April 2017

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Yoga combines physical exercises with breathing and meditation. This combination of breathing techniques, physical positions and meditation or relaxation can be beneficial for cardiovascular health in many ways. Keep Reading


The Best Anti Aging Foods

by Jackie on April 27, 2017

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Antioxidants are often mentioned when talking about anti aging supplements and products. The body’s normal aging process is sped up by free radicals, substances that are created through normal body functions but that also come from the environment, from UV radiation and from smoking. Keep Reading


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Organic foods are often more expensive than non-organic. If it is not possible to buy organic all the time, which are the top 5 foods you should always try to buy organic and why? Keep Reading


How Much Protein Do I Need?

by Wendy on April 20, 2017

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Protein plays a role in many important body functions. Eating enough protein also helps you to feel full longer, which makes protein important for weight loss. Most people in the West get enough protein from their daily diet especially if they eat meat, eggs and fish. Keep Reading


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Acetyl L-Carnitine is an amino acid that the body uses to turn fat into energy. It is important for many body processes and has effects on brain function, heart function and muscle movement. Many people take carnitine supplements to improve memory, mood, cognitive abilities and mental stamina. Keep Reading


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Squats are a great way to exercise your legs, your buttocks and your core. They are easy to do: you will not need any equipment and you can do them anywhere and any time you want to work out. Squatting is a targeted workout for the legs, but it is good for your overall fitness too. Keep Reading


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The occasional soda as a special treat is fine, but it is not a good idea to drink sodas regularly. One can of soda typically contains as much as 10 teaspoons of sugar, and some of the most worrying soda effects for your health include high blood sugar, weight gain and obesity. Sodas are full of calories but contain no important nutrients.

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