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Diet soda is a demon sent to destroy us, study more or less says

Diet soda is a demon sent to destroy us, study more or less says | HeLth and fitness | Scoop.it
“ Diet soda risks include obesity, diabetes and heart disease and have researchers questioning if they offer any health benefits, if any, over regular sodas.”
Via Amy Melendez, AlGonzalezinfo
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Paleo Lemon Bread - No Grains, Paleo, Gluten Free

Paleo Lemon Bread - No Grains, Paleo, Gluten Free | HeLth and fitness | Scoop.it
“ This paleo lemon bread tastes like the expensive coffee shop lemon loaf, but this is full of real, wholesome & healthy ingredients!”
Via Cheryl Cope
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5 Myths and Facts About Holiday Weight Gain

5 Myths and Facts About Holiday Weight Gain | HeLth and fitness | Scoop.it
With a few weeks until New Year’s Day, it’s still prime indulging season, the time of year when you may feel tempted to give into lots of treats, and worry about the consequences in January. But ar...
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The 20 Minute Morning Routine Guaranteed to Make Your Day Better

The 20 Minute Morning Routine Guaranteed to Make Your Day Better | HeLth and fitness | Scoop.it
."Today sucked. You felt tense, stressed, and sulky." Want tomorrow to be different? Want to be in a better mood the whole day? It's easy: Work out early, for about 20 minutes, before you start your day. You probably already know that exercise is energizing. Researchers at the University of Georgia found that previously sedentary adults who started doing 20 minutes of low- to moderate intensity aerobic exercise three times a week for six weeks reported feeling less fatigued and more energized. The time of day doesn't matter; work out a little, feel a little better. Even five minutes of moderate exercise can create a mood-enhancement effect. But one study took a different approach, focusing on the longer-term impact of exercise on mood....
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