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Diabetes A Serious Disease

Managed treatment of diabetes is to be taken seriously and considered an insidious health condition. If not treated appropriately acute and chronic conditions can occur regardless of what type of diabetes one may have. Learn the initial signs and symptoms of diabetes and see a doctor for immediate advisement if experiencing them. Also learn how to live a healthier lifestyle and avoid chronic disease. Continue reading

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Consumers Bilked by Fitness Pitch Half-Truths

Most of us have been conditioned to believe diet and exercise is the key to great weight loss success. Although these things are true – marketers and yes your favorite celebrities tell half truths through exaggeration and untruthful claims to sell weight loss and other fitness gimmicks that increase health risk and won’t work long term. Learn how to recognize a sales pitch con versus a natural approach to achieve any fitness goals. Forget about the fads and gimmicks, save your money and protect your health. Learn how to apply exercise, nutrition and healthy lifestyle balance truth at MirrorAthlete.
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Walking is a Superior Fat Burning Activity

It’s not well known by those looking to lose weight, high intensity aerobic exercise is not the best way to do it. Instead the metabolism prefers low intensity aerobic exercise like walking, biking or dance to burn more body fat as opposed to stored carbohydrate fuel. If your fitness goal is to lose more weight, feel well, become more mobile and have more energy… give daily walking activity a try and reap the benefits. Continue reading

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City Recreation Reversing Inactivity Pandemic

Now more than ever people are attracted to walkable cities and community recreation facilities to help melt away unforgiving body fat and get fit. Parents also want these fit healthy opportunities and resources for their children as seen in National and city services surveys and studies. Cities understand there is a physical inactivity and obesity pandemic affecting children and must invest more into public use recreation facilities. Otherwise personal health, productivity, livability, economic viability and city services sustainability and affordability is at risk. Continue reading

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Chronic Disease Caused by Consumer Demand

“Nothing has changed much after years of health risk warnings from consumer safety advocates, epidemiologist and independent lab studies, etc. Chemicals used in consumer products are on the rise and so is disease.” So why after years of warning the public our food, home cleaners and hygiene products have disease causing agents in them… Not been banned or replaced by organic ingredients, or labeled with more consumer warning over time? I was convinced it was all about the money eight years ago. I was partly right. I missed a very important economic ingredient, consumer convenience supply and demand. Now years later I’m positive we have no body to blame for increasing disease and health care costs but ourselves. Continue reading

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Challenging Social Disability Expectation

I do understand the feelings associated with loss of finances, immobility, productivity, loneliness, worth and dignity. One does not have to live a 100% disabled and sedentary lifestyle if on 100% disability benefits. Forget about societies perception of your disability. In knowing now how to rid the mind, body and spirit of pain; living a purposeful and enriched life can be experienced. 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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Monitor Fitness and Health Like a Pro

I show you how to use both Blood Pressure and Heart Rate vitals tracking, body weight and Target Heart Rate zone monitoring to determine fitness level and overall health condition for your age. Then how to use these results to achieve your fitness and health goals. Be independent of fitness trainers and consultants while you save money, lose weight naturally and build the body you’ve always wanted. Continue reading

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