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You Are Not What You Drink – RI Fit Magazine You Are Not What You Drink – RI Fit Magazine


by Tim Sullivan More and more Americans struggle with weight issues on a daily basis. Many people substitute regular sugared drinks with artificially sweetened sodas as part of their efforts to lose weight and get healthier. Unfortunately, recent studies show that drinking diet soda results in unintended consequences that do not contribute to better health…
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Why Your Diet Does Not Work – RI Fit Magazine, Health Why Your Diet Does Not Work – RI Fit Magazine, Health


by Judah Boulet Why do most diets fail? I believe many of you already know enough about healthy eating and nutrition to meet all your nutritional goals, whether it be weight loss, body composition changes, or just a healthier diet. I bet given a choice of five meals, you would be able to choose the…
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Upcoming Featured Event: CVS Health Downtown 5K Sunday, September 20th – Fitness, Health, Fall – RI Fit Mag Upcoming Featured Event: CVS Health Downtown 5K Sunday, September 20th – Fitness, Health, Fall – RI Fit Mag


For 26 years, the CVS Downtown 5K has hosted an annual race in Providence where amateur and elite, USATF runners participate in the same event. On Sunday, September 20th, thousands of people across ages, running abilities, and the nation attend the USATF champion 5K race and other running events that raise money for New England…
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Why you Should be Drinking Cold-Pressed Juice Why you Should be Drinking Cold-Pressed Juice


by Ben Aalvik & The Fully Rooted Team If you know what raw cold-pressed juice is by now, you are probably aware of the controversy that surrounds it: juice vs. smoothies, fiber vs. no fiber, sugar levels, low calories, etc. What most people fail to discuss, is what juice is good for compared to other things such…
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Back to Running Back to Running


By Dr. Michael Gottfried There’s a common misconception that running is one of the worst things you can do for your back. Truth be told, our bodies can handle the shock of running if perfectly aligned. Yet through the sedentary nature of many occupations, poor posture and other factors, few people do have perfect alignment….
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Is Sugar Sabotaging Your Efforts To Eat Healthfully? Is Sugar Sabotaging Your Efforts To Eat Healthfully?


By Debra Westgate-Silva Many of us have a sweet tooth — there’s a biological reason for it. However, too much sugar in the diet can sabotage our attempts to eat healthfully. The American Heart Association recommends consuming no more added sugars than half your daily discretionary calorie allowance. For most American women, this means no…
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