Tuesday, December 6, 2016

Fitness & Exercise

Training the Zone Training the Zone

Training the Zone: Part 1 By Justin Melanson Let me start off by clearing my throat.... 


One Two Step One Two Step

How many countless time have you put off something as easy and fun as a brisk walk.... 


5 Tips for a Great Workout 5 Tips for a Great Workout

Intro:  Are you working hard in the gym and just don’t see the changes you want? ... 


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Health News

6 Natural Cures for Cancer 6 Natural Cures for Cancer

This video has some infomation that you may find useful. Remember 70 – 80%... 


20 Things you Didn’t Know About… Hygiene 20 Things you Didn’t Know About… Hygiene

20 Things you Didn’t Know About… Hygiene Cleanliness is serious business;... 


10 Tips to Fight Childhood Obesity 10 Tips to Fight Childhood Obesity

The busy school year brings habits that encourage kids to become overweight or obese.... 


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General Infomation

Drawing Heaven Drawing Heaven

The Day of the LORD Joel 2:28-30 28 “And afterward, I will pour out my Spirit on all people. Your sons and daughters will prophesy, your old men will dream dreams, your young men will see visions. 29 Even on my servants, both men and women, I will pour out my Spirit in those days. 30 I will show wonders in the heavens and on the earth, blood... [Read more of this review]


Tap Water Dangers Tap Water Dangers

Health Alert – Tap Water Dangers – courtesy of Livingfuel The Environmental Working Group (EWG) has just released a drinking water research and searchable guide that includes a nationwide database of drinking water test results. We invite you to visit the EWG online guide to find out what’s in your drinking water. You’ll also... [Read more of this review]


More Vegetables, More Colors More Vegetables, More Colors

More Vegetables, More Colors A healthy focus: Increasing dark green and orange on your plate. By Karen Collins, M.S., R.D., C.D.N., American Institute for Cancer Research Only about one-fourth of adults in the U.S. eat three or more servings of vegetables a day, according to a recent Centers for Disease Control (CDC) report. This falls far... [Read more of this review]


Transfer Factor – Reprogram Your Immune System Transfer Factor – Reprogram Your Immune System

Transfer Factor from 4LIFE Research Once and a while a product or service comes along that revolutionizes mankind. I believe that has happen with Transfer Factor from a company called 4LIFE Research. 4Life Research has revolutionized the way we look at our health. Instead of focusing on curing sickness and diseases, 4Life has taken a paradigm shift... [Read more of this review]


The Sweetness of Stevia The Sweetness of Stevia

The Sweetness of Stevia by Sabrina Marie Who doesn’t have a sweet tooth? Most of us are aware that refined white sugar can take a toll on our body, but a tempting fudge brownie can easily wipe thoughts of minerals and immune systems out of our mind. Refined white sugar makes it more difficult for our bodies to absorb the minerals and vitamins it needs.... [Read more of this review]


10 Ideas For Holiday Romance 10 Ideas For Holiday Romance

10 Ideas for Holiday Romance Sabrina Beasley My husband, David, recently had to travel out of town for several days. The first night he was gone, I was sad as I drove home from work thinking about shopping and putting up Christmas decorations by myself. As I walked toward the house from the garage, I noticed a sticky note on the door. “Goodbye,... [Read more of this review]


Vegan NFL player opens new restaurant Vegan NFL player opens new restaurant

BARRY JACKSON | 11/24/09 He’s a Heisman Trophy winner, a former NFL rushing champion, a world-traveler, part-time college student and occasional massage therapist . And now you can add “restaurant owner” to Ricky Williams’ résumé. The Dolphins running back is among the owners of PROOF, which opens Tuesday in the Z Ocean Hotel... [Read more of this review]


Shake the Salt Habit Shake the Salt Habit

Shake Your Salt Habit Salt Friend or Foe The average American consumes about 6 to 18 grams of salt daily. That’s roughly one to three teaspoonfuls. Your body actually needs only about 200 mg of sodium each day. Reducing the amount of sodium you consume may help you reduce or avoid high blood pressure. That’s important because... [Read more of this review]


Sports Drink -To drink or not to drink? Sports Drink -To drink or not to drink?

Ok, here’s my take on Sports drinks.. Most sport drinks including Gatorade has sugar and a lot of it.. Check your Carbohydrates amount compare to your sugar amount on the food label. You will see all the carbohydrates are coming from sugar. During most exercise bouts your body only needs water before, during and after your exercise bout (run,... [Read more of this review]


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