Monthly Archives: April 2014

Something New

I’m obnoxiously excited to run the Pittsburgh Marathon on Sunday. I’m healthy, full of carbs, and sooooo done with tapering. I’m also kind of looking forward to not being in marathon training anymore though. Don’t get me wrong, I love … Continue reading

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Dining with Diabetes to teach healthy eating habits

The Penn State Extension will offer Dining with Diabetes, a series of six classes for people who have Type 2 Diabetes or pre-diabetes and their families. The classes will be 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. May 22, 29 and June 5, … Continue reading

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No Sweat, Literally: Proud of my team

I got around the corner, nearing Pine Street in York and I asked the volunteer who was directing runners down the street how far we’d gone. “One mile to go,” she said, waving her orange flag. I ran the Race … Continue reading

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Meatout Mondays: Skillet lasagna

My pots and pans have been aching to be used the past few months. Then I found Cooksimple skillet lasagna and created dinner for Meatout Mondays.

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Food fad: Chia a tiny seed that packs a dietary punch

You might have seen it pop up in health magazines or even on grocery store shelves next to your well known quinoa and barley goods. But this little seed once widely used in growing grassy heads of hair on clay … Continue reading

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Gut Feeling about Gastritis

Lutheran Home Care & Hospice‘s May Health & Wellness Presentation is “Gut Feelings about Gastritis.” Gastritis is a stomach condition and can be extremely uncomfortable and irritating. This condition causes the lining of the stomach, known as the mucosa, to … Continue reading

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Enjoying The Journey – Weight Loss Edition

At Lindsay Weighs In I talk about my journey to lose 100 pounds.   ( By the way, I just did a big redesign! Check it out! 🙂 ) I’m never quiet on my blog about the fact that this … Continue reading

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Yoga is my drug

Yoga is my drug of choice. This is different from my youth when drugs were my drug of choice (and alcohol, and food, and cigarettes, and scrap booking).  I have always loved yoga.  I got into it when I was … Continue reading

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Make a healthy snack alternative with baked tortilla chips

A lot of Mexican food is fried with lard, and that includes your favorite store bought tortilla chips. Many of these chip options are high in fat and calories and offer little nutritional value. Salsa is a great, healthy snack, … Continue reading

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Family First Health dentists to offer free screenings for kids as part of YMCA Healthy Kids Day

Family First Health’s dental directors Drs. Joseph and LaJuan Mountain will provide free dental screenings to children as part of the York YMCA’s Healthy Kids Day, April 26, 2014. In partnership with Colgate’s Bright Smiles, Bright Futures program, the Mountains … Continue reading

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