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Energy Drinks, Health Risk and Death Connection

Updated: 14 May 2020, by Marc Woodard So what energy, soda or caffeinated drink and in what volume is considered safe? The following recommendations for caffeine ingestion vary, but a good average across the board looks to be: adults can consume around 400mg/day of caffeine, pregnant women should stay below 300mg/day. A five-year old child should consume no more than 1 soda/day at 45mg caffeine [at the most]. And if you include a caffeinated soda (more…)

Weight Loss through Body Chemical Activation

Updated 15 November 2018, Marc Woodard Any type of physical activity will stimulate the body’s natural release of feel good chemicals to help you lose weight and experience daily well-being. It is the activation of muscle metabolism during low impact aerobics exercise that will activate these feel good chemicals – while simultaneously melting away body fat. Any aerobic activity will release addictive body chemicals to burn more body fat, benefit health and fitness levels. Once you relate and apply the information that follows – it (more…)

Aspartame the Silent Killer

Last Updated: 26 May 2020, by Marc Woodard Many years back, I posted Dr. H. J. Roberts, Aspartame and Shocking Health Risks, featured in MirrorAthlete’s March 08 newsletter. I’ve now updated this important topic to a group of new subscribers and consumers. Which include Victoria Inness-Brown’s famous experiment that exposed the truth about Monsanto the manufacture of Aspartame and its harmful effects on human health. Aspartame a substitute sweetener is alive and well and its addictive qualities are now hidden (more…)