We have fitbooks in our clinic. And we hear from many of our patients that they prefer the apps on their phone, but here’s a story about one fitbook user who found it really does change things up when you write things down.
I know from apps I have on my phone that it’s easy […]
More to come on this subject as more nephrologists and urologist (kidney and urinary tracts doctors) start to weigh in on the water trend. But baby steps for now. Here’s a quick excerpt from the June 2013 AARP Bulletin:
“Q: Do I really need to drink eight glasses of water a day to stay healthy? […]
This is a new occasional series of articles where I’ll share what I’m eating, to help jump start your meal ideas. I know it’s hard to come up with meal ideas, especially when you’re switching to a new way of approaching food.
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