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Walk 10,000 Steps To Improve Health And Fitness

It’s a fact, America is becoming obese at an alarming rate and the rest of the world is following close behind. We are eating more (and more of the wrong stuff) and exercising less or getting no exercise at all. Our health is in steep decline and doctor and hospital visits are at all time […]

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10 Ways To Diminish Your Charge For Healthcare

After central and breathing expenses double as crack or a mortgage, for a congruous contain of American families healthcare can be the looked toward greatest expenditure, and for many a big part of that overall healthcare cost can be their health insurance premium. However, according to financial experts, when it comes to preparing your family’s […]

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10 Top Healthy Foods To Keep You Fit

Healthy eating and physical fitness go together, but there are no magic foods that cause you to be one hundred percent healthy by just eating the one food. No, you need a variety of foods from each of these food groups each day. It’s also important to watch the portion size so as not to […]

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10 Ways to Avoid Overeating

Food is everywhere. It’s at the gas station, the shopping mall, on the reception desk at work and in the park. It’s how we celebrate birthdays, holidays and even social outings. It’s difficult to ever go hungry in our abundant society. Given the prevalence of food, do you sometimes find yourself eating […]

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10 Exercises for Rock-hard Abs

On the list of most coveted body parts, a set of rock hard abs ranks at the top. While a six-pack is certainly attractive, its importance goes far beyond vanity. The stronger our core, the more functional our bodies will be in our daily lives (and not just on the beach!). A solid core […]

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More than 10 percent of heart attack patients may have undiagnosed diabetes

At least 10 percent of people who have a heart attack may have undiagnosed diabetes, according to new research presented at the American Heart Association’s Quality of Care and Outcomes Research Scientific Sessions 2014. Researchers studied data on 2,854 heart attack patients who did not have a known diagnosis of diabetes in 24 U.S. hospitals […]

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10 Things You Should Do If You Want To Lose Weight

Last updated on: February 05, 201418:48 IST Brinda Sapat Weight loss issues? Fitness trainer Brinda Sapat tells you what to do. You are on a fitness programme, or maybe not, and you just cannot seem to shake off the fat fast enough. What do you do? Follow these awesome fat-busting, shape-yielding tips that are guaranteed […]

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10 Reasons Why Those with Arthritis Should Exercise

Arthritis is becoming more and more common — and not just among the very old. Unfortunately, many arthritis sufferers mistakenly believe that exercise will worsen their condition.The reality is, however, that exercise can be extremely beneficial. “A well-rounded physical activity program of stretching, strength training and aerobic exercise can help minimize many of […]

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Bant's Top 10 Secrets Of Healthy Weight Loss (that Don't Involve Dieting)

BANT’s Top 10 Secrets of Healthy Weight Loss (That Don’t Involve Dieting) This year, the HuffPost UK Lifestyle team is saying no to January. That means, saying no to diets,[1] calorie restriction, detoxing and juice cleanses. So what does healthy weight loss look like for 2014? The British Association For Applied Nutrition And Nutritional Therapy […]

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Everett Doctor Offers Weight-loss Class, 10 Sensible Tips

Published: Tuesday, November 19, 2013, 12:01 a.m. In order to help patients, Everett Clinic physician Cheryl Beighle knew she first had to overcome her own addiction: Peanut M&Ms.The candy triggers the same response in her brain as a cocaine addict’s, she said. “The same part lights up.”Eliminating the trigger food that hijacks mind control is […]

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