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The Thyroid a Powerful Weight Regulating Gland

The thyroid is a small gland in the neck no bigger than a buckeye butterfly. But this glands hormone also influences other hormone producing glands which have much to do with our weight and other important metabolic interactions and bodily functions. Just because these glands are small, does not mean they are insignificant.

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Consumer Plastics and Child-Adult Health Risk

Living without plastic and rubber polymer products is not likely in developed countries. With that being said, one would be prudent to understand the potential health risks of such convenience products and how to mitigate relative chemical exposure from these products. Consumer prevention in knowing how to reduce this risk is especially important for healthy growth of infants and young children. Continue reading

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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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Resolve to Lose Weight through Simple Changes

You may not know the metabolism can remove excess body weight rather quickly through a few simple lifestyle changes. And unknowingly, have
kept some overweight for years and never knew why. If you’ve failed repeatedly on your last 2 or 3 year weight loss resolutions there are some simple changes that can help you achieve your fitness goal. The answers to your weight loss success lies within some daily habit changes. Also needed by the mind and body to look and feel good. Continue reading

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Relative Fitness Programming Sustains Active Lifestyles

How does one determine and build a relative fitness program? All too often relative fitness programming is disregarded where some jump on others band wagons in hopes of receiving the same results. It is often thought if one follows another’s exercise routine, they’ll receive the same fitness benefits. Sometimes this strategy works, but all too often it fails because it’s relative to another’s unique mind, body and spirit and environment(s) in which they live. For example, when we fail too often to losing weight because of poor fitness planning, the end result is more weight gain and risk to health. 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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Cholesterol Dietary Guidelines

In order to keep our cholesterol count under control, it is necessary to follow some dietary guidelines for lowering blood cholesterol and to manage weight. This does not mean you have to give up foods you enjoy. Just the opposite, once you become more aware and experience healthy foods, you’ll become just as addictive to the natural and organic flavors as you did with the processed baked good blends and fast foods. Continue reading

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Epidemiology Provides Ill-Health Prevention & Centurion Wisdom

This does not mean you need a degree in epidemiology to apply a common sense approach to find resolve to a specific ill-health problem. What it does mean, by understanding how science identifies and treats epidemics in populations; the basic principles of this knowledge can provide the individual a better ill-health troubleshooting skill set that many centurions use to improve upon quality living experiences as they age! Continue reading

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