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    Fat Burning Zone versus Cardio Training Zone

    By: proctor - April 19, 2010

    The debate has been around for years...should you exercise in the "fat burning zone" in order to lose bodyfat? Or should you exercise in the "cardio training zone" to lose bodyfat? Stephanie Green from ezinearticles.com wrote a very good explanation to...

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    Signs Of Stress

    By: proctor - April 16, 2010



    Today in Yahoo! News, there is an informative article about the different ways stress can present itself in your body and affect your life. Read it by clicking the link below or simply reading it here:

    Signs of Stress

    When was the last time you went...

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    Weight Loss the Healthy Way

    By: sequoiahealth - April 12, 2010

    An ancient Tai Chi master said, "You Know, Why Don't You Do." After each and every weight loss consultation this week, I needed to repeat this saying. Why? The pattern that I was seeing and hearing was "can't I just do some of the things you suggest and...

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    Nutrition for Fitness - Foods High in Iron

    By: CimoneC - April 9, 2010

    By D. Cimone Cooper


    Iron is a vital mineral, used to manufacture red blood cells which carry oxygenated blood throughout the body. A deficiency in iron (anemia) may result in a pale complexion and lethargy. Iron requirements vary by gender, with...

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    Top 10 Reasons You Are Not Losing Fat

    By: Msfit31 - October 26, 2009



    Here are the most frequent reasons that a dieter doesn’t lose fat, as opposed to weight. Weight may not change much if you are gaining muscle mass while reducing food intake. Adding muscle will help you lose fat.

    1. Menu is too high in calories from...

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    Focusing on Healthy Living

    By: Cwells - September 14, 2009

    Healthy is a generic term that generally makes you think of exercise and dieting. This is most often true due to fact that we need to compensate or make up for the years that we have not been eating correctly and lack of physical activity. These bad...

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    Successful Weight Loss Begins in Your Mind

    By: RoseannaLeaton - September 11, 2009



    It is readily accepted in sport that 90% of success is in your mind. This equation is reflected in almost anything in life, and weight loss is no exception.

    So many people decide over the weekend to start their diet on Monday and when Monday comes...

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    Summer Exercise

    By: proctor - August 30, 2009



    The heat index is rising which means your motivation may be falling. It is challenging to hop up and get active during the hottest days, especially when you are sweating before you even start your workout. However, your energy is going to drop even...

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    10 Things Parents Can Do To Help Prevent Eating Disorders

    By: proctor - August 21, 2009



    This article, written by Michael Levine, PhD, clearly defines what parents can do to help prevent eating disorders from affecting their children or grandchildren. Read below for ten things you can do to help.

    1. Consider your thoughts, attitudes, and...

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    Triclosan: Helping or Hurting?

    By: proctor - July 28, 2009

    There is an informative article that just came out that you anti-bacterial soap lovers might want to read just to stay informed. Click The Trouble of Triclosan or visit www.FoodAndWaterWatch.org to read the article on Triclosan, the ingredient added to...

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