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A Slow Metabolism Prevents Weight Loss

Researchers call the amount of calories that one burns doing nothing “resting metabolism” or “Basal Metabolic Rate” (BMR).  It is true that BMR can be important in helping to figure out how many calories a person needs every day, but there’s never been solid research showing that people with “slow metabolism” gain weight any faster … Read More

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Tracking Your Fitness Levels

Tracking Your Fitness Levels “Health is not a condition of matter, but of Mind.” –Mary Baker Eddy, Science and Health Mind Your Belt Buckle; Skip the Scale: In this high-tech world we live in, we sometimes forget the simple ways to do things. If you’ve already started a workout program and can’t seem to see … Read More

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6 Important Questions to Ask Yourself When Looking For a Quality Gym

1. Does the gym staff have some academic and life-experience education regarding weight training? If they don’t have a sports medicine or exercise science degree, they should at least have some sort of certification from a recognized organization such as the National Strength and Conditioning Association. 2. Is the gym clean and is the equipment … Read More

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10 Essential Health Tips

“He who has health has hope, and he who has hope has everything.” –Arabian Proverb 1. Move More Make it a daily challenge to find ways to move your body. Climb stairs if given a choice between that and escalators or elevators. Walk your dog; chase your kids; toss balls with friends, mow the lawn. Anything … Read More

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Women:Tips to boost your bust!

Always wear a sports bra Your breasts’ support structure is fragile, so when they’re constantly stretched as a result of wearing the wrong bra, they’ll eventually stop returning to their original position. Keep you bust pert and minimise sagging by wearing a sports bra when you exercise. Fake your cleavage Use make-up to create a … Read More

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Why Asthma sufferers should consider wood flooring

Most asthma sufferers will tell you that many different things can trigger an asthma attack. Some will be affected by pollutants in the air, such as cigarette smoke and exhaust fumes, whilst others may find that animal hair or pollen can add to the discomfort already caused by allergies. Even stress and work or a … Read More