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School is back in session for a lot of children in grade school, or at least within the next few weeks. This doesn’t need to signify the end of letting your kids exhaust some of that energy by playing sports, swimming, and hiking that you might have done over the summer. Keep Reading

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We all have our guilty food pleasures, but there are definitely some that you should eternally ban from your diet, or at least limit your intake. Here are 6 foods to avoid as much as possible, and you will be well on your way to a healthier, balanced meal plan. Keep Reading

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Spending hours on a spin bike can get quite tedious without a different routine to mix up things. Indoor cycling training has been said to be more difficult than outdoor cycling because you have the ability to customize each workout by adding resistance. Make your next spin workout super productive and fun by injecting it with different drills and variations. Keep Reading

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Back bends, wheel pose, handstands and shoulder stands are particularly advanced yoga moves that are designed to improve flexibility and utilize the length and stretch in the muscles. For many, these are the poses that present the greatest challenge, as they require more extensive preparation and skill. Keep Reading

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Post image for Bad Diet May be the Cause of Headaches

Losing weight can be such a pain in the…head. Research conducted by the National Headache Foundation, diet-related issues play a role in an astounding 30% of all migraines! From low blood sugar to caffeine withdrawal, the many subtle diet tweaks we make while trying to slim down can bring on that throbbin’ noggin. Here is why dieting makes your head ache, and how to ease the pain. Keep Reading

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Detoxing Your Liver

by Rachelle on August 12, 2014

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Maintaining a healthy liver is not only important to live an active, healthy lifestyle, but has long-term benefits as well. Think of your liver as an air filter. All the toxins we eat, drink and breathe in get clogged up in this hard-working organ. Even though our body has its own natural detoxification system, there is a lot we can do to give it a helping hand, largely by eating the right kinds of foods. Keep Reading

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When it comes to exercise we all have similar goals: we want to lose weight, build muscle, and live a healthy lifestyle. Fortunately, getting fit and looking lean might be easier than you think. Start by creating a workout routine that features cardiovascular exercise and strength training, fueled by healthy, nutritious foods. Keep Reading

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Breakfast Health Benefits

by Adam on August 7, 2014

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Listen, we get it. Sometimes our daily schedules are very busy, including time in the morning. The last thing that we usually think about before we hit the door is breakfast. It is usually by the time you get to your place of employment that you even remember that you didn’t have time to eat. Keep Reading

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As we get older, our bodies can no longer work at the same efficiency that they once could. This can result in a huge decrease in the production of cells our bodies make, which is what physically ages us. Osteoporosis is a condition caused precisely by this decrease in production. Keep Reading

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Let’s talk about an oft-forgotten part of the body that many people overlook when focusing on their upper-body strength training. The shoulder. Keep Reading

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