TeleWellnessMD Blog

How to Start Exercising When You're Out of Shape

Though you may face challenges if you're carrying excess weight or haven't been active in a long time, you can still get fit and gain all the benefits that exercise has to offer.

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Stability Ball Workouts

 

For fun and fitness, it's hard to beat the value of a stability ball. You can do exercises to strengthen muscles, improve balance and increase flexibility.

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Tips to Keep From Overeating at Party Time

Dieting can be hard on your social life.

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Health Tips for Summer Fun

Summertime means fun time, but you still need to follow some basic health and safety precautions.

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Subscribe and Save - VIP Mobile Club

The TeleWellnessMD VIP Mobile Club is an SMS text alert program that sends customer service and exclusive promotional text messages to TeleWellnessMD clients who’ve opted in as mobile subscribers.

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Food and Menopause: What to Eat and Avoid

 

What women eat might determine when they enter menopause, new research suggests.

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Fit Moms - Inspiring Stories of Health and Wellness

Nurturer, taskmaster, enforcer, protector - moms do it all for their families and we love them for it.  With so much self-sacrifice, it can be challenging for moms to focus on their own well-being, but it's vitally important.  Check out these inspiring health and wellness stories from some of our favorite fit moms.

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Need Motivation to Exercise? Try the Buddy System

 

Exercising with a buddy can give you both mental and fitness boosts.

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What Is Integrative Medicine?

Integrative medicine pairs traditional mainstream medicine with alternative or complementary approaches such as nutrition counseling, exercise programs and prescription nutrient therapies.

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Vitamin B12 and Vegetarian Diets

Vitamin B12 is naturally found in animal products - including meat, fish, poultry, eggs, and dairy products.  Because vitamin B12 isn't generally found in plant foods, vegetarians are among the groups most likely to be vitamin B12 deficient, along with elderly populations, individuals with pernicious anemia, gastrointestinal disorders and pregnant women.
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