edged sword.

Ever felt like to-do lists were a little bit mundane? Stepcase Lifehack shares a way to create a more meaningful list.

Recipe Alert! Well+Good NYC has Salmon Papillotes with Red Peppercorns, Lime, and Ginger on their minds!

Recent studies are suggesting that if you’re obese in middle age, you are more likely to face dementia in old age.
Source: Time Heartland

Yogi and travel writer Piers Moore-Ede doesn’t exist.

Alwyn Cosgrove beat cancer. Twice. As it turns out, his training regimen saved his life.

Nearly 1 in 2 doctors report at least one symptom of emotional exhaustion.
Source: Time Healthland

Were you born between 1945 and 1965? In light of new treatments, the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommend that you get a one-time Hepatitis C test.

The radiation emitted by cell phones may affect children more than twice as much as adults. When is the right age to give your child a cell phone?
Source: Time Heartland

Hungry? Oh She Glows presents this recipe for Warm Quinoa Salad with 3-Herb Green Sauce”

Did you know that the Nutrition Facts on your favorite foods can be mislabeled by as much as 20%? Tamara Duker Freuman brings you… When Nutrition Labels Lie.

Wired asks why fitness tracker calorie counts are all over the map.

From Men’s Health, it’s America’s Scariest Fitness Trends.

We don’t need brilliant strategies in order to be healthy. We need strategies that we apply. Zen Habits brings us 20 Simple Strategies for Getting Healthy.

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