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Along with antiretroviral medications, doctors may prescribe exercise for people with HIV

In addition to antiretroviral medications, people with HIV may soon begin receiving a home exercise plan from their doctors, according to a researcher at Case Western Reserve University’s Frances Payne Bolton School of Nursing. “People with HIV are developing secondary chronic illnesses earlier and more frequently than their non-HIV counterparts,” said Allison Webel, PhD, RN, […]

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Health Supplements, Antioxidants And The Fda

The Food and Drug Administration understands that people may not eat properly. That is why they have listed recommendations for consumers about health supplements ? and specifically those with antioxidant properties. The simple fact is the human body cannot work properly without antioxidants. The FDA acknowledges that a lack of antioxidants in a person’s diet […]

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Nutritionist Reveals Tips For Busting Belly Fat After A Whole Season Of Gorging On Chocolate

If the winter’s-worth of chocolate clinging to your midriff is losing its cute appeal, then we’ve got some tips and tricks to help send it packing. Excess belly fat could increase your risk of Type 2 diabetes[1], heart disease[2], stroke, high blood pressure and even cancer[3], which is why it’s well worth making a few […]

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6 Exercise Swaps That Will Kick up the Intensity of Your Workout

Plateaus are a common obstacle in any kind of fitness program. After weeks and weeks of training, the body adapts and what was once hard is now easy. Exercise programs need to be changed regularly to continue to see progress and results, but it can be difficult to learn a new series of exercises […]

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Why nitrate supplementation may increase athletic performance

Walk down the aisles of any food supplement store and you’ll see that the use of nitrate supplements by athletes and fitness buffs has been popular for years. The hope is that these supplements will increase endurance (and possibly other performance/health benefits) by improving the efficiency at which muscles use oxygen. Now, a research study […]

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Garcinia Cambogia – Weight Loss Confirmed And Explained By Recent Research

BURBANK, CA / ACCESSWIRE / February 28, 2015 / Garcinia Cambogia Extract has recently been in the spotlight for its unique weight loss abilities. It’s an all-natural food supplement produced from the pure extracts of the Garcinia Cambogia[1] fruit, a plant that is regarded to be an effective super food. Recent studies show that the […]

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TRX Exercises to Enhance Mobility and Flexibility

To perform well as an athlete, or even train safely in the gym, both mobility and flexibility are essential staples of fitness. Mobility vs. Flexibility The terms “mobility” and “flexibility” are thrown around a lot in the fitness world, but do we really know what they mean? Mobility: The amount of […]

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Nutritional Supplements 03

Welcome to a world of nutritional possibilities. Although this great nation tends to thrive on a smorgasbord or fast food, soft drinks and sweets, there is a silver lining to the food cloud. Currently anyone can indulge in a vast array of nutritional supplements. One awesome aspect of these bars, shakes, snacks and meal replacements […]

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Health And Fitness

Being active makes a person healthy and strong. It is not just for people who have a weight problem but for everyone who likes to stay fit. There is a lot a person can do such jog or walk every morning, play basketball or any other sport with friends but if a person wants to […]

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Reducing energy efficiency boosts calorie burning in muscle

What started as an evolutionary protection against starvation has become a biological “bad joke” for people who need to lose weight. The human body doesn’t distinguish between dieting and possible starvation, so when there is a decrease in calories consumed, human metabolism increases its energy efficiency and weight loss is resisted. In a new study […]

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