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  • Vinegar ““ The Magic Elixir? - top government contractors - best government contracting event

    Vinegar ““ The Magic Elixir?

    Miracle cure.  Fountain of youth.  We've all heard outrageous claims of the one thing that will make us healthier, happier, skinnier or sexier. Is there such a thing? Some would lay claim that apple cider vinegar is that cure all. As far back as 400 BC, vinegar has been used as a food, a home […] More

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    Napping ““ Helpful or Not?

    Siesta. Mittagspause. Wujiao. Power Nap. No matter what it is called, taking a brief rest mid-day is a practice well known around the world.  Catching up on sleep sounds like a good idea, yet should busy executives make time for a quick snooze during the day? Absolutely.  Since job stress and sleep deprivation seems to […] More

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    Organic or Sprayed

    Even the busiest executives start craving the bounty of spring – eating juicy fruits, crisp salads and fresh vegetables.  While we all know that eating five servings or more of fruits and vegetables is essential for health, concern over pesticides and choosing organic is a big issue. Although we often think of a pesticide as […] More

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    Herbal Health

    Most busy executives are aware – and enjoy – the benefits of herbal supplements as part of their daily diet.  Consider breakfast – your cup of green tea lowers cholesterol, guards against cancer and promote weight loss.  That sprinkle of cinnamon on toast improves digestion and supports diabetes prevention. The spoonful of flaxseed on your […] More

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    Super C

    We already know that vitamins and minerals are essential to health, but most executives aren’t sure which vitamin or what dosage will help them stay vibrant and energetic. Take vitamin C.  Not only did a study in the Journal of Epidemiology (May, 1992) show that people with high blood levels of vitamin C, also known […] More

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    Breathing Bugs?

    At this time of year, it isn’t uncommon for a busy executive to suffer from mild sneezes, coughs, itchy eyes, and a runny nose.  But don’t be too fast to blame these allergy symptoms on spring pollen or a cold – you may actually be suffering an allergic reaction to dust mites, which can even […] More

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    Sweet Dreams

    If you’ve heard it once, as executives that are mostly sleep deprived, you’ve heard it dozens of time. Proper amounts of sleep significantly improve your quality of life.  Although most executives generally clock in about six hours a night, the Mayo Clinic recommends adults and seniors snooze between seven and eight hours a night. A […] More

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    Healthy Spring De-clutter

    For centuries, many cultures have embraced the annual ritual of spring cleaning. To prepare for Passover, Jewish families follow an ancient home cleansing practice. Persian families celebrate their New Year which falls on the first day of spring with a top to bottom scrub, and the Scottish “New Years Cleaning” on Hogmanay is a practice […] More

  • Snowbegone - top government contractors - best government contracting event


    The Washington D.C. area has had its share ““ and more ““ of snow this year. While most busy executives prepared ahead with snow removal contracts, there's still a lot to do around the house.  Shoveling snow from sidewalks and cars, bringing in firewood and ensuring family members and pets stay warm and safe can […] More

  • A Laughing Matter - top government contractors - best government contracting event

    A Laughing Matter

    Laughs, giggles, and chortles are generally saved for after work – or even not at all with the worries and stresses most busy executives face. But all this somber demeanor is just plain unhealthy. Speaking scientifically; gelotology, the psychological and physiological study of laughter and how it affects the human body is a term derived […] More

  • Fast or Feast? - top government contractors - best government contracting event

    Fast or Feast?

    As we near the holidays, busy executives look forward to relaxing with family  and enjoying mouthwatering feasts.  However, we start dreading the accompanying weight gain and may enter a cycle of skipping meals to cut calories.  Then there are those days where an overly busy schedule means missed meals. While most executives are aware that […] More

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    Stop the Pop?

    As executives, you’ve heard it before.  Sodas, aka Pop, are bad for you.  They contain excessive calories leading to obesity, sugars and acids that rot your teeth and phosphorus which can deplete your bones of calcium. Diet sodas aren’t much healthier either.  Artificial sweeteners are under scrutiny, and as with regular sodas, caffeine is an […] More

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