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Step By Step Guide to a Guilt Free Thanksgiving

During this Thanksgiving season, its important for the community of Carmel Valley San Diego to maintain a healthy lifestyle.  Here are just some quick and simple suggestions to having a Guilt Free Thanksgiving! Water Before the eating frenzy even gets started, down 2 glasses of water. Regulate hunger Speed up metabolism Turkey Oven baked NOT […]

Healthy Holidays I can’t believe I ate the whole thing! 3 key components to healthy weight management are setting short and long term goals, a structured schedule, and discipline.  Yet when it comes to the holidays, all of those factors are put to the test.  Here are 5 reasons why people tend to gain weight […]

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Adolescent Attitudes

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Attitude (def): Often a parent’s worst nightmare.  Evidence of an “attitude” begins as early as 2 years of age and remains intact through ages 16 to 17 frequently manifesting when a child or adolescent is feeling thwarted, is in a bad mood, tired, or when interrupted of refrained from an activity of their choice.  Many […]

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Does your spouse SNORE?  Twenty-three percent of sleep partners sleep in separate rooms due to snoring.  Snoring is the first sign of a medical condition known as “Sleep Apnea,” which can be a serious health problem for individuals. Sleep Apnea occurs when one’s breathing is disrupted during sleep.  Left untreated, it can cause hypertension, diabetes, depression, stroke, […]

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First off I would like to welcome you all to my first article with The Carmel Valley Life.  I love this site and am excited to share some practical information that I hope everyone can use.  I started Fit N Fun Kids with the hopes of helping many kids and making a positive impact in […]

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Eating Healthy Beans Beans, beans, the musical fruit. Well, they may be musical for some. More importantly however, they’re one of the richest sources of plant-based protein available. A daily staple throughout history, legumes have supplied the bulk of protein for numerous cultures. Yet in much of our western culture, animal foods have largely displaced […]

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The Western pallet (especially Americans) craves sweet and salty foods from early childhood; hence the sugar addiction.  This is a vast contrast to the Eastern pallet, which craves sour, bitter, and pungent foods.  Food manufacturers use this fact as to their benefit by adding sugar into nearly every food product available on the market.  For […]

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Marie Raftery was announced as the Jewish Family Service 2017 Board Chair. A Boston native, Raftery came to San Diego in 1980 as director of the UCLA Dental Clinic, before opening her own Dental Practice Management Corp. in 1987. She went on to open and manage 10 offices throughout San Diego County. All of the […]

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“Get Outside San Diego is the first of its kind,” said Dan Rademacher of the nonprofit GreenInfo Network, the site’s creator. “While search engines and web maps can be useful for finding neighborhood parks, they don’t have accurate park details for the entire county. Get Outside San Diego allows users to search for all San […]

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Jewish Family Service of San Diego raised more than $1.1 million at its annual Heart & Soul Gala at the Hyatt Regency La Jolla at Aventine on April 1. Guests participated in a silent auction with more than 100 packages and raised their paddles in a “Fund-A-Mitzvah” that included a $200,000 donation match by Honorary […]

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Emergency preparedness for people and pets, what to do following a disaster, and services available to the public will be the focus when the American Red Cross (ARC) of San Diego / Imperial Counties “Shelter of HOPE” visits your Rancho Coastal Humane Society (RCHS) at 389 Requeza Street in Encinitas this Wednesday, May 3rd from […]

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What will the future of dental health coverage look like if Obamacare is repealed and replaced? Academy Health, a nonprofit health service research organization, recently featured five panelists with expertise in health policy, economics, dentistry, and public health. The discussion was centered on two topics: 1) When Obamacare was created, why was dentistry for adults […]

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