Exercise and Type 2 Diabetes

Exercise and Type 2 Diabetes The incidence of type 2 diabetes is on the rise, which experts largely attribute to the rise in obesity. Type 2 diabetes, which is responsible for 90 to 95% of all diabetes cases, is more common in adults, but as rates of childhood obesity increase,…

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It’s Time to Live

“It turns out that 70% of American aging is not real aging.  It’s just decay.  It’s rot from the stuff that we do.  All the lifestyle diseases … the diabetes, the obesity, the heart disease, much of the Alzheimer’s, lots of the cancers, and almost all of the osteoporosis, those…

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The Obesity Epidemic at Large

The epidemic of obesity George A Bray1 and Jennie Macdiarmid2 Author information ► Copyright and License information ► This article has been cited by other articles in PMC. A chronic disease that governments worldwide must take seriously. The worldwide epidemic of obesity is reaching critical proportions.1,2,3 An estimated 250 million people in the world are obese, and this…

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Crisis in America

Obesity isn’t a numbers game; it’s a crisis By The Associated Press Scripps Howard News Service Thu, 09/20/2012 – 4:56pm First lady Michelle Obama has gotten little appreciation for her campaign to get children to eat more fresh fruits and vegetables. She has publicized the effort with a White House garden,…

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10 Foods that Affect Thyroid Health for Better of For Worse

10 Foods that Affect Thyroid Health For Better or For Worse Food heals. And when it comes to thyroid health, it’s all the more true. Diet often plays a key role in whether your thyroid is functioning properly, so it makes sense to start there when you’re aiming to restore…

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6 Vegetables That Lower High Blood Pressure

6 Vegetables that Lower High Blood Pressure Share digg User Rating: / 0PoorBest  High Blood Pressure – High Blood Pressure 2012 Written by Frank Mangano    Sunday, 19 August 2012 19:36 High blood pressure, or hypertension as it is known in the medical world, is one of the major risk factors for a…

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Hydrating: An Important Part of Training

5 Foods to Eat to Prevent Dehydration Share digg User Rating: / 0PoorBest  Dehydration – Dehydration 2012 Written by Frank Mangano    Wednesday, 30 May 2012 03:01 Master Fitness 21 GX-21 Group Fitness Two-thirds of the earth is covered with water. Almost 75% percent of the human body is composed with the same…

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Five Steps To a Younger You!!!

5 Steps To Looking 10 Years Younger By Steve & Becky Holman Did you know that once you hit 40 years of age, whether you’re a man or a women, your body starts aging FASTER than normal? Studies have shown that without the proper nutrients and exercise, your body will…

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The Indispensable Role of Mind Training in a Weight Loss Effort

By Sherali S. Bharwani You have always been told that it’s your mind that is primarily responsible for all the successes that come about in your life. Even in the those fields and situations, where it might seem that the mind has a secondary role to play, it’s still the…

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Why Most People Fail At Losing Weight

Why do so many people fail at losing weight? Is it because they are lazy? No. Is it because they are addicted to food? No. Is it because they aren’t good at exercising? No. Failure at weight loss stems from a few main factors: People don’t truly understand the risks…

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