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The Downside to Meal Replacement Diets

For busy people with busy lives, meal replacements may seem an easy way to lose stubborn pounds. Everything is calorie counted and nutrient measured, and there’s little or no preparation time. All you need to do is mix up a shake, heat up a soup or pop a bar in …

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Is Yoga enough to keep Physically Fit – No

While yoga is a great way to become in touch with one’s mind, body, and spirit, yoga is not enough to keep a person physically fit. The reason yoga must be combined with a regular fitness program that includes cardiovascular activity, is because yoga does not increase the heart rate …

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Be Clean at the Gym

Going to the gym and exercising is great for your health. Exercise is a preventative natural medication for almost any ailment that comes to mind. You would be hard pressed to find any credible information to the contrary. On the other hand the gym is filled with bodily fluids and …

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Medical Issues associated with Strong Cloudy or Strong Smelling Urine

Strong, cloudy, or foul-smelling urine could have several possible causes, some warranting more concern than others. Understanding the facts will allow you to know when it’s time to contact your physician. Typically, healthy urine is light yellow with a slight ammonia odor. However, food, drink, and certain medications can affect …

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Ways to avoid slight depression

A bout with the blues or slight depression is something that occurs in everyone at some time, and there is nothing to worry about with that. Make those fleeting incidences a reflective time and let the blues dissipate naturally. Sometimes depression may come on unexpectedly and other times it can …

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Helping an Overweight Child

I agree that a child’s weight problem should not continued to be let go, simply ignoring it. A weight problem will only get worse as the child continues to grow, and if someone doesn’t care enough to step in and do something about it, that child will end up obese …

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Keratolysis Exfoliativa Congenita Treatments

Keratolysis exfoliativa congenita is a rare disorder believed to be transmitted as an autosomal recessive disease. The condition is characterized by spontaneous and continuous peeling of the skin and in most instances, the condition affects the entire body specially the skin covering palms, soles, and the face. However, there are …

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Top Mistakes People Make in the Gym

You may ask yourself that several times a year, as you are standing there in the gym. A lot of my cliebts ask me this when they come to me to seek my health and fitness advice. Achieving results can be hard enough, so don’t get stuck making these seven …

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Exercise Stress and Diabetes

Handling Pervasive Stress There exists an unfortunate dynamic for most Americans today. The cost of living is rising exponentially, while the quality of that living is correspondingly declining. The cost of gas, food and mortgages fells like some national joke, where no one has yet revealed the punch line. We …

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Moles and Cancer

Unfortunately, skin cancer is one of the most common forms of cancer. Furthermore, some people are far more susceptible to skin cancer than others. For instance, people having naturally pale shades of skin and hair are more prone to skin cancer than people with darker features. These people with pale …

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