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The 5 Greatest Red Sox of All Time

The 5 Greatest Red Sox of All Time

Living in New England makes it pretty hard to escape being a Red Sox nut...We have had roaring debates in the Healit™ office about who the best Red Sox of all time are! Here's what we came up with. Do you agree? Who do you think we missed? 1. Ted...

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Horsing Around: Treating Equine Injuries with Healit Wrap

Horsing Around: Treating Equine Injuries with Healit Wrap

Just like any other animal, Horses can get sick, hurt themselves, contract disease and even suffer from stress. It is important that we recognize early symptoms, slight changes in behavior or new habits. The No. 1 rule we must adhere to is always consulting a veterinarian in any cases where...

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Food for Fuel: Cardamon and Walnut Rice Pudding

Food for Fuel: Cardamon and Walnut Rice Pudding

Ingredients: 2 Oz Butter 6 Oz Pudding Rice 5 Cups Whole Milk 7 Whole Cardamom Pods, crushed 1 Oz Walnuts, roughly chopped 2/3 Cup Caster Sugar 1 Teaspoon Vanilla Extract 1 Cup Water Method: For the Rice Pudding: 1. Melt the butter in a pan, then stir in the rice...

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Healthy Body, Healthy Bones

Healthy Body, Healthy Bones

Bone health is often overlooked when it comes to planning our training regimes but bone health is just as important as having a healthy brain, heart, and muscles. By strengthening our bones we can help treat and prevent against osteoporosis while improving our coordination, balance and confidence in our physical ability....

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Compress for Success to Beat The Diabetes Epidemic

Compress for Success to Beat The Diabetes Epidemic

The diabetes epidemic is one of the most pressing health concerns of the modern age and it is believed that it will get worse before it gets better. The Headlines: - In 2015, 30.3 million Americans or 9.4% of the population, had diabetes - 1.5 million Americans are diagnosed with...

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Climbers and an intro to Seeds of Change

Climbers and an intro to Seeds of Change

Something strange is happening around us. Summer is finally here and the fruits of our labor are beginning to bloom. As we toil away, our climbing plants are slowly reaching upwards and starting to bow with the weight of the blooms. To obtain a profusion of blooms it’s essential that...

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Exercise of the Month – Oblique Stretch

Exercise of the Month – Oblique Stretch

1. Lie on your right-hand side on the floor keeping your legs straight 2. Prop yourself up onto your elbow 3. Bend your left knee and place the foot on the floor in front of the right knee 4. Take your weight in your arms and push up with your...

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Healthy Body, Healthy Brain

Healthy Body, Healthy Brain

It is important to all of us that we live long, age well, and maintain healthy bodies and healthy minds. Over the years our understanding of the importance of looking after ourselves into old age has developed exponentially as the link between regular exercise and improved wellbeing has become irrefutable....

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How to Get a Green Thumb

How to Get a Green Thumb

How Does Your Garden Grow? Do you ever pass by a garden that overflows with color and vibrancy and think to yourself 'I wish I could do that but don’t know where to start?' Well don’t look now, but you are about to start that journey into green fingered bliss...

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Food for Fuel: Pea and Ham Soup

Food for Fuel: Pea and Ham Soup

Ingredients: 8 Oz Thickly Sliced Ham, torn 1.5 Cups Fresh Peas 1 Medium Potato, peeled and diced 1 Small Onion, finely chopped 4 Cups Vegetable Stock 1 Tbsp Butter Method: 1. Melt the butter in a saucepan and add the onions. 2. Cook on a medium heat until the onions...

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