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March 2007
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What is Healthy Eating?

What is Healthy Eating?
How to Follow All that Advice You Hear
You want to live longer. You want to feel healthy, energetic and vigorous as you age. Your doctor says you should start eating better. You've heard that before, of course, but do you know what it really means?

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Do What Moves You
Push Past Your Obstacles and Get Active
People come up with lots of reasons to avoid physical activity. They feel too tired, too busy, too out of shape, too old. and the list goes on. But these obstacles pale in comparison to the many benefits of boosting your activity, even by a modest amount. Regardless of your age, gender or athletic ability, physical activity can enrich your health and well-being.

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