Wendy Baruchowitz Health Coach
Wendy Baruchowitz Health Coach
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Wendy Baruchowitz
Email: wendy@foodthatcares.com 917-494-5819
Wendy Baruchowitz

Are high-intensity interval workouts actually better for you than longer, endurance-style workouts — or just shorter?
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A daily dose of good bacteria can boost your health, but not all foods containing probiotics are created equal. Find out which are the best to add to your diet. Read on...
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Did you know that countless studies have found that increased fruit consumption, regardless of the fruit's sugar content, is tied to lower body weight and a lower risk of obesity-associated diseases? Read on for more, plus which fruits are packed with the highest sugar content...Tip: smoothies are great, but don't forget to add the protein! 
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Are you a chocolate lover? If yes, you're in luck! Here are some tips to find the best kinds for optimal health benefits...minus the guilt!
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The number of hours of sleep you need to stay healthy and alert differs according to your age. Teenagers need between 8 to 10 hours of sleep, while adults should get 7 to 9 hours. How much sleep do you need and why? Read on for more...
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As part of my nutrition practice, I have been a frequent guest lecturer for LiveStrong (honored and grateful:-). I'm dedicating this blog entry to all of those who have been touched by cancer in some way - either themselves, a family member or a friend. To those I've connected with personally, I want to thank you for entrusting me with your incredible and brave journeys. You are awe inspiring and I am filled with much gratitude. Love, Wendy
Here are some foods that should be in every kitchen, regardless of any health affliction.

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Exercise is strongly associated with lowered risks for many types of cancer. In epidemiological studies, people who regularly exercise generally prove to be much less likely to develop or die from the disease than people who do not. At the same time, exercise involves biological stress, which typically leads to a short-term increase in inflammation throughout the body. Inflammation can contribute to elevated risks for many cancers.
Now, a new study in mice may offer some clues into the exercise-cancer paradox. It suggests that exercise may change how the immune system deals with cancer by boosting adrenaline, certain immune cells and other chemicals that, together, can reduce the severity of cancer or fight it off altogether. Read on for more...good stuff. 
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Sorry Starbucks lovers!!
Did you know Starbucks' flavored beverages can contain up to 25 teaspoons of sugar per serving? While an assessment was done on drinks in the United Kingdom, many of the numbers are pretty similar here in the states.

In nutritional label terms, 25 teaspoons is 125 grams of sugar. To put that in perspective, a 12-ounce can of Coca-Cola has 33 grams of sugar. Put yet another way, 125 grams is about 12 and a half Krispy Kreme donuts.
Read on for more deets!!...
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Is it time to ditch this as the top indicator of health? Read on and decide for yourself...
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What's your opinion on the Government's Nutrition guidelines? Read on and decide for yourself. 
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