Fit Minded uses and recommends the following resources. We will continue to share new and useful resources each month. These resources will help to expand your ‘tool-box,’ increasing your knowledge related to health and wellness.

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American Heart Association
Knowing that one of four women die of heart disease in the United States and one woman dies every minute from a cardiovascular event, Fit Minded views the American Heart Association as a valuable resource for women of all ages. This website provides information on risk factors, healthy recipes, tips, and much more for women and their families.

United States Department of Agriculture
Everyone knows how difficult it is to prepare healthy meals, let alone to know what nutrients are provided in every meal. Choose MyPlate can help you personalize a nutrition plan to your or your families’ tastes and health needs. This interactive website helps you plan and assess your food choices based on the Dietary Guidelines for Americans.

We want you, as a member of Fit Minded, to learn about how to prioritize your health through nutrition, as well as physical activity. This website is a great resource and has several options to help you, no matter your dietary goals.

Women’s Health Center: Information on Women’s Wellness
One of the goals of Fit Minded is to empower members to maintain physical activity despite barriers that may get in the way of being active. The WebMD Women’s Health website is a great resource for general health questions and information for women. This site provides information on a variety of health topics, from answers to questions about women’s health to exercises you can incorporate into your workouts, and more.

Office on Women’s Health – The United States Department of Health and Human Services
The vision of The National Women’s Health Information Center (NWHIC) is to ensure that “All Women and Girls are Healthier and Have a Better Sense of Well Being.” NWHIC is the most reliable and current information resource on women’s health today. The NWHIC offers FREE women’s health information on more than 800 topics through their call center and web site. Fit Minded believes that it is important to have a positive sense of self. We recommend utilizing this website for information and tips that will keep you active and healthy.

Fitness Magazines

Fitness Magazine

Shape Magazine

Self Magazine

Sometimes it can be difficult to determine if the exercise recommendations you see in the media are sound, or even safe. These popular magazines, however, offer many tools that can help you achieve your goals. Not only do they provide a variety of exercise, diet information and maintenance strategies, they also focus on how valuable you are as a woman. Fit Minded wants to help you break through your barriers to being physically active. These fitness magazines are fun tools to assist you in maintaining your physical activity.

Prevention Magazine
Fit Minded believes that a healthy lifestyle will improve your quality of life now and for the future. Prevention Magazine delivers breaking news and energizing lifestyle advice to empower your mind, body, and soul. It’s “real-woman” friendly and includes tools to help you feel good about who you are and what you can accomplish.