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    The Protein Conundrum

    By: sybil - July 28, 2009

    Most fad diets, like the Atkins Diet, that promoted excessive protein consumption have lost their luster in the health and nutrition world. However, protein should still be a very important part of your diet. Whether you are an active weight lifter, a...

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    Free Workout Advice & Fitness Tips

    By: sybil - July 21, 2009



    FitLink is on Facebook and Twitter! It's true and we want you to become our friends and followers. When you join FitLink on Facebook and Twitter, you have daily access to free, helpful, fun and interesting fitness tips, workouts, and articles.
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    Osteoporosis and Exercise

    By: sybil - July 20, 2009

    How can regular exercise and healthy living help prevent a disease that affects an estimated 10 million Americans?
    Often we forget to consider the consequences of the choices we make in our everyday. As youngsters, we desire to play and be active, but...

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    Exercise Environmentalism

    By: sybil - July 16, 2009

    There are numerous ways to help save the environment. More than just recycling, consuming less and cutting down on energy usage, people can now purchase "green" items. Items are labled eco-friendly based on an analysis of the product's materials, its...

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    To do strength training or cardio: that is the question

    By: sybil - July 6, 2009

    Feel like there is not enough time in the day to workout, let alone do cardio, strength training and stretching every workout? If you're like me, you have about a 40 minute window to exercise every day. Maybe that window is even less, say 20 minutes. It's...

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    Secret to Longevity: Flex Your Muscles

    By: sybil - July 6, 2009



    Larry Haubner, age 107, should be an inspiration to us all. When you feel like you can't get off the couch to go walking or to do some weight lifting, think of how such activity can prolong your life. Larry Haubner, in this article by The Washington...

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    Benefits of Fruits and Vegetables

    By: rghilino - June 23, 2009



    Some impressive statistics regarding fruit and vegetables are listed below. Make sure you are consuming lots of fruit and vegetables, and a variety of both.

    • 1 in 3 Americans will have cancer in their lifetimes; 20 years ago it was 1 in 10
    • The...

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    Bottled Water and Glycemic Index

    By: sequoiahealth - June 22, 2009



    Sequoia Health's June newsletter has been published here for your reading enjoyment and education...

    Bottled Water: 3 Major Health Concerns

    Water is a Must

    The safety and environmental friendliness of bottled water is back in the
    news. Drinking...

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    Run and walk your way to completing any distance

    By: proctor - June 2, 2009



    Not a runner but want to go the distance? Check out this article by Tara Parker-Pope on the NY Times website or just scroll to read the content. If you want to rev up your workout a bit but don't want to risk injury, don't consider yourself a runner, or...

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    Heart Health and Bone Health

    By: sequoiahealth - May 28, 2009

    Sequoia Health's May newsletter has been published here for your reading enjoyment and education...

    Feel Better... Live Better
    Low Inflammation Important to Heart Health

    The Inflammation Process
    Until recently, most experts believed that having...

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