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Whether we're trying to lose weight or just want to eat healthy, most of us use counting calories as a way to judge whether we're eating the right amount of food. (The prevailing goal of 2,000 calories a day came from the FDA starting in the 1990s; it's the basis of all nutritional information printed on food packaging.)

But is that the only way we should measure our food intake? Are all calories equal?

Alyssa Cellini, a nutritionist with ProCare Physical Therapy (a Physiquality clinic in New Jersey), says absolutely not! She compares your digestive system to the gas tank in your car, something that can only hold so much at one time.

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You know what they say: If you’ve got your health, you’ve got everything. And getting healthier often means getting support and guidance from experts.

But how sure are you that you’re getting the right kind of help when it comes to being healthy, fit and active? Now it’s easy, with Physiquality.

here’s why:

  • Physiquality offers you and your family a range of health, fitness and wellness services, all provided by a network of clinically trained, carefully screened physical therapists.
  • Physiquality therapists are the medical community’s leading experts in helping people improve the way their bodies work, feel and move.
  • You can rely on the Physiquality name as a “seal of approval” for health and wellness services that are safer, more effective and more fun than you’ll find elsewhere.
  • You’ll be able to find health and fitness solutions not only for yourself, but for your family and friends too — our experts help everyone from Little Leaguers to Baby Boomers, from Weekend Warriors to Golden Agers.

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