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8 naughty Ways to Burn Calories

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Sex—touching, snuggling and everything else on the spectrum—is great for your relationship and happiness, but intimate time with your babe is also terrific for your physical health. Not only does that “loving feeling” get your heart rate up, it can burn some serious calories, too! Check out the calorie-burning profile of each romantic activity below (based on the body weight […]

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Broccoli Beef Stir-Fry

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Take a break from take-out by making a home cooking savory broccoli beef stir-fry. This delicious mouthwatering broccoli beef stir-fry features nutritious broccoli and mushrooms smothered in a savory sauce. Serve over a bed of brown rice or black rice for a complete meal. Broccoli Beef Stir-Fry Ingredients 1 cup uncooked brown rice 2 cups water + 1/2 cup 1/2 inch […]

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Physical Activity and Cancer

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What is physical activity? Physical activity is any bodily movement produced by skeletal muscles; such movement results in an expenditure of energy. Physical activity is a critical component of energy balance, a term used to describe how weight, diet, and physical activity influence health, including cancer risk. How is physical activity related to health? Researchers have established that regular physical […]

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The risks of sitting too long

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As technology advances our entire world is been constructed to keep you sitting down. When we drive, work, office, at home watch TV, and so on… You may think that if you hit the gym a couple times per week, drink green juice occasionally, or change from regular coke to diet coke – will certainly counteracts all the sitting. Well, […]

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How Does Stress Affect You

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When it comes to stress we all deal with it in different ways, some of the common responses to stress are listed below. Take a minute and think about how stress affects you. Aches and Pains* Headache Backache Neck ache Stomach ache Tight muscles Clenched jaw Energy Level and Sleep* Feeling tired without a good reason Trouble sleeping Feelings Anxiety […]

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Fighting Eating Disorder with Fitness

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What is Eating Disorder: Eating disorder is any of a range of psychological disorders characterized by abnormal or disturbed eating habits (such as anorexia nervosa). How did Josi Brockstedt found an alternative solutions? With fitness. “I’m not thinking about my weight since I’m doing fitness” to find out more how she did it contact her https://www.facebook.com/josi.brockstedt?fref=nf Symptoms Symptoms vary, depending […]

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Benefits of Jumping Rope

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Mental & Physical Benefits of Jumping Rope Jumping rope is fun and easy to do anywhere. It’s quite portable as it can fit easily into your purse, bag or back pocket which you can bring along on any trip, to school, work or done in the comfort of living room while you’re the kids — or watching TV. The benefits of jumping […]

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3 Things that Can Determine Your Metabolism

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Metabolism refers to the process of converting the calories you intake into energy to power your body. Your metabolism determines the amount of calories you can eat all day and still maintain your weight. It’s affected by 3 main things: Basal metabolic rate (AKA BMR): Tells you the number of calories needed to maintain your body in a rested, fasting […]

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3 Things Your Post-Workout supplements Needs

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Are you the type of person that wants to know your progress in the gym? Do you take supplements? Are you looking for a little extra information? If you answered yes to all of those questions, then I got the post-workout supplementation solution you are looking for. 1st Thing You Need is Protein Near everything in your body is made out […]

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Sugary drinks linked to 180000 deaths a year study says

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Scientists are asking people across the globe to lay off sugary drinks, linking the consumption to an estimated 184,000 adult deaths each year, including more than 25,000 Americans. Overall, that means one in every 100 deaths from obesity-related diseases is caused by sugary beverages, according to a study published Monday in the journal Circulation. The study, conducted by researchers from Tufts University, found that the […]

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