IT'S ALL ABOUT HEALTH AND FITNESS LIFESTYLE

  • What's Good For the Brain

    What's Good For the Brain January 2009 - Remember that consistent aerobic and strength training exercises are not only good for weight loss and disease prevention, but also for your mental well-being!

  • Tips to Prevent a Winter of Discontent

    Tips to Prevent a Winter of Discontent November 2008 - Whether it’s the cold, flu, cough or sore throat, there are ways to prevent sickness and strengthen your immunity during the winter. Here are some suggestions to stay healthy this winter.

  • Please (Don't) Pass the Salt!

    Please (Don't) Pass the Salt! September 2008 - Recently, I met a good friend who actually took a trip around the world, all on Business Class, from the points he had accumulated thru his frequent flyer miles. It sounds great, doesn’t it?! So how do they do this?

  • Modern Fitness Mantra: More Muscle, Less Fat!

    Modern Fitness Mantra: More Muscle, Less Fat! August 2008 - Are you one of those people who think that if you lead a sedentary lifestyle, your muscle will eventually turn into fat? If so, read on.

  • Some Hot Tips for Summer Days

    Some Hot Tips for Summer Days June 2008 - As summer approaches with soaring temperatures, there is not only ample opportunity to be outdoors but also an increased risk of acquiring heat related illness.

  • Sleepless in America

    Sleepless in America May 2008 - Sleep apnea is a common and underrecognized health risk

  • Live Long, Live Strong

    Live Long, Live Strong April 2008 - Small changes and the choices we make can go a long way. It can ultimately be the difference between life and death!

  • Asthma Needn't Restrict Quality of Life

    Asthma Needn't Restrict Quality of Life March 2008 - Even though almost 80 percent of asthmatics experience asthma attacks during exercise, studies show that regular exercise can reduce the number and severity of exercise induced asthma attacks.

  • Dealing With Metabolic Syndrome

    Dealing With Metabolic Syndrome February 2008 - Insulin resistance and a sedentary lifestyle (which leads to abdominal obesity) seem to be the underlying cause of this syndrome.

  • Strength Training for Senior Citizens

    Strength Training for Senior Citizens January 2008 - By age of 65 if you haven’t exercised regularly, you can lose up to 80 percent of your muscle mass, according to a recent statistic.

 

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