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Get In Shape For Your Big Day!

article by Anna Sachse, CTW | posted on March 14, 2014 at 5:00am

Planning a wedding while simultaneously trying to maintain a job and a life can be immensely stressful – and immensely hard on your body. If this sounds familiar, read on. The experts have a handful of quick, easy tips to help busy brides-to-be stay or get healthy, inside and out. Get Glowing Skin The smartest path to a clear complexion is exercising, eating healthy and drinking lots of water…


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Why Marriage Can Be Good For Your Health

article by Metro Creative | posted on October 14, 2013 at 5:00am

Proponents of marriage may quote any number of reasons why couples should tie the knot instead of living the single life. A desire to raise children together is one reason many couples wed, but getting hitched might also be better for your health. That’s right, a growing body of evidence has suggested marriage may be beneficial for men and women from a health and wellness standpoint. A 2006 study…


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Look your best for the big day!

article by Metro Creative | posted on March 14, 2013 at 1:00am

Getting married can be a huge motivating force for losing weight and shaping up. According to Janice Rassin, National Bridal Director at Meyer Corporation, U.S., “Today’s Brides begin a transformation process 8 months before their wedding day. Their first step is starting a healthy eating plan followed by a new exercise regiment. Making your own meals at home is the easiest way to balance nutritio…


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Safe and smart ways to slim down before your wedding

article by Metro Creative | posted on August 26, 2012 at 5:00am

Many brides-to-be, and even some grooms-to-be, express concern about their weight in the weeks and months leading up to their wedding. Losing weight is a goal for many engaged couples, but it’s important that couples who want to shed a few extra pounds don’t sacrifice safety for the sake of slimming down. According to a Cornell University study of 273 women with a wedding day approaching, 70 per…


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In Health, Not Sickness

article by ARA Content | posted on June 17, 2012 at 7:00am

Since getting engaged, Jillian Brown, 32, from St. Paul, Minn., is hitting her neighborhood fitness center more often. “I’ve added weight training to my regimen,” says Brown, who is planning an August wedding. “I have to get those arms and shoulders wedding dress ready.” Every bride wants to look great when the big day comes, but how many brides commit to fitting into her wedding dress on their 1…


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A Beautiful Plan

article by Marilyn Kennedy Melia - CTW Features | posted on April 08, 2012 at 7:00am

“You look beautiful!” Certainly, that’s one of the most common utterances of wedding guests. So common, in fact, it seems as if beauty comes naturally to every bride. Love’s glow may be a force of nature, but experts stress that a stunning bridal look is due to a carefully planned pre-wedding beauty regime. The best plan starts months before the event, and ends with the admiring looks of…


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10 Top Beauty Foods

article by Anna Sachse - CTW Features | posted on January 09, 2012 at 6:00am

FISH According to Dawn Jackson Blatner, a registered dietitian and advisory board member for Fitness Magazine, the omega-3 fatty acids and water in this nutrient-dense protein help keep skin hydrated from the inside out. “Omega-3s also reduce inflammation on the cellular level, which helps prevent dry, scaly skin, redness and acne,” adds Lisa Drayer, registered dietitian and author of “The…


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Work Out

article by Darci Smith - CTW Features | posted on December 14, 2011 at 8:09am

A wedding-day workout can be the best idea ever. Or the worst. A morning workout in step with your regular exercise routine, such as yoga or a 3-mile run, can “give you some normalcy and relieve stress on your wedding day,” says Lisbeth Levine, co-author of “The Wedding Book: The Big Book for Your Big Day” (Workman, 2008). “It can both energize and calm you.” But if you don’t regul…


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Starting healthy, staying happy

article by Sarah Basher and Erin Morris | posted on September 21, 2011 at 10:31am

Your wedding date is set and details both large and small are crowding your mind. Decisions are waiting to be made, and one of the most important involves getting healthy for your new life together. Knowing that pictures and video will forever capture the event, more and more brides are working hard to look their best. “Start as soon as possible,” advises Allie Dean, general manager of Best…


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The Bod Squad

article by Kate Sullivan - CTW Features | posted on September 21, 2011 at 10:22am

To feel and look your best as you walk down the aisle, don’t forget to schedule pre-wedding workouts when planning the big day. Good for your mind and body, here’s how to get your bridal booty in shape. Get Started Pulling your package together doesn’t start in the gym - it begins at home. When certified personal trainer Gerri Clark of Chicago works with brides-to-be she suggests a healthy eatin…


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