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#HealthyMondayRefresh 10.26.2020

This year has certainly been a spooky one. With so many sudden and unexpected changes, it’s no surprise that we’re all a bit on edge, but we can’t let ourselves get mired down in feelings of angst and dread—we must rise above it. This week, with Halloween just around the corner, we are focusing on ways to overcome fears and keep moving forward. Learn how you can remedy the physical symptoms of stress with deep breathing and mindfulness techniques; dispel your workout anxieties by reading our list of common fitness fears and how to conquer them; and, although Halloween will be a little different this year, check out our recipe roundup of better-for-you spooky treats and snacks. Make this Mond

Free Online Chronic Pain PATH class

MSU Extension is holding a FREE 6-week Online Chronic Pain PATH series. Starting Tuesday, November 3rd- December 15th from 7:00-9:00pm. Please visit the below link for additional details. https://www.canr.msu.edu/events/online-chronic-pain-path-evening-starting-11-3-20?fbclid=IwAR21hkLWhsLiPPZ3MsJpOlyN_vPkzwcJ_W0GRlAllzYrtD4-GmPR5xM1Ryc

#HealthyMondayRefresh 10.19.2020

Preventing problems is much easier than reacting to them, especially when those problems involve your health. With a few small lifestyle adjustments, you can dramatically reduce your risk factors for developing chronic illnesses such as heart disease, type 2 diabetes, and obesity. This week, we’re focusing on how stress reduction, physical activity, and healthy eating can help you prevent disease. We’re inspired by the new book Healthy at Last, authored by our friend and Monday Campaigns supporter, Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams. In his book, Mr. Adams explains that by adopting a plant-based diet and incorporating more exercise into his weekly routine, he was able to lose weight, lowe

#HealthyMondayRefresh 10.12.2020

The pandemic has altered daily life for people across the country, and things will likely continue to change in the days, weeks, and months ahead. But change can be a powerful motivator, especially when it is thrust upon you without warning or notice. As summer fades into fall, start thinking about how you can embrace change and use it as a positive source of inspiration. Start the week on the right sneaker by getting your cool-weather exercise gear in order; if you’re feeling stress or overwhelmed, take a mindful walk through nature and pay extra close attention to all the sights, sound, and smells of the outdoors; and for Monday meal time, utilize all of that special fall produce by making

MSU-E offering Diabetes PATH Series in November

MSU Extension is holding a FREE 6-week Online Diabetes PATH series. Starting Tuesday, November 3rd- December 8th from 9:30-11:30 am. Please see the attached promotional flyer for additional details. Registration link below: https://events.anr.msu.edu/DiabetesPATHOnlineOct2020/

#HealthyMondayRefresh 10.05.2020

As individuals, we are strong; but as a community, we are even stronger. A community can fall under any number of definitions, but any group — whether friends, family, neighbors, or people with similar interests or values — can help provide, comfort, support, and a sense of belonging during periods good times and bad. This week we are focusing on how to build and maintain communities during the COVID-19 pandemic. Because, although we may be miles apart, there are still ways we can stay connected. Try using acts of small acts of kindness like a food drive or even a generous tip to a hospitality worker to inject positivity into your local community; support the health of your friends and famil

Smoothie STARS

Fall is in full throttle and this month I'm featuring two spooky Halloween smoothies. 1. Chocolate Peanut Butter Cup Just like your favorite candy to get while trick-or-treating (or at least my favorite). Recipe: - 1/3 avocado - 1 frozen banana - 1 cup unsweetened vanilla almond milk (or milk of choice) - 3 Tbsp peanut butter - 2 Tbsp unsweetened cocoa powder - 1 Tbsp maple syrup (sugar free is what I use!) - ½ tsp vanilla extract Add everything to blender and blend until combined. 2. Bloody Smoothie A spooky deep red smoothie to try out this Halloween. Recipe: - 1 cup frozen mixed berries (any combination of strawberry, raspberry, blueberry, blackberry!) - 1 cup cranberry juice - ½ cup ice

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