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What are your favorite workout supplements?

Bodybuilders are always looking for products that can help them build mass, and bodybuilding supplements help them in reshaping their body the way they want. There are numbers of companies who have launched supplements for bodybuilding. These companies distribute their supplement samples to their prospective…

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Added by Steve @ Project Swole on February 20, 2013 at 9:30am — No Comments

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Hi, for more diet, nutrition and fitness tips, go to my blog at www.get-fit-naturally.org

Added by getfitgirl on June 6, 2011 at 12:46pm — No Comments

How Food Choices Affect the Body

Everyone knows that they should eat healthy foods, but do they understand why? Healthy eating is not always about being thin or losing weight - it is about keeping our bodies healthy for a better quality of life. Choosing healthy foods provide us with the proper nutrition to help our bodies develop properly, prevent illness, and maintain a healthy weight; whereas a diet high in saturated fats or sugars can have an adverse effect on our bodies, causing obesity, mood…

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Added by getfitgirl on June 6, 2011 at 12:43pm — No Comments

6 Ways of Fasting to Lose Weight

Fasting is an important part of your daily life. It has a deeper meaning other than a dieting technique. It is great way to detoxify your body from toxins. The different methods of fasting can help to create a right balance in your body to enhance your life in every manner you can.



Some of the common cleansing… Continue

Added by Steve @ Project Swole on March 21, 2011 at 8:57am — No Comments

With wealth comes fat, China finds

From the LA Times:





Obesity becomes more common as the traditional diet of vegetables and rice is weighted down with meat, oil and sugary snacks. And why ride a bike when

you can drive your car?


Reporting…

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Added by David on November 2, 2010 at 8:35am — 1 Comment

Do sugary drinks affect blood pressure?

A few years ago, a large study of more than 150,000 women helped clear poor, vilified coffee of the suspicion it was contributing to hypertension.



But while that 2005 study found no connection between even many daily cups of coffee and high blood pressure, it pointed a finger at another suspect (indeed –one of the usual suspects): It found that soda intake—regular and diet alike—was associated with higher blood… Continue

Added by Ayala laufer-Cahana MD on May 31, 2010 at 6:30am — No Comments

Moving into a healthier diet

Most people decide at one stage in their life that they want to eat healthier. It just makes sense that a healthier diet will result in being healthier both short

term and long term.



But what is a healthier diet? There are so many different opinions out there, each specialist backing his or her views by countless research and evidence. And for

most opinions you can…

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Added by Changing Maya on May 18, 2010 at 8:38pm — No Comments

Organic is healthier…but you can still get fat

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We like to eat. We especially like indulgent foods – desserts, snacks and tasty treats.



We’d love to believe it’s okay to heap our plates with foods we perceive as “healthy".



In fact, studies have shown time and again that foods perceived as healthy or foods with a health aura drive us — if only subconsciously — to eat more. Foods with "low… Continue

Added by Ayala laufer-Cahana MD on May 10, 2010 at 6:01am — No Comments

Kids’ food: Innocent fun or a bad habit?

First Mom Michelle Obama said to food makers recently: “If there is anyone here who can sell food to our kids, it’s you. You know what gets them to drive their parents crazy in the grocery store.”



We parents are quite aware of a TV ad when we see one, but marketing efforts go way beyond direct advertising on TV and internet games. Kids are exposed to slick… Continue

Added by Ayala laufer-Cahana MD on May 3, 2010 at 5:50am — No Comments

Eight early life factors that may drive obesity

Oh, how things change.



It wasn’t that long ago when I had newborns—they’re now a tween and teens—and the unspoken competition between new moms was how well our babies gain weight, how high they plot on the percentile charts and how quickly they outgrow their clothes. Chubby was cute, and—it’s embarrassing to say—many breastfeeding moms were encouraged by medical personnel to add-on some formula if the baby wasn’t gaining weight at a remarkable pace.



