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Doomed to Get Cancer

It is a fact that cancerous agents initiates cell mutation, and/or cell death. Cancerous tumors develop by growth and division (metastasis) of healthy cells. Are we all doomed to get cancer? If modernized lifestyles focus is on what we want as opposed to what we need and as long as consumer safety, healthy lifestyle, bad habits and behavior information and education is ignored, cancer mortality rates will continue to rise. Continue reading

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Aspartame the Silent Killer

“Aspartame a substitute sweetener is alive and well and its addictive qualities are now hidden within approximately another thousand food products then when I first posted this information in 2008. ‘The insanity of it all, aspartame was once undeniably opposed by the FDA for approval to marketplace. And where its chemical composition has not changed since the 80’s and continues to be claimed a safe food additive and recommended by many doctors as a safe sweetener substitute.” Continue reading

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How to Exercise Safely and Increase Fitness Levels

There are so many exercise programs one could engage in to increase fitness levels. How does one know which is right for them? You must develp a plan that lists your daily fitness objectives to meet your fitness goal. Is your goal to lose weight, build muscle, increase body tone, increase energy levels, increase muscular endurance, achieve higher levels of competitive sport or improve task specific activity (ski, golf, walk, biking, running, etc.)? Now you know before you spend money on an exclusive fitness membership it may well be worth first securing the services of a professional fitness trainer to help develop a customized fitness plan relative to your fitness needs if you hope to sustain a regular exercise program to optimize your results. It may not be necessary, or be a good fit to exercise within a fitness center environment to achieve the desired fitness results. Continue reading

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Incompatible Food and Drug Mixes

Many don’t realize foods can interact badly with prescription drugs when consumed together. Those that fail to read dietary instructions on prescription use or follow doctor guidelines may cause a health risk to the body. Listed are several popular medications prescribed for the treatment of medical disorders, illness and disease. To include incompatible foods that should not be consumed relative to these pharmaceutical drugs. As always consult with your physician to determine if these guidelines are relative to your medical profile and dietary needs. Continue reading

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Learn to Embrace the Pain, Exercise and Get Fit

The mindset change required to work around your pain is most important in order to meet your fitness goals; especially if your challenge is to manage acute and chronic pain. The mind must learn to embrace and adapt to a specific ill-health pain condition(s) and/or physical-mental limitations in order to increase fitness levels. And it is important to understand your medical condition and limitations before applying exercise. Without this knowledge you may further injure yourself during activity. Continue reading

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Just Admit It, You’re Fat

Inherently you know your appetite always seems voracious and the extra calories are going somewhere. You now consider you’ve been receiving mixed messages and begin to question whether or not you’re fat. You begin a process of discovery to find the truth ever so carefully; because you fear it and know you’ll have to make drastic changes with your addictive food choice habits. Once again you look at yourself in the mirror and begin to wonder if you’d be considered fat by some standard outside of your subjective thought process. You bite, and in comparison to larger people in your area and most noticeably on many TV reality shows you are satisfied your body weight is average for your age. So you continue on with the daily habits and behaviors for some undefined time while you ponder upon this new discovery…
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Oxygen Uptake Breathing for Ill-Health Prevention

If you understand what shallow breathing is than you can understand that half of your lung capacity is not being exercised, nor is your cardiopulmonary system. What does this mean? It means that that portion of your lung is constantly living in a carbon dioxide environment, partially void of oxygen. And why is this bad for prolonged periods of time? Because your good health is dependent upon it. Continue reading

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Defeat Anxiety and Panic Attacks

It appears in many cases, individuals can learn to change habits and behaviors through a natural process of removing an identified anxiety stress stimulus. Once the anxiety trigger mechanism has been identified and removed; anxiety symptoms are alleviated and for many go away completely never to return. Continue reading

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