Tag Archives: Workout

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New Exercises Help Fight Off Dementia in Elderly

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A few months ago we discussed the benefits of playing Nitendo Wii had on people diagnosed with Parkinson’s Disease. Over several years, the same gaming system has been noted as a favorite past time for many seniors in nursing and assisted living homes. Recently, a study was conducted on people over 65 to determine if [...]

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4 Reasons Why Women Lose Weight Slower than Men

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Competing with your guy to lose weight by that office holiday party? You may want to think again – he will most likely win. Studies have showed time and time again that men lose weight faster than women. Male and female bodies are extremely different; it only stands to reason that they would handle weight [...]

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3 Simple Ways to Prevent Type 2 Diabetes

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It’s no secret that diabetes often leads to heart attacks or strokes. Now, researchers believe there is a strong link between diabetes and Alzheimer’s and Dementia. In a recent study out of Japan, research have found men and women over the age of 60 with Type 2 Diabetes were twice as likely than other participants [...]

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Americans are Drinking Less Water

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Why do Americans trade great nourishment for sugary drinks? CNN recently reported, based on a National Center of Health study, that half of the US population over the age of two consumes sugary drinks daily. The study defined “sugary drinks” as sodas, sweetened waters, energy drinks, sport drinks and fruit beverages. They forgot about: diet [...]

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Chocolate Milk: the Surprisingly Beneficial After Workout Snack

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Having just jumped back onto the fitness train myself, I have been diligently searching for beneficial techniques to boost my weight loss and health that is cost efficient.  Protein supplements are neither enticing nor monetarily in my budget – so I had to look for natural supplements.  The most surprising and delicious fitness treat I [...]