I was already a… Continue

Added by Ayala laufer-Cahana MD on April 5, 2010 at 5:26am — No Comments

Healthy Ideas for Easter

We all know the dreaded Easter chocolate eggs and jelly beans will be coming our way. So, what are some ways to enjoy this Easter with our health in mind? I have compiled some tips for the upcoming weekend!

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Added by Nicole German on March 30, 2010 at 9:30am — No Comments

A healthy farewell to winter

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I meant to share a recipe earlier in the winter, and here we are with the exuberance of spring unfolding, the days getting longer and the joys of fresh produce coming back to the gardens and markets. So I’d better hurry up and offer my ginger carrot and miso soup—a delicious way to transition from winter to spring—before it gets too… Continue

Added by Ayala laufer-Cahana MD on March 29, 2010 at 4:49am — No Comments

Michelle Obama to food makers: Make healthier food, now

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First Lady Michelle Obama gave some tough love to the food industry last week.



In her remarks at the Grocery Manufacturers Association meeting in Washington D.C. last week Mrs. Obama was tactful, diplomatic and generous with praise… Continue

Added by Ayala laufer-Cahana MD on March 22, 2010 at 7:45am — No Comments

Want milk? Lactose intolerance shouldn’t stop you

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Are most Americans lactose intolerant? Do all dairy products contain lactose? How critical is it to stick to a lactose-free diet?



Although most of us know someone who is lactose intolerant, and “lactose intolerance” frequently comes up in health-related conversations, there are many myths and misconceptions regarding this common digestive issue.…
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Added by Ayala laufer-Cahana MD on March 15, 2010 at 6:30am — No Comments

Misleading health claims finally under fire

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Is the health claim party coming to an end?



This past week, the Food and Drug Administration released 17 letters of warning to food manufacturers whose product claims don't adhere to federal labeling rules. FDA Commissioner Margaret Hamburg, MD, also sent an… Continue

Added by Ayala laufer-Cahana MD on March 8, 2010 at 6:30am — No Comments

Three healthy habits to fight childhood obesity

One in three American kids is overweight or obese. Many of our kids start accumulating extra weight—or develop the habits that will lead to weight gain later on—in very early childhood, setting them up for a lifelong struggle with both weight and a multitude of chronic diseases.



But many parents don’t pay much attention to obesity prevention advice; they don’t believe it’s relevant to their kids. They’re more focused on making sure their kids develop well, and…
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Added by Ayala laufer-Cahana MD on March 1, 2010 at 4:28am — No Comments

The recipe for a long and healthy life

Do you want to live to 100?



For most of us, a long and well-lived life sounds rather tempting. So what can we do to get as much out of life as we can, for as long as we can?



It turns out we know some important things about what influences longevity; there’s even a fun game online that will estimate how old you’ll live to be. All you have to do is answer 40 quick questions related to your health and family history and a calculator (at the end of this post) will do… Continue

Added by Ayala laufer-Cahana MD on February 22, 2010 at 6:01am — 1 Comment

”Let’s Move” to reform school food

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School food received some major media attention in the past week.



Michelle Obama launched the Let’s Move anti-obesity campaign last Tuesday, with improving school food as a major program cornerstone. Congress will reauthorize the Childhood Nutrition Act this year—with some planned overhauls and budget… Continue

Added by Ayala laufer-Cahana MD on February 15, 2010 at 4:17am — 1 Comment

10 healthy cooking tips for great flavor with less salt

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I devoted last week’s post to salt, and to the fact that we consume, to our detriment, two-to-three times our recommended daily upper limit of salt. The bulk of this excess intake comes unnoticed and hidden in processed and restaurant (especially fast-food… Continue

Added by Ayala laufer-Cahana MD on February 8, 2010 at 5:03am — 2 Comments

Working Out with a Personal Trainer: Week 4



Ok I have now finished my 4th week working out with a personal trainer, have a look at my video review/weigh-in and see how much I have lost! :-) Click here to see video!



Please rate my video and subscribe so you can see how the next 4 weeks will go!



Take care,

Andrew

Discipline Or… Continue

Added by Andrew Scott on February 1, 2010 at 12:47pm — No Comments

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