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Celtics _Blog

Healthy Tips for Celtics Fans

As the Boston Celtics begin their season, fans are excited to celebrate. Whether you’ll be watching games this season at the Garden or from home, here are a few tips to make sure you have a safe and fun time.

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Pumpkin _blog

Pumpkins: More Nutritious Than You May Think

There is more to pumpkins than the delicious pie filling on the Thanksgiving table, or the pumpkin spiced latte at your favorite coffee shop. In fact, nutrient dense pumpkins are one of the healthiest foods of the season. Here are a few surprising health benefits of pumpkins.

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Brown _Bag _lunch

Nutritious Ways to Brown Bag Your Lunch

Purchasing your lunch can encourage poor food choices like eating unhealthy fast-food. When eating out you are often given larger portion sizes with unhealthy sides such as chips or French fries. However, when you brown bag your lunch you can have more control over your meal, can choose healthier ingredients and have influence over your portions. Not sure what to pack? Here are a few tips on what to bring for a nutritious meal.

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The yoga craze: How to enjoy at any age

Yoga originated in ancient India with the focus on breathing and spirituality. In more recent years, it has transformed into a popular workout that combines deep stretching and strengthening while building mental focus. Even if you can’t master the headstand or turn yourself into a pretzel, yoga can be tailored to all abilities and can improve your health in a number of ways.  NEBH Athletic Trainer Annie Chen, MS, LAT, ATC offers a few ways on how Yoga can improve your health. 

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Summer _Nutrition _Blog

Grilling Smart

Making healthy food choices is not the only health concern during barbecue season. Often the types of meat, plus handling and cooking methods, pose food safety risks. Not handling foods in sanitary conditions or not cooking and storing at the proper temperatures increases risk of food borne illness.

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