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A forum to discuss and share ideas about improving health and wellness.

Location: Passaic / Clifton NJ
Members: 29
Latest Activity: Dec 27, 2016

It doesn't have to be complicated.

Try any 1 of these tips for 30 days and you'll feel better. imagine if you tried 3 or 4?

  1. Eat less,
  2. eat slower,
  3. eat smaller,
  4. eat your fruits and vegetables,
  5. stop eating before you're full,
  6. up your fiber,
  7. lower your calories,
  8. get off the bus early,
  9. do some gardening,
  10. do jumping jacks,
  11. take the stairs,
  12. take one not two,
  13. take on a new sport,
  14. take a long walk home,
  15. walk instead of drive,
  16. bend,
  17. stretch,
  18. reach for the stars,
  19. climb the monkey bars,
  20. skip the fudge bars.

 

This was a message I heard from the Ad Council.

Do you hear my message?

 

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Comment by Yaakov Rosenthal on August 9, 2012 at 10:51am

Think Your Kids Aren't Listening? Think You Can't Make A Difference? Think Again! Check Out This Kid!http://youtu.be/wNfxYuB-3y8

Comment by Yaakov Rosenthal on August 8, 2012 at 11:04am

Comment by Yaakov Rosenthal on August 3, 2012 at 9:43am

Comment by Yaakov Rosenthal on July 26, 2012 at 3:04pm

Not every lesson taught is a lesson learned so I see value in repeating this important message.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ro0lXVy5_JI&feature=youtu.be

Please come by and talk with me at the Biz Expo about your challenges, difficulties and concerns about your health. I can help you create a winning strategy.

Hope to see you Tuesday night.

 

Yaakov

 

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Comment by Alec Borenstein on June 19, 2012 at 9:59pm

Hi Everyone - I put a video together that should help when trying to reach out to potential prospects.  Enjoy!

Comment by Yaakov Rosenthal on January 4, 2011 at 8:43am

I'm reading a great little short book (about 100 pages) called "Food Rules" by Michael Pollen.

Simple advice like"Dont get your fuel from the same place your car does"

or "Eat animals that have themselves eaten well".

Often better nutrition is achieved by raising the awareness of what we are doing and what I like about this book is that without getting into the science of nutrition he gives easy to understand, simple, logical things that I can do on a daily basis, sometimes even a few times a day.

 

Check it out or if you are local to Northern NJ drop in to my Free Lending Library of a little over 100 books on health, wellness, cookbooks etc.

777 Passaic Avenue, Suite 280 Clifton NJ 07012

for more info you can call me at 201-468-0106

 

Yaakov Rosenthal

 

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