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Eating Lighter For The Summer – Interview With The Indianapolis Recorder

Summertime does not automatically equal eating light. People tend to be more active during the summer, but don’t eat healthier foods and also drink more alcoholic beverages. Read the full article from The Indianapolis Recorder here. Everyone needs to drink 1/2 of our body weight in water in ounces per…

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How to FIX Your Corporate Wellness Program – Workforce Magazine Interview

In this interview for Workforce Magazine, I shared how we created an effective and engaging corporate wellness program for our workplace with the help of Fitness Interactive Experience (FIX) technology. Dr. Kantor’s greatly anticipated new children’s book, The Green Box League of Nutritious Justice, is now available. Be sure to order this…

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Run from Zombies at Work in New Fitness Platform – Article from USA Today

Written by Greg Toppo, USA TODAY – Anyone can run from zombies these days — several fitness apps and programs make this promise — but can you do it at work, with (or against) your co-workers? A new corporate wellness program leverages the running-from-zombies motif as a way to get…

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Nutritious Lunch and Snack Options for Children – Brownfield Ag News

A big concern for our children today is that they are addicted to sugar, evident by the rising obesity rates.  These rates coincide with our schools not having daily gym classes, nutrition not being taught and overall less activity among children.  Dr. Kantor recently discussed these facts and what we…

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Healthy Kids: Importance of Nutrition for Our Children – Food For Thought

Dr. Keith Kantor and Heather Atwood of Food For Thought recently spoke about health and nutrition, specifically the importance of proper nutrition for our children.  Dr. Kantor believes that if we make our children’s health a priority, no matter how busy our schedules, we will make the time to provide…

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How Your Diet Affects Your Love Life – Sun Media

Our diets are a huge part of our life. Diets rich in processed foods including excess sugar and poor fats will not only make one gain weight, which will affect their overall confidence and self esteem, but will have a negative impact on their overall mood and energy level due…

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Healthy Nutrition and Lifestyle Choices with WNYE Radio

Dr. Kantor recently discussed many popular issues with WNYE Radio, including healthy lifestyle tips, benefits of exercise and supplementation as well as America’s obesity and health care crisis. They talk about his book, What Matters, which includes ways to help fix our health care crisis, leadership values that are missing…

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Tips to Look Great in Your Wedding Dress with Weddings and Honeymoons Magazine

Wedding season is upon us!  Here are some great tips from Dr. Keith Kantor to help you fit comfortably into your wedding dress. Drink at least half of your body weight in ounces of water plain per day (140 lb. person should consume at least 70 fl. Oz. of water…

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Can Health and Wellness Programs Lower Insurance Costs?

Dr. Kantor discusses his opinions on whether health and wellness programs actually work with WDRC News Radio. Insurance costs are rising, and as a result some companies are beginning to institute penalties for their employees who smoke, are overweight, etc. So a big questions is, do you have to use…

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More Health Care Changes: Will We Be Forced to Reveal Person Information Under Obamacare?

Could This Be Our New Future in Health Care? Dr. Keith Kantor returns to Doug Kellett’s News Radio program on WPTF for the 3rd time to discuss the most recent impacts of Obamacare.  There have been recent headlines of companies like CVS telling their employees to reveal personal information such…

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