Burn Fat for Fuel

Burn Fat for Fuel

January 19, 2018 | 138,416 Views

Not only does it do the opposite of what is promised, decreasing your energy reserves, you also become vulnerable to tumors, heart disease, diabetes and neurodegenerative decay. Millions may have been hoodwinked, but you don't have to be a victim.

Nonsurgical Relief for Bunions

Nonsurgical Relief for Bunions

January 19, 2018 | 31,771 Views

Healthy feet provide stability to your entire body, but if you suffer from bunions, you may suffer from the inflammation and pain commonly associated with that condition. Before you have surgery, you may want to consider natural alternatives such as curcumin and foot exercises.

Incorporate the Nitric Oxide Dump

Incorporate the Nitric Oxide Dump

January 5, 2018 | 258,865 Views

Less is more when you know how to harness this power. Great for counteracting long periods of sitting, by working this into your day, you'll effectively improve your heart and mitochondrial health, slow down age-related muscle decline, and decrease dangerous visceral and abdominal flab.

Strength-Building Exercises Decrease Risk for All Causes of Disease

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January 5, 2018 | 42,875 Views

Strength-based exercises are not just for bodybuilders. Research now shows those who engage in simple bodyweight exercises that can be done at home enjoy a reduced risk from all-cause mortality. I'll share strategies to incorporate these exercises into your routine and several types to keep you motivated.

Training Your Mind as Well as Your Body

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December 29, 2017 | 38,747 Views

Physical exercise is taxing on your body and mind, but taking time to train your mind - even via just 12 minutes of mindfulness training - can help you to reach higher levels of fitness. It's becoming clear that in order to have a strong body, an even stronger mind is required.

Intense Workouts Preserve Your Memory Function

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December 15, 2017 | 130,615 Views

Do you give your brain this mind-enhancing workout? If you want to grow new neurons, improve your IQ and prevent age-related brain deterioration, do this. In one recent study, a significant memory boost was gained in just six weeks.

Resistance Training Boosts Well-Being in Your Later Years

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December 15, 2017 | 37,640 Views

Less than 25 percent of Americans over 45 do this, but it improves your mental outlook, satisfaction with life and reduces your risk of injury and falls. I'll share strategies you can use at home that help you enjoy these benefits.

Exercise Lowers Odds of Back Pain by One-Third

Exercise Lowers Odds of Back Pain by One-Third

December 1, 2017 | 82,842 Views

It's one of the primary reasons behind the opioid epidemic. And yet, it doesn't have to happen - here's how I made it vanish, and what I do every day to make sure it never comes back.

How High Intensity Exercise Can Significantly Decrease Your Risk for Blindness

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December 1, 2017 | 35,445 Views

Nearly half of Americans dread this condition, but most adult cases are preventable. Research finds this one simple change a day could reduce your risk by 73 percent. I'll share how this strategy has additional benefits and more strategies to protect your health from this disease.

The Many Health Benefits of Cryotherapy

The Many Health Benefits of Cryotherapy

November 17, 2017 | 164,899 Views

Few people know about this simple, effortless way to support your flab-reducing efforts and rev up your metabolism. It's also a great way to reduce inflammation, boost mental focus and even slash your risk of developing cognitive decline. It forces your mitochondria to multiply like crazy.

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