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Continuing the Conversation: Waist Circumference, Weight Loss & Food Choices
In part
one of this article, I discussed how the utilization of measuring a patient's waist circumference (WC) becomes a valuable anthropometric measurement to gauge health risk. Now  I'll discuss the clinical approach to reducing WC and implementation your practice.

Why You Should Care About Prebiotics (Part 2)
In my last article [January
2018], I discussed the concept of prebiotics (also known as microfood, as a way to avoid the consumer confusion that can occur between the terms probiotic and prebiotic) and began exploring the literature supporting the health benefits of prebiotic soluble fiber.

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Massage Today Archives -
January, 2003 (Vol. 03, Issue 01)

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Illinois Joins Ranks of the Regulated
HB 2271 Takes Effect January 1, 2003
By Editorial Staff
The Perils of Perfect Posture, Part I
By Erik Dalton, PhD
Institute of Medicine to Study CAM Use in U.S.
By Editorial Staff
ABMP Holds School Issues Forum
By Editorial Staff
Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About HIPAA
An Interview With HIPAA Authority Howard Ross
By Editorial Staff
Working Together
By Keith Eric Grant, PhD, NCTMB
The Lateral Collateral Ligament
By Ben Benjamin, PhD
Interesting Times
By Ralph Stephens, BS, LMT, NCBTMB
"Touching the Massage Today readers, one letter at a time"
By Lynda Solien-Wolfe, LMT
We Get Letters & E-Mail
By Editorial Staff
The Facilitated Segment
By John Upledger, DO, OMM
Introduction, With a Response to AMMA
By James "Doc" Clay, MMH, NCTMB
Working With Clients Who Have Hyperthyroidism
By Ruth Werner, LMP, NCTMB
A New Year's Potpourri
By Cliff Korn, BS, LMT, NCTMB
Massage Program Accredited at National University of Health Sciences
By Editorial Staff
12th Annual ISPA Conference: Still Growing
By Editorial Staff
Spa Finder Magazine Recognizes Top Spas
By Editorial Staff
Spa Industry News
By Editorial Staff
Spa Letters
By Steve Capellini, LMT
The Five Seasons of Spa: Winter
By Robin Zill, LMT
What Really Drives the Spa Industry?
By John Fanuzzi
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