16. Learn the Skills

Healthy, fit people have learned how to be healthy. Learn those skills, practice them, and you’ll be healthy, too.


Tool Box for Education and Social Action (TESA)

TESA provides services that help individuals and organizations design and implement their own educational resources, programs, and digital tools. These can range from one-time events to educational programs, websites, digital resources, games, workbooks, and much more. We can develop these resources as well as deliver them with you. TESA has created educational materials for people




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Ending the Food Fight

David Lustig MD, PhD shares his pioneering program designed to help children maintain healthy weight.




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Finding the Turnarounds

Yesterday I had the pleasure of interviewing one of my most dearly admired spiritual teachers, Byron Katie. She’s the founder of a four-question method for alleviating suffering called “The Work,” which she teaches around the world to anyone who’s interested — from prisoners on death row to corporate heads to people on both sides of




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Making A Game of It

Living a happy, healthy life isn’t about perfection, it’s about what you do 85% of the time.




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A Manifesto for Thriving in a Mixed-Up World

We’re living in a society that is wired up to make us sick, overweight, depressed and stressed out.We can change this mixed-up reality.We can reclaim our well-being and create a better, more blissful world.




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What To Eat: An Aisle-by-Aisle Guide to Savvy Food Choices and Good Eating

A guide to each supermarket section and tips for decoding food labels, as well as nutrition and health claims.





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Nutrition Detectives

This innovative program, designed by Dr. David Katz and Dr. Catherine Katz, teaches elementary school children how to read food labels and detect advertising deceptions.




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Karen Hurd

A website designed to help individuals use nutrition to heal themselves.




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The Complete Primer for Understanding the Nutrition of Fats, Oils, and Cholesterol

This book presents a thorough, in-depth, and understandable look at the world of lipids.




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It’s Easy Being Green

A nuts-and-bolts guide to tips and resources for greener living.




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“75 Things You Can Compost, but Thought You Couldn’t”

Great source for composting basics.




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Mark Sisson

A primal living blog.




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“Phys Ed: The Benefits of Weight Training for Children”

Report on new research that suggests weight training can be safe and beneficial for youngsters.




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Experience Life magazine

Experience Life magazine

Our big sister site offers well-researched, no-nonsense articles on whole-life wellness, such as fitness, healthy eating and life wisdom.




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Kathie Swift, MS, RD, LDN

The website and blog of Kathie Swift, MS, leading integrative nutrition practitioner.




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More of this 101 Way at our sister site Experience Life:

The First Forty Days

Nourishing Care for the Postpartum Mom: An Interview With Heng Ou

Heng Ou, the author of The First Forty Days: The Essential Art of Nourishing the New Mother, talks to us about ways to honor the postpartum season.




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Gift-of-Presence

The Gift of Presence

Nonverbal-behavior expert Amy Cuddy on how to feel empowered when it matters most.




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Beating Addictions

Beating Addictions, Mindfully

A new clinical trial reveals that mindful meditation may help you kick your smoking habit — for good.




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Revolutionary Act 16: Learn the Skills

Healthy, fit people have learned how to be healthy. Learn those skills, practice them, and you’ll be healthy, too.




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Find Your Fitness Passion

Not wild about working out? Maybe you just haven’t found the right activities for you. Here’s how to start falling in love with physical activity.





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