How Walking Benefits Your Health and Longevity

How Walking Benefits Your Health and Longevity

May 18, 2018 | 158,404 Views

Want to extend your life span by 3 to 7 years by doing something enjoyable? And lower your risk for diabetes, depression, dementia, hormonal imbalances, arthritis, PMS, thyroid disorders, fatigue and constipation? Do it today to help slim down and boost your mood.

Spending Time in a Sauna Can Reduce Your Risk for a Stroke

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May 18, 2018 | 23,746 Views

Saunas are popular after a workout, but you may want to consider using one consistently for benefits beyond workout recovery. I'll share benefits you may expect, sauna options and cautions to consider when using a sauna.

Should You Exercise After a Heart Attack?

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May 4, 2018 | 186,140 Views

Until recently, it has been thought to be a trigger of heart attacks, but research has recently concluded it is the best preventative 'pill.' Don't be fooled by the cholesterol myth either, blocked arteries don't exist in 80 percent of cases - these are the 3 underlying causes.

Study Shows Link Between Strong Muscles and a Strong Brain

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May 4, 2018 | 36,743 Views

Researchers have found a strong link between physical strength and brain health. This may reduce your potential risk for dementia as you age. I'll give you several strategies to reduce your risk even further.

How Strength Training Changes Your Body for Good

How Strength Training Changes Your Body for Good

April 20, 2018 | 159,788 Views

And Type 2 diabetes, while making you less susceptible to osteoporosis and depression. Also makes you more likely to have a lower BMI and become a healthy eater - while slashing your risk of depression and sharpening your thinking skills.

Sore Muscles? Why You Should Exercise Anyway

Sore Muscles? Why You Should Exercise Anyway

April 20, 2018 | 29,500 Views

While somewhat annoying, and sometimes a sign you need to take a break from exercising, sore muscles are not always a reason you should skip your workout. In fact, they may be a sign that your workout is progressing and your muscles are being stressed in beneficial, health-boosting ways.

Even Short Bursts of Exercise Can Decrease Disease and Risk of Death

Even Short Bursts of Exercise Can Decrease Disease and Risk of Death

April 6, 2018 | 182,024 Views

Key finding in this late breaking study of 4,840 adults over age 40 will change your view of exercise. The 6-year study shows how to slash your mortality a stunning 50 to 75 percent. It refutes a belief you've been fed for years, if not decades. Makes it more achievable for everyone.

Should You Exercise When Your Knee Hurts?

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April 6, 2018 | 46,395 Views

Knee pain affects nearly 25 percent of men and women, sometimes sidelining activity. However, research finds activity may reduce your pain. I'll give you strategies to determine when you should continue to be active and when rest is in order.

Exercise in Old Age Strengthens Your Immunity and Heart

Exercise in Old Age Strengthens Your Immunity and Heart

March 23, 2018 | 203,405 Views

Most snub this crucial survival practice, but research shows it can help you regain the vibrant immune system of a 20-year-old. It's a key way to spurn infections, tumors and just plain aging. Without it, the deck is stacked against you. You're inviting early death. So, is today your day?

A Polar Plunge Can Provide Lasting Relief From Pain

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March 23, 2018 | 37,038 Views

A former triathlete, desperate to get relief from postoperative nerve pain, took a plunge into cold water and, when he got out, enjoyed immediate and lasting pain relief. The benefits of cold thermogenesis, or cryotherapy, are well-known and pain relief is just one of them.

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