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9 Tips for Healthier Holiday Cooking, and Eating!

(Published Nov 20, 2014) Fact: The greatest number of heart attacks occurs on the same three days each year. According to a study published in the journal Circulation, you are most likely to die from a heart attack during the winter holidays. Overindulgence is one key factor: over the holidays, we tend to overeat in general, consuming too much unhealthy …

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6 Tips for a Healthy Halloween

(Published Oct 30, 2014) Does Halloween start the downward slippery slide off of your health goals? It is easy to get derailed this time of year when so many holidays fall in succession. Every January, I see a spike in the number of clients trying to lose weight after a torrent of holiday parties and excess but it typically begins …

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RECESS is Coming to the JCC

by JCC staff (Published July 29, 2014) Have you noticed that kids get more wiggly and less fit as the school day gets longer and the study load gets more intense? The demands of curriculum and performance standards create challenges in terms of what can fit into a typical student day. Unfortunately, it often means less recess and physical education when cuts need …

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JCC Farmers Market

by Katherine Matutes, Ph.D. (Published June 16, 2014) I can’t decide what to eat first when I get home from my shift as the Market Master at the new JCC Farmers Market, each Sunday from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. We unpack the loot and start noshing. Everything is of course supremely fresh, but what grabs me most is how …

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In the Kitchen with Katherine

(Originally published on June 1, 2014) JCC Director of Health and Wellness, Katherine Matutes, Ph.D., CPT, RYT 200, is fantastic in the kitchen. Her recipes are simple, easy, delicious and best of all, healthy! Katherine’s specialty is getting kids excited about good food. Try the following recipe on grilled chicken, fish or hamburgers or turn it into an amazing salad by …

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