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Juicing Blunders That You Should Avoid While Following A Fitness Program

Juicing Blunders That You Should Avoid While Following A Fitness Program | Health and Fitness | Scoop.it

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Body-Buildin.com's curator insight, March 11, 2014 5:04 PM

Do you like to juice fruits and vegetables? Then make sure you avoid these 5 common mistakes:

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7 Tips To Bounce Back After Eating A Bit Too Much

7 Tips To Bounce Back After Eating A Bit Too Much | Health and Fitness | Scoop.it

"No matter how healthy we are in our "normal" lives, most of us tend to loosen the reigns a little bit (or a lot) during the holidays. If you have a tendency to get into that all-or-nothing mentality, you might just wake up on January 1st wondering where all your healthy habits went."

 

Personally, I relate to this: I have a super addictive personality, so when I get into something, I have a tendency to go all in. With a little experimentation, though, I've found that it doesn't have to be so extreme. If you put a little intention into your self care, you can continue to show up for life in a vibrant, energetic state—even during the season of endless indulgences!


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Ekaterina's curator insight, December 17, 2013 10:27 PM

The Perfectionist in you is making your life difficult! It is time he has been shown the door.

calliemm.com's curator insight, January 3, 2014 4:55 AM

OK, my hand's up! I am guilty of double dipping dessert on more than one occasion over the last couple of weeks, and I am sure I am not the only one who had a glass or two, or more, of bubbly here and there...so if you found yourself over indulging over the Holiday season too, you may find this scoop insightful. Now all we have to do is bring back a little balance and settle into 2014!

 

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https://www.facebook.com/CalliesQRPractice

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5 Foods You Should Eat For Great Health (And How To Enjoy Them!)

5 Foods You Should Eat For Great Health (And How To Enjoy Them!) | Health and Fitness | Scoop.it

"You've probably read dozens of posts telling you which foods you should be eating, but I'm actually going to tell you some delicious ways you can incorporate them into your cuisine!


Here are five of my favorite healthy foods — AND the ways I like to enjoy them. Read on for great health and great taste: 


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Steve Kingsley's curator insight, September 15, 2013 8:45 PM

They have been proven to help you keep healthy.

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Not Just What You Eat, When You Eat Matters

Not Just What You Eat, When You Eat Matters | Health and Fitness | Scoop.it

"There is reason to think our eating patterns have changed in recent years, as many people have greater access to food and reasons to stay up into the night, even if just to watch TV. And when people are awake, they tend to snack. In a recent study published in the Cell Press journal Cell Metabolism stated that when it comes to weight gain, when you eat might be at least as important as what you eat."

 

“Every organ has a clock,” said lead researcher, Satchidananda Panda of the Salk Institute for Biological Studies. That means there are times when our muscles, livers, intestines, and other organs will work at peak efficiency and other times when they are sleeping (more or less). When mice are restricted to eating for 8 hours,on a high-fat diet per day, they eat just as much as those who can eat in 24 hours, yet they are protected against obesity and other metabolic ills, the new study shows. The research suggests that the health consequences from a poor diet maybe a result from a mismatch between our eating schedules and our body clocks.


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Weronica Neswarbu's comment, December 11, 2013 5:45 AM
In think timely health breakfast after excise will help in making your day more healthier.
Lalita Powar's curator insight, December 17, 2013 12:32 AM

cool infographic for meal timings.

The Planetary Archives / San Francisco, California's curator insight, December 18, 2013 6:40 PM

I sleep much better when I eat earlier in the day.

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Trim Healthy Mama: No More Fads: A Common Sense Guide to Satisfy Your Cravings and Energize Your Life

Trim Healthy Mama: No More Fads: A Common Sense Guide to Satisfy Your Cravings and Energize Your Life | Health and Fitness | Scoop.it
TRIM HEALTHY MAMA is more than a nutrition book, although you’ll be armed with knowledge that will revolutionize your life.
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Eat Better and Stress Less: It’ll Make Your Cells (and Maybe You) Live Longer

Eat Better and Stress Less: It’ll Make Your Cells (and Maybe You) Live Longer | Health and Fitness | Scoop.it
For the first time, researchers show how a plant-based diet, stress management and other lifestyle changes may lead to longevity.

 

It’s not quite the Fountain of Youth, but it may be the river that leads to it. In a paper published in the journal Lancet Oncology, scientists found that a small group of men who made changes in the way they ate and handled their emotional needs showed longer telomeres in their cells.

 


Read more: http://healthland.time.com/2013/09/16/eat-better-and-stress-less-itll-make-your-cells-and-maybe-you-live-longer/#ixzz2f7lYpROG


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Are cramps caused by lack of salt? - No

Are cramps caused by lack of salt? - No | Health and Fitness | Scoop.it
This common affliction has often been ascribed to low salt levels in your diet, but what causes these painful aches is still a mystery.

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