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Check Everyone Off Your List with Fitbit’s Holiday Gift Guide

As December quickly approaches and the holiday craze begins to set in, it’s easy to feel overwhelmed, but don’t worry, we’re here to help you optimize your time and stay on top of your to-do list. From skipping the guesswork and gift shopping with ease to reminding you to take a moment for yourself (psst, this is your cue), we’re here for you. After...

Why You Shouldn’t Skip Breakfast on Thanksgiving Morning

Are you thinking about skipping breakfast on Thanksgiving to save room for the big meal ahead? You may want to rethink that. Skipping breakfast on Thanksgiving morning can have a negative impact on everything from your mood, to your energy, and even your food choices at the main meal. Here’s what you should do instead: The downside of skipping...

Cranberries: The Little Berry that Could—Plus a Cranberry-Glazed Chipotle Meatball Recipe

Looking for a simple fix to make your holidays a little healthier? Eat more cranberries! These little guys are filled with disease-preventing antioxidants called polyphenols. They also deliver immune-boosting vitamin C and digestion-friendly fiber. While cranberries may be best known for their ability to fend off urinary tract infections, they’re capable...

3 Gratitude Practices to Make You Happier (and Healthier!) This Thanksgiving

As the title of the holiday suggests, Thanksgiving is about giving thanks for all the things in your life. But giving thanks—or, in other words, expressing gratitude—is more than just a nice holiday ritual. The practice can have a seriously positive impact on your health, happiness, and overall well-being. Let’s take a look at why practicing...

How to Incorporate Fitness and Movement into Your Thanksgiving Celebrations

Thanksgiving is a holiday for indulging. And while you should enjoy the turkey, mashed potatoes, and pumpkin pie your heart desires, you’re going to feel a whole lot better—both on Thanksgiving and in the days following—if you incorporate fitness and movement into your Turkey Day plans. But how, exactly, do you do that? Let’s take a look. ...

Your 5-Step Plan to Prevent Type 2 Diabetes

Type 2 diabetes is an epidemic. According to the National Diabetes Statistic Report, over ten percent of the adult population in the United States has diabetes, with another 88 million adults classified as having ‘pre-diabetes’ or insulin resistance, which can easily progress to full diabetes without lifestyle changes.  Although these statistics...

Healthy Recipe: Spicy Pumpkin & Chicken Enchiladas

Welcoming all things fall with this spicy pumpkin and chicken enchilada dish. We’ve  included the delicious and essential enchilada ingredients, then added the nutty and mild sweetness of pumpkin to star in the sauce for this meal. Tightly wrap your filled  tortillas then place them seam side down in the sauce, drizzle the creamy and spicy  pumpkin...

5 Ways to Better Manage Anxiety—and Get Better Sleep in the Process

There’s no denying that we’re living through one of the most challenging periods in recent history. And for many people, it’s causing serious anxiety, and serious sleep issues right along with it. So, the question is, if anxiety is keeping you up at night, what can you do to better manage your anxiety—and get better sleep in the process? ...

Learn How Fitbit is Celebrating Veterans: Plus Our New Partnership with Disabled American Veterans

Every year on November 11 we celebrate Veterans Day, a time where people across America thank veterans for their service and sacrifice. Here at Fitbit, we also commend these heroes including our own Fitbit vets through thanks and the best way we know, activity. “As a veteran and member of Fitbit’s Veterans Employee Resource Group (ERG), I am...

The Power of Recovery

When it comes to exercise, it’s easier to assume more is better. But is it really? Not all the time. “There’s a point of diminishing returns where doing more exercise won’t yield more benefits, so sometimes doing less is better,” says Pete McCall, an exercise physiologist and author of Ageless Intensity: High Intensity Workouts to Slow the Aging Process....

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