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L-Tryptophan the Obesity, Depression & ADD Silver Bullet Solution?

Is it possible the essential amino acid “L-Tryptophan” could replace ADD (Attention Deficit Disorder), weight loss, anti-depression, anxiety, and insomnia and obesity prescriptions? The answer will surprise, anger and shock many of you. Learn why the pharmaceutical and diet industries don’t want you to know about this natural cure and how you can achieve the fit healthy and well-being goals you need and want now – without increasing health risk. Continue reading

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Toxic Versus Healthy Cookware Knowledge

All cookware has the potential to be hazardous to your health. Risks increase as toxic metals and sealants are absorbed into foods through compromised cooking vessels. Low quality cookware is often manufactured with inexpensive and unhealthy toxic chemical sealants and metals that leach into foods. Learn to identify poor quality and hazardous cookware. Then select a best replacement and cookware use strategy to ensure you’ve done everything possible to prevent contamination of foods and risk to health. Continue reading

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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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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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Foods That Reduce Stubborn Body Fat

Many believe the only way to remove stubborn belly fat is through intense daily exercise.  Although exercise can help with weight loss, it can also cause weight gain through increased appetite.  By knowing which foods increase the fat burning metabolism you can lose significant weight without exercise.  Enjoy trying this tasty ~20 food substitute listing and in 30 days lose significant weight without feeling calorie restricted or physically spent! Continue reading

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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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Cramp Facilitation, The Same as Restless Leg Syndrome?

Now let’s take a look at RLS (Restless Leg Syndrome) a close cousin to [Cramp Facilitation Syndrome]. Why do I say cousin? Because there are many close symptomatic similarities that could confuse the necessity to look further into your condition and unknowingly push off identification and treatment of a more severe and insidious disease. Continue reading

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Ill-Health Prevention Starts with Healthy Feet

When I went into the military; during my physical examination the examining physician said, “You have another 5miles left on those feet,” he laughed a little with me [I had no idea what he meant-only to be enlightened 30 years later by a number of orthopedic surgeons] and sent me on my way to the next exam station. There should be greater importance impressed upon postural alignment and pain prevention programs in all educational institutions… Continue reading

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