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Dr. Phil Shares: 9 Tips for Fitness Success in 2017

It’s January! Time to dust off those sneakers and dive in to that fitness routine so you can ditch those holiday pounds and get down to your goal weight. Whether you’re following a routine for the first time (or for the first time in a long time) or just refocusing your efforts in the New […]

Dr. Phil Shares The Most Popular Apple Varieties For Fall

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Summer has fallen, giving way to… well, fall. But it’s not just the air that’s getting crisper. It’s apple season and, while most varieties are available year-round, now is the time when the sugary, tangy, crunchy fruit is harvested. There are over 100 apple varieties grown commercially in the North America representing a whole host […]

Dr. Phil Shares: Some Summer Ideas For Eating Outdoors

With all the priorities and pressures of everyday life, it feels impossible to prepare a meal that can be enjoyed under the enchanting light of magic hour. In fact, I’m generally pleased if I make the time to sit at the kitchen table to eat. Most often I scarf dinner while standing at the kitchen […]

It’s Seniors Month, So, Dr. Phil McAllister Shares: 7 Steps to Healthy Aging, Happy Aging

Getting older doesn’t necessarily mean you’ll have a slew of medical conditions or poor quality of life. Getting older involves change, both negative and positive, but you can enjoy aging if you understand what’s going on with your body and take steps to maintain your health. Many different things happen to your body as you […]

Dr. Phil Shares: Confessions of a Junk Food Junkie: 6 Tricks to Kick the Habit

Originally from Dennis Faye @ Beachbody True story: I was a fat kid, peaking at about 225 pounds by age 18. In my more socially awkward moments—and there were many—junk food was my best friend. Or so I thought. When my algebra class crush would gave me the “just friends” speech or a so-called buddy […]

Dr. Phil Shares: The 7 Best Strength Exercises

Less than 25 percent of North Americans over the age of 45 engage in strength-training exercises,1 which are actually among the most important exercises to stay fit and healthy. It’s a matter of fact that your muscle strength decreases with age… unless you do something to stop it. That “something” is strength training. Without it, […]

Dr. Phil Shares: 20 Foods For A Spring Cleaning!

The connection between the body and the mind is a very real one, with the way your body feels playing a big part in how your brain functions and whether or not you experience a state of well-being. Keeping it free of toxins, free radicals, and other nasty things that can end up in our […]