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    Juicing: Boost Your Immune System to Fight Disease

     

    Juicing: Boost Your Immune System to Fight Disease

    According to the CDC’s 2012 data brief, more than 35% of U.S. men and women were obese in 2009–2010. Obesity has become an epidemic in the United States and it is growing larger by the day.  This epidemic can be directly linked to how our culture prioritizes nutrition.  

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    Charging the Right Fees For Your Personal Training Services

    As seen in AFPA ENews May 23, 2014

    The two primary fee structures you’ll use for your personal training business are hourly and flat-fee contract service agreements. While some trainers use one or the other exclusively, most use a combination. It’s a good idea to offer a variety of service

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    Impressive New Smartphone Apps in Health & Medicine

    Impressive New Smartphone Apps in Health & Medicine

    Smartphones are just about everywhere. In the U.S. alone, more than 91 million Americans now use a smartphone. Of course, these devices are much more than just a phone.

    The fact that there are apps for many areas in personal health and medicine is

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    Considering a Career as a Holistic Nutritionist?

    Are you considering a career as a holistic nutritionist? Or perhaps you already have your credentials and want to know what the next step is to becoming a successful Holistic Nutritionist.

    Here are some general questions and answers you may find helpful as to why you may want to pursue a career as a Holistic Nutritionist.

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    Why Your BMI Doesn't Tell the Whole Story

    How well do BMI, waist size, and other measurements gauge obesity?

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    Reviewed by Louise Chang, MD

    You may have heard of BMI -- body mass index. It's based on your height and weight, and it's widely used to say who's obese, who's overweight (but not obese), who's at

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    13 Things Sure To Slow Down Your Metabolism

    Every cell in your body plays a role in energy metabolism -- the process of turning the food you eat into energy that keeps your heart beating, lungs pumping, and muscles moving. The faster your basal metabolic rate, the more calories you burn. And just like there are ways to

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    Why Farm Raised Fish is Bad for You

    Eating Tilapia is Worse Than Eating Bacon

    We all have the notion that eating fish would be the better option over bacon when it comes to health. And the truth is, it really is! Fish is a low fat, high protein food that has

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    The Truth About Grass fed Beef

    The Truth About Grassfed Beef - Whether you're a meat eater or not, the method of raising animals on a grain diet in feedlot operations affects all of us. Discover the not so pleasant realities and detrimental consequences of feedlots and decide for yourself if the trend toward 'pasture fed'

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    Weight Loss Trends

    New weight loss trends pop up what seems like every day. Before giving one a go, learn what they are and which ones may work for you.

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    Exercise as Good as Medicine in Treating Heart Disease

    Research findings published in the British Medical Journal reveal that exercise is ‘as good as medicine’ in the treatment of heart diseases, and should be built-in when new drugs are being developed and tried.

    It said although limited in quantity, existing randomized trial evidence on exercise interventions suggests that exercise and

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