Pollution And Your Diet

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In North America, there has been a focus in the last decade or so on the unhealthy production and consumption of food. The dependence of North Americans on processed, convenient food has led to a widely discussed and studied problem with obesity, in adults as well as in children. In an effort to move North … Continue reading Pollution And Your Diet

Exercise And Your Joints

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In your life, there are a few inevitabilities. Taxes, death, and experiencing joint pain at some point are among them. The joint pain you suffer could result from an injury and could be a temporary condition. Others are not so lucky, suffering from long-term conditions that result in extended, daily joint pain and inflammation. Our … Continue reading Exercise And Your Joints

Top Exercise Errors

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If you are like the majority of the human race, then you probably don’t like to exercise. It’s hard to find the time, or maybe you’re just too damn lazy. Whatever the reason, the natural progression of exercise avoidance leads us to make exercise errors. People tend to be drawn toward the quick fix of … Continue reading Top Exercise Errors

How to Prevent Obesity

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Rates of obesity and overweight, leading risk factors for heart disease have risen dramatically over the past 10 years. Over the last two decades, the rates for overweight children have doubled, so that today one-third of children in the United States are overweight. Obesity is bad news for both body and mind. Not only does … Continue reading How to Prevent Obesity

Summer Diet Overhaul

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Summer is the prefect time to take a look at what you are eating and make some simple changes toward developing better eating habits. Especially those of us who live in cold winter climates, many use the layers of clothing required to keep us warm to hide the chub we put on eating all the … Continue reading Summer Diet Overhaul