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    Building Up Bone Strength At Any Age

    By: proctor - August 15, 2013



    Did you know that it is never too late to build up the strength and density of your bones? Even just by walking, you can build stronger bones. Simply put, the impact of your heel striking the ground as you walk sends a signal to your body to create more...

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    Exercises To Do While Pregnant

    By: proctor - July 9, 2013



    Expecting a baby? Congratulations! You may have noticed by now that your body is going through a lot of changes. Some days you may feel too tired, especially in your first trimester, to get off the couch and get some exercise. But on those days where you...

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    Clean Eating - Way of Life, Not A Trend

    By: proctor - June 13, 2013

    Clean Eating has resurfaced as a popular way to cater those who want to eat more nutritious foods without being on a "diet" or buying pills. It is simple and accessible for everyone, no matter where you live. With just a little bit of information, you can...

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    5 Exercises to Prevent Neck Aches

    By: proctor - May 31, 2013



    Ever had a pain in the neck? Chances are, if you are human, that the answer is Yes! Fortunately, this is a very preventable problem. Our necks hold the weight of our skull which is on average about 8 pounds in adults. Our necks are capable of a lot of...

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    Yoga Helps Cancer Patients Cope With Their Illness

    By: proctor - January 10, 2013



    For those living with cancer, their bodies and minds are under unusual stress. But one form of exercise, yoga, is helping them breathe a little deeper and heal a little faster.

    Yoga is known for its calming effects on the mind. But Carrollton yoga...

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    5 Ways To Use Less Salt

    By: proctor - December 11, 2012



    Harvard Medical School recently published an easy-to-read newsletter with information about how to reduce the salt in your diet. While salt is important, it is also easy to over-do it and get too much in your diet, which can increase health problems. Read...

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    Superfoods to boost your health

    By: proctor - June 19, 2012



    To get the most out of your food, you need to know a few basics about nutrition. You may have heard of Superfoods by this point. There are many different kinds, and they deliver a lot of power per bite. Read below to see a new article from The Daily Mail,...

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    How darkness in the evening may be good for you

    By: proctor - June 4, 2012



    This article was published in the Harvard Health Newsletter. Read on to learn more about blue light and it's affects on your health.

    Light at night is bad for your health, and exposure to blue light emitted by electronics and energy-efficient...

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    Weight Loss is Key in Fighting Type 2 Diabetes

    By: proctor - February 8, 2012



    Diabetes can be genetic. Because it is on both sides of my family, I often do research on it and attempt to learn what I can to try to prevent it. I came across this article by Marion Nestle, professor at New York University, and would like to share it:
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    Warm Up To Perform At Your Best

    By: proctor - July 12, 2011



    Warming up your muscles before you do any mild to intense physical activity will not only help you practice or perform better but will also prevent injury as well as make the actual exercise more comfortable, therefore more enjoyable. I have been telling...

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