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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

September 20, 2016 by

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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 […]

Shared How To Lift Your Luggage For A Safer Trip

Shared by Dr. Phil McAllister In the flurry of packing for a vacation or business trip, it’s easy to get carried away and pack every­thing but the kitchen sink into your suitcase and carry-on. But over-packed luggage and improper lifting and carrying techniques are common causes of injury to the back, neck and shoulders. The […]

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: 9 Yoga Stretches to Help Relieve Hip and Lower Back Pain

December 29, 2014 by

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Tight hips can be debilitating. When things aren’t working right down there, even sitting or walking can cause pain. Luckily, a little (proper) stretching can ward off this pain, increase the fluidity of mobility, and decrease chances of serious injury in the lower region of your body. It can also take pressure off the lower […]

Dr. Phil Shares: 8 Tips for Avoiding Holiday Overeating

November 26, 2014 by

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Face it, for many of us, the house of good nutrition has been built on a shaky foundation. As much as we’ve learned to eat right and enjoy healthier foods, decadence looms like a California tremor, waiting to ruin everything we’ve worked so hard for. And guess what, kids? It’s earthquake season! Thanksgiving, Christmas, Chanukah, […]

Dr. Phil Asks: When Should I Stop Eating at Night?

September 9, 2014 by

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Recently, the media branded the “Don’t Eat Before Bedtime” rule as a myth. As usual, they’ve taken a complex topic, distilled it down to a catchy headline, and gotten it completely wrong. The correct answer is much more nuanced. The short answer is that sometimes it’s okay to eat before bed, but mostly, it’s probably […]