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41. Making Changes that Will Stick by Cade Lennox
There are a lot of people that have a hard time getting into healthier habits. When you want to be healthier, you should make sure that you make a reachable plan for yourself.  see full article

42. Isolation Is not going to Help You Lose Weight by Scottie Ngan
So most people who would like to lose weight are embarrassed about the numbers they see on the scale. They don't want other folks to learn just what they weigh. Most of these same people are convinced shedding pounds needs to be done alone.  see full article

43. Enhance Your Workouts With Plyometrics by Antone Taylor
Plyometric training is used to increase the explosive power of muscles groups to improve athletic performance. Athletes often use this type of training to increase the explosiveness of their movements, such as jumping required in basketball.  see full article

44. Nutritional Benefits Of Spirulina & Chlorella by Pete Morgan
Information about nutrition is becoming an important part of the information we take in each day. Many of the groceries that we purchase come with nutrition labels that show us the percentages of protein, fiber, fat, and carbohydrates as well as the amount of vitamins and minerals they contain.  see full article

45. Nutrition for the Brain by Abdullah Salim
An individual's eating pattern and food intake affects his behavior, mood and brain function. A person who is starving may feel annoyed and impatient, where as a person who has just had food may feel satisfied and calm. Usually when people wake up the first thing they want is coffee and maybe a light snack with it. The reason is it makes them feel more productive and creative. Some people around us are generally lethargic and temperamental; this may be because they don't consume enough food and therefore lack in energy. If this diet is deficient over a longer period of time, the person becomes generally sluggish.  see full article

46. Should I Eat Before Morning Workouts? by Neal Spruce
You've heard it before: "Eat your breakfast." Should you eat in the morning? And what if your goal is weight loss? How does breakfast affect your ability to burn fat at the gym?  see full article

47. Pumping Iron – Not Just for Bodybuilders by Joe Kozma
Most women desire to have a higher metabolism is order to further their weight control efforts. Strength training increases muscle mass and increasing muscle mass most definitely will increase an individual's basal metabolic rate. What this means for females is that they will have a harder time gaining fat as the percentage of lean muscle tissue in their body increases.  see full article

48. The Use of Supplements for Fat loss by Neal Spruce
The goal of incorporating a supplement or drug into a weight loss program is to assist the participant in complying with the necessary eating and moving guidelines that lead to weight reduction. They should never be viewed as the answer but as a viable part of the overall solution. Long term success will always be determined by lifestyle.  see full article

49. The Causes of Free Radical Stress by Alex S Howard
Free radicals are atoms or molecules with an unpaired electron. They are very unstable, highly reactive particles, which collide with other molecules in the body, causing them to change structure. These molecules then become free radicals creating a domino–effect or chain reaction with millions of molecules being affected in a matter of nanoseconds. These toxins are also known as Reactive Oxygen Species (ROS) so free radical stress is also known as oxidative stress. There are many causes of free rad stress, which is now seen as a major mechanism in chronic diseases as well as aging.  see full article

50. Protect Yourself Against Heavy Metals by Alex S Howard
Heavy metals are chemical elements with a specific gravity that is at least 5 times the specific gravity of water. Specific gravity is a measure of density of a given amount of a solid substance when it is compared to an equal amount of water. There are 23 "heavy metals" that can be toxic to humans: antimony, arsenic, bismuth, cadmium, cerium, chromium, cobalt, copper, gallium, gold, iron, lead, manganese, mercury, nickel, platinum, silver, tellurium, thallium, tin, uranium, vanadium and zinc. Small amounts of these elements are common in our environment and diet and are actually necessary for good health, but large amounts of any of them may cause acute or chronic toxicity (poisoning) and serious illness.  see full article

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