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Be mindful of liquid calories

Drinking is often a social behavior as we gather with friends over the holidays.  We don’t always have to restrict ourselves of that pleasure if we are just more conscious of what can happen in such situations.  Many of our drinking behaviors are influenced and…

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Dirty Scurry Race Series Ends

2015 concludes our actual race series. We are proud to say that over the last 5 years of the Dirty Scurry, we have donated over $85,000 to Cook Children’s and gotten more than 7,000 kids moving in the Fort Worth area! Our hope is that…

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Donate your Halloween Candy

Once you’ve gone through your stash and picked out your favorites, you may still find you have enough candy to feed a small country.  There are lots of great organizations that will happily take your extra candy.  If it’s still bagged, you can send it to Operation…

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Dirty Scurry Check Presentation

Thanks to our committee, sponsors, volunteers and of course the families that participated, we were able to donate $25k this year!  This brings our 5 year donation total to $85k!  Over 7100 kids participated in the race.   In addition to that we moved their…

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Eat Wisely

See the Live by the 80% Rule by The Blue Zones Project – Eat Wisely How often do you really pay attention to the food you eat? If you’re like most people, you probably eat lunch at your desk, enjoy dinner along with your favorite TV show, and snack…

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Egg White Taquito/Burrito

Do you rush out of the house every morning?  Have you formed the bad habit where you “forget” to eat breakfast because you have no time? Have no fear!  You can make half a dozen of these egg white taquitos, keep them in the fridge,…

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Home-made Trail Mix

Home-made Trail Mix Perfect for sporting events or watch parties. 1 cup Kashi Go-Lean Crunch cereal 1/3 cup dried cranberries ¼ cup sliced almonds Mix and divide into two servings

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Understand sodium label lingo

Understand sodium label lingo “Sodium free” or “salt free”:  Contains less than 5 milligrams of sodium per serving. “Unsalted” or “no salt added”:  No salt has been added. “Very low in sodium”:  Provides 35 milligrams of sodium or less per serving. “low in sodium” or…

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Make your shoes last longer

Here are some tips for increasing your shoes’ life span. Rotate Two Pairs of Shoes It’s a good idea to have two or three pairs of walking or running shoes that you can alternate using. You’ll find they’ll last much longer in the long run—or…

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When to replace your shoes

A Shoe’s Life Span As a general rule, most running and walking shoes last up to 500 miles.  How and where you use your shoes could alter that number.  For example, pavement wears down shoes faster than a track, a trail or gravel.  Also keep…

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