March 29, 2006 Nutritionist Rovenia Brock, aka. Dr. Ro, knows that eating well is easier said than done. She's an authority on fitness and diet, and her advice to those starting out on a new fitness regimen is simple: Adopt a meal plan and a movement plan that you can live with, right now.
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March 22, 2006 This week, Farai Chideya vowed to turn over a new leaf and take more responsibility for her own health. According to the FDA, 60 percent of Americans are overweight -- and Chideya doesn't want to be one of them anymore. She begins a six-month journey to get in shape and stay there.
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