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Size Does Matter!

Posted: 06/25/2011

 Ok, we caught your attention, but we're really discussing LDL Cholesterol. You are taking cholesterol lowering medicine to help control your cholesterol which had led to your LDL to be in a good range. So you are in the free and clear for reducing your risk for heart attack or stroke, right? Well, not necessarily.Research is pointing towards another risk factor that has...

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Eat 14 Percent Less with This Diet Secret

Posted: 06/18/2011

Do you go back for seconds, or do you take all the food you plan to eat on the first trip? Your preference matters to your weight.According to Brian Wansink, author of Mindless Eating, you'll consume about 14 percent fewer calories if you take everything you're going to eat on the first pass instead of taking less and going back for seconds.Be MindfulYep, your plate -- something...

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Top 8 Snacks for Blood Sugar Control

Posted: 06/11/2011

WalnutsNuts are high in protein, fiber, and unsaturated fat, which means they're not only nutritious but slowly digested, too. And research suggests that nuts also may boost insulin sensitivity -- a nice bonus. Even better, though? A new study shows that walnuts may be particularly useful for people with diabetes. In the study, regular consumption of walnuts seemed to improve...

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Training For Warriors?

Posted: 06/04/2011

I recently attended a webinar titled “Training for Warriors” by Martin Rooney, MS, CSCS.  The following information should prove to be helpful and interesting.  Martin trains mixed martial arts fighters on a regular basis.  When Martin takes on a fighter to train, the fighter inevitably says that they only want to train just enough to be able to fight....

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