March, 2015

Upper and Lower Thigh Exercises for Lean Legs

Upper and Lower Thigh Exercises for Lean Legs

When it comes to having beautiful legs, it is important to shape, tone, and work the entire leg; this means the top and the bottom portions.  Many understand that a leg extension machine will work the tops of the thighs, but many may not know that it works mostly in one area of the leg.  […]

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The Handful Diet: Using your Hand to Control Portion Sizes

The Handful Diet: Using your Hand to Control Portion Sizes

Weight loss is a difficult task for many individuals, owing to sizable costs, time, and effort to reduce body weight to a particular healthy range.  For some, weight loss means being more active and simply watching what they eat, whereas some prefer portion controlled foods.  If you are someone who struggles to maintain your body […]

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Tips for Eating Healthy at Restaurants

Tips for Eating Healthy at Restaurants

Now that the weather is beautiful out and summer nears, many individuals flock to restaurants and cafes for a social experience.  But when you are on a diet, what do you do?  Do you avoid going out altogether?  Do you just engorge yourself and eat whatever because you are eating out?  Listed in this article […]

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The Best Fitness Gadgets to Maintain your 2015 Workout Goals

The Best Fitness Gadgets to Maintain your 2015 Workout Goals

You have been pretty consistent with your workouts over the past few months and you are now looking to reward yourself with something fun and helpful at the same time.  Should you purchase a Fitbit?  Should you purchase an Apple smartwatch?  This depends on what you are looking to buy as your reward, but it […]

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Probiotics: A Healthy Digestive System Equals a Healthy Immune System

Probiotics: A Healthy Digestive System Equals a Healthy Immune System

You may have heard about probiotic products in recent years.  They have been popping up on shelves in health food stores, supplement stores, and in general grocers, but what are probiotics?  Should I be taking probiotics and are they safe for everyone to take?  These questions and then some will be addressed in the following […]

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Best Exercises for Obliques

Best Exercises for Obliques

The warm months are upon us and this means it is about time to expose the abdominal section of your body in a bathing suit.  In order to have a high level of comfort when exposing your hard work, you need to make sure your hard work got you to your goals.  Before jumping in […]

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Exercises to Improve Your Golf Game

Exercises to Improve Your Golf Game

Golf season is in full swing and with the summer months ahead, that means the price of a round of golf is about to drop to affordable prices.  There are plentiful courses around the valley and this time of the year is ideal for getting outdoors and setting a tee time.  Before you venture out […]

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Arm Exercises for Building Mass

Arm Exercises for Building Mass

When you have been working out regularly for a good amount of time, there is expected to be some results to where you get compliments and kudos.  If you have not been getting the kudos you expect, you ought to consider changing your workout up to some degree.  After all, one aspect of getting bigger […]

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Best Healthy Foods at Costco

Best Healthy Foods at Costco

Healthy eating is a lifelong endeavor which can be costly at times, depending on how healthy you are eating.  Healthy food could entail certified organic produce, lean cuts of meat, and low calorie options.  Depending on your lifestyle, this adds up when you shop at the local grocer.  In an attempt to lower costs of […]

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Rapid Weight Loss vs. Moderate Weight Loss

Rapid Weight Loss vs. Moderate Weight Loss

In recent years, the American Medical Association adopted a new policy stating that obesity is a medical disease which requires medical attention [1].  Recent estimates on obesity suggest that approximately 78.6 million Americans are obese, costing the United States $147 billion in 2008 alone [2].  This burden on the healthcare system and on many individuals’ […]

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