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October 2012

5 Winter Workout Tips For Busy People

Why are we talking about winter workout, you would ask…Well, simple: compared to staying active in the summer, it’s very easy to get caught with not doing workouts during the winter season. Putting this off is even done without any…

5 Theme Park Foods You’re Better Off Avoiding

Going to the theme park can be loads of fun. And let’s be honest, the experience is not just about the rides but also about the food. There are simply some things that are served there that you just can’t…

Aromatherapy: How to Detoxify Your Body Using Essential Oils

Aromatherapy has, over the centuries, accompanied man on his journey to well-being.  Essential oils have been primarily used as perfume and later favored for their very potent and effective medicinal properties.  Each oil has it’s distinct property and character.  Every…

Understanding the Connection Between Type 2 Diabetes and Diet

Diabetes occurs when a human body is incapable of producing enough insulin or when the body does not respond in the correct way to insulin.  The pancreas is the organ that is responsible for insulin production however there doesn’t specifically…

Les Mills COMBAT Brings Mixed Martial Arts To Your Living Room

Mixed martial arts is not a term most beginning exercisers are familiar with. Beachbody LLC and Les Mills International are hoping to change that with the introduction of their second in home DVD workout collaboration called Les Mills COMBAT. This…

Health Benefits of Walking and Jogging

In today’s fast moving world, it is very important to maintain a healthy lifestyle. Nutritive eating habits and daily exercise contribute to the good health of an individual. Walking is the basic and one of the best forms of exercises.…

Physical Therapy for Hip Fracture Patients at Home

Hip fracture is a rampant and a life-threatening illness that often affects aging people.  The number of hip fracture incidents increases annually.  In most cases, incurring a fracture in the hip bone brings life- changing problems and health complications that…

Why Do I Experience Joint Pain After Exercise?

We all know that we should lead a healthy lifestyle that includes regular physical exercise.  However, sometimes we find workout routines particularly dreadful, not because we are not up for the challenge, but for an entirely different 9and legitimate reason:…

Total Body Transformation Story – Guest Post by @FBWorkout

I decided that enough is enough (see my body transformation pictures below). Seeing all those people with their rock hard abs and perfectly sculpted body, I always wished I could look like them. They always look so happy and full…

Vitamin K in Your Diet: Optimizing Your K Levels

Do you know if you’re getting sufficient amounts of vitamin K in your diet? Experts say that there are many who do not get nearly enough vitamin K from what they eat on a daily basis. This vitamin is actually…

Natural Herbs and Supplements for Weight Loss

Opting to natural weight loss methods is becoming more popular nowadays. A lot of people are becoming more aware and more cautious on the possible side effects of weight loss pills and surgeries. It is believed that the more natural,…

Soy Milk or Almond Milk: Which is Healthier?

It is interesting, isn’t it? That the only mammals that drink another mammal’s milk are humans. Actually, that’s the basis for many holistic health experts’ argument about why, ultimately, dairy milk is not the best for our health. This is…

Psychology is the Missing Ingredient in Treating Type 2 Diabetes

Type 2 diabetes is now a worldwide epidemic with 346 million people living with the condition (Source: World Health Organization). While health educators across the world are treating the clinical symptoms of this disease, only few address the psychological factors.…

5 Tips For Athletes to Protect Their Eyes

Protecting your eyes and vision are always important no matter what you do.  For athletes, this could mean the difference between suffering a severe injury and making a big play because of the reaction time that comes with their vision…