Muscle Building

BODYBUILDING – WHY IS IT SO POPULAR There seems to be a craze with bodybuilding right now, everyone men and women included are trying to shape and sculpt their bodies…

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Low Carb Living

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, more than one-third of the adult American population is obese. What’s worse is that children are suffering more than ever from…

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Living With Osteoporosis

An Overview of Osteoporosis Osteoporosis is often referred to as a silent disease. This is because you normally aren’t aware of it until after you break a bone. By this…

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Heart Health and Cholesterol

One of the biggest factors in determining risk for heart disease is high blood cholesterol levels. Thankfully, you can affect a lot of change on those numbers if you know…

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Healthy Homes

IMPROVING YOUR HOME & HEALTH If your family suffers from allergies, asthma or any other type of health issue you can help improve their symptoms by making changes in your…

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Healing Power of Honey

Bees produce a thick and golden liquid called honey that is highly enjoyed, consumed and used by people around the world. Honey is produced by bees because they use it…

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Green Tea – Taking a Healthy Sip

As humans get more technologically advanced we become more sedentary. The more sedentary we are the worse our health becomes. Technology has made our lives easier but this comes with…

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Gout – What It Is and How to Deal With It

This is a disease that occurs when the buildup of uric acid in your body causes episodes of acute pain. The pain can be in the big toe, the hip,…

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Getting Started With Exercise

DISCLAIMER: Before beginning any new exercise or nutrition program, consult your physician. Particularly if you are pregnant, nursing, elderly or have any chronic or recurring conditions. The information within is…

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Get Up and Move Stepping Outside

It’s easy to get into a rut and realize that you haven’t walked more than 300 steps a day for years, much less enjoyed the outdoors very often. If you’re…

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