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The Health Benefits Of Running and Jogging

Photo Credit: My Fit Station Our team is a proud sponsor of the Hendersonville Half Marathon! As you hit the pavement, we want you to know that you are partaking in an activity that has several health benefits. Scientific research proves that regular exercise (150 minutes per week, which is

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A Note From The Dietician: Staying Active In August

Being active is a vital part of any lifestyle no matter how busy your schedule is. Along with the obvious benefits of weight loss and improved strength, regular exercise has been shown to reduce long-term health risks, improve insulin sensitivity, and enhances mood and overall quality of life! Looking to

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A Note From Dietician: Staying Healthy In The Summer

By: Courtney Eli Summer is all about fireworks, grilling out, and staying as cool as possible! During this summer month light up the grill and cook a variety of healthy, in-season vegetables for a tasty cookout. Although grilling corn on the cob is mighty delicious, this summer vegetable can be

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Crossroads Medical Welcomes Courtney Eli, Registered Dietician

At Crossroads Medical Group, we are constantly looking for ways to better serve our patients. Just last year, we added Dr. Jeff Kindred who specializes in Sports Medicine. Fast forward to today, we’re excited to announce that we have brought Courtney Eli, a Registered Dietician to the team!  Courtney attended

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Everything We Need To Know About Exercise

By Dr. Jeff Kindred, DO: All of the providers at Crossroads Medical Group would agree that exercise is definitely the best medicine. Time and again studies demonstrate that exercise is helpful and often the most helpful thing we can do to both treat and prevent disease. Which diseases? Almost all

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June Is Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Month

Fruits and vegetables are an important part of an overall healthy eating plan because they’re typically high in vitamins, minerals, and fiber and low in calories and saturated fat. Most fruits and vegetables also have no or little sodium. Fruits and vegetables are a key part of an overall healthy

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