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Doctor says fitness tracking devices need to be looked at in steps

Are you among the millions sporting some kind of fitness tracking device?

By: Benita Zahn

I use a GPS watch for running. It also keeps track of the steps I take daily.

Are these gizmos helping us to be healthier?

I visited a local nutrition and exercise specialist for the answer.

Read more at WNYT.com web site


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RISE Part 2: Interval (I) Sprint Exercise | MVP 6.10.14

Fast and furious wins the race

This is the second installment of my R.I.S.E.TM exercise training routine I introduced previously (see, “RISE Up!” and “Before and After”). As a reminder, “RISE” is my acronym for Resistance (R), Interval (I), Stretching (S), and Endurance (E) training. Each routine is designed to target a specific health and fitness related component.

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Dr. Paul Arciero

On Your Mark GO! | MVP 2.27.14

Yes, you read that correctly.

When it comes to your health – always ‘GO’ before you ‘Get Set’. Why? Because your health cannot wait. Many of us wait too long to ‘start’ a healthy lifestyle until everything is perfect in our lives, which means it usually never happens because our lives are so busy and hectic. Or, when we finally decide to start, we may already have disease, or we set up too many obstacles to have it succeed. Instead, we need to start the race to a healthy lifestyle – eating healthy, being more physically active, and/or developing stress management techniques and not wait (or ‘get set’) until we have the perfect conditions (or ‘aim’).

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Dr. Paul Arciero

The Before and After | MVP 5.31.14

We all have good intentions when we begin a new exercise program because we want our hard work and sweat to pay off in some way, such as increased weight/fat loss, toned muscles, increased energy, better mood or improved athletic performance. However, statistics tell us that most people who begin an exercise program don’t succeed.

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Dr. Paul Arciero

Dr. Paul Recipe: Dr. Paul’s Megatabolism Wrap | MVP 2.19.14

Dr. Paul’s Megatabolism Wrap

Taking time to eat a healthy lunchtime meal is so important to help keep our blood sugar stable, provide us energy for the remainder of the day, and allow us time to get away from our desk and interact with coworkers, family or friends in a comfortable, relaxed environment. However, many of us don’t take the time or even have the time to prepare a healthy and nourishing lunch.—but we need to! The key component to any healthy lunch meal is the 2:1 balance of healthy carbs to lean protein. This ideal carb:protein ratio will stabilize your blood sugar and boost your metabolism so you are more productive when you return to work for the afternoon!

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Dr. Paul Arciero

RISE Part 1: Resistance (R) Exercise—Muscle Matters | MVP 5.7.14

This is the first installment of my R.I.S.E.TM exercise training routine I introduced previously (see, “RISE Up!” and “Before and After”). As a reminder, “RISE” is my acronym for Resistance (R), Interval (I), Stretching (S), and Endurance (E) training. Each routine is designed to target a specific health and fitness related component.

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Dr. Paul Arciero

Dr. Paul Recipe: Dr. Paul’s Megatabolism Breakfast | MVP 2.19.14

Dr. Paul’s Megatabolism Breakfast

We have all heard it recommended by many health professionals — the most important and largest meal of the day should be breakfast. To help me remember this, I like the saying, “breakfast like a king, lunch like a prince, and dinner like a pauper”. Tons of really good scientific research supports this eating pattern, along with including a few healthy protein snacks in between. This eating pattern will launch your metabolism into overdrive!

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