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  Debbie Barnett: Balance your Brain with your Breath
The Left nostril is tied to the right (analytical) side of your brain, and the Right nostril to the left (creative) side. One is often more dominant than the other depending on what you are doing/feeling. Alternate Nostril Breathing brings your brain into balance. Try it...it works!


  Geneen Roth: Whatever You Do, Don't Go On Another Diet
The fourth law of the universe is that for every diet, there is an equal and opposite binge. Diets aren't free. You will rebel, and when you do, you will gain more weight than you lost.

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  Mimi Donaldson: Bless Your Stress: It Means You're Still Alive!
Stress is an internal response to an external event. The traffic jam is your external event, and all your responses are the ones you label “stress”. Since the externals seldom change, how do we change our internal response?

  Stacy Rae Mednick: Body Type - Ectomorph
Are you long and lean, and can eat just about anything? Even with your high metabolism, you still need a workout that addresses some of your health challenges and strength-training needs.


  Stacy Rae Mednick: Body Type - Endomorph
Are you a shapely pear that tends to gain weight in the hips and thighs? Find out why you can't ignore your upper body when trying to whittle away your lower body.

  Stacy Rae Mednick: Body Type - Meso-Endomorph
Is your body shape an apple on the top and a pear on the bottom, and you seem to gain weight everywhere? Learn why it is critical to balance strength training with cardio exercises to stay healthy.

  Stacy Rae Mednick: Body Type - Mesomorph
Do you have broad shoulders, are a natural athlete and your legs are your best asset? Learn why and where you need to exercise to ensure you stay healthy and free from the health challenges of this particular body type.