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Golfing Healthy – 4 Tips to Set-Up 2016 for Success!

4 Tips to Set-Up 2016 for Success!

Golfing Healthy: Set-Up 2016 For Success! Seeing as though I have already broken every single New Year’s Resolution for 2016, I thought it best we and I really mean me to dust myself off and revisit some of the things I should really focus on being a healthier me.  If you’re in the same boat,. . . .

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Golfing Healthy – 12 Reasons to Enjoy Pumpkin Seeds

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A Dozen Reasons to Enjoy Pumpkin Seeds Pumpkin seeds are an excellent source of the essential mineral and powerful antioxidant zinc. Also called pepitas, pumpkin seeds are a “super” seed packed with nutrients. Did I mention, they’re also perfect for packing in your golf bag? Nutritional Benefits Rich in zinc to strengthen the immune system. Pumpkin. . . .

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Golfing Healthy – Oatmeal, a Healthier Alternative to Cereal

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Oatmeal, a Healthier Alternative to Cereal Oatmeal is high in carbs, balance your meal with healthy fat and a side of protein There’s nothing like starting your day with a piping hot breakfast. A great alternative to those highly processed boxed cereals, breakfast bars, and baked goods, these healthy oatmeal recipes are filled with nutrients. . . .

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Golfing Healthy – 6 Tips For Healthy Travels

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Whether you’re traveling for a golf tournament, a business meeting or a family vacation, it can be challenging to find convenient food options that keep you energized and satisfied. Although you’re not likely to find a “par-fect” plate of grass-fed steak, baked sweet potato fries, GMO-free ketchup and a side of organic steamed kale, you. . . .

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Golfing Healthy – Summertime Score: Berries for Birdies

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A great way to stay cool on the links while partaking in the season’s colorful bounty is to enjoy fresh berries. Blackberries, blueberries, raspberries and strawberries are the most nutritionally-dense fruits. Packed with antioxidants, vitamin C and fiber, berries help decrease inflammation, support weight loss, and improve overall health. They’re also an excellent, low-sugar alternative. . . .

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