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Diet and exercise tips to keep you healthy and feeling good.
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Healthy Whole Foods | Why You Should Eliminate Processed Foods From Your Diet - Lifespan Fitness Blog

Healthy Whole Foods | Why You Should Eliminate Processed Foods From Your Diet - Lifespan Fitness Blog | Nutrition Tips | Scoop.it
Whilst we’ve grown up in a society that has progressively been exposed to and eaten more processed foods, we’ve fallen out of touch with the true understanding of what a ‘whole’ food is as opposed to a ‘processed’ or ‘refined’ food.

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Exercise shields children from stress, research indicates

Exercise shields children from stress, research indicates | Nutrition Tips | Scoop.it
Exercise may play a key role in helping children cope with stressful situations, according to a recent study.
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The Hidden Fat Content in Your Diet - Diet and Nutrition Center - EverydayHealth.com

The Hidden Fat Content in Your Diet - Diet and Nutrition Center - EverydayHealth.com | Nutrition Tips | Scoop.it
The human body needs fat to function, but too much fat leads to health problems. Find out how much fat is healthy, and which foods have a too-high fat content.
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Benefits of Green Tea

Benefits of Green Tea | Nutrition Tips | Scoop.it
Improve your health, lifestyle, diet nutrition with Benefits of Green Tea news, facts, tips, other information. Educate yourself about Benefits of Green Tea help yourself and...
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Surprisingly Beneficial Post-Workout Junk Foods

Surprisingly Beneficial Post-Workout Junk Foods | Nutrition Tips | Scoop.it
Go ahead and splurge after a workout. These "junk" foods aid muscle growth and recovery.
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The 10 symptoms of vitamin D deficiency you need to recognize

The 10 symptoms of vitamin D deficiency you need to recognize | Nutrition Tips | Scoop.it
The 10 symptoms of vitamin D deficiency you need to recognize...
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Weekly challenge: think orange and red vegetables to reduce breast cancer risk

Weekly challenge: think orange and red vegetables to reduce breast cancer risk | Nutrition Tips | Scoop.it
While pink is usually the color most associated with breast cancer advocacy, women may want to think red and orange if they’re looking to lower their own breast cancer risk.
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What’s so Good About Fish Oil?

What’s so Good About Fish Oil? | Nutrition Tips | Scoop.it
Omega-3 fatty acids found in fish oil are known as "good fats." They are vital for human health and well being, but the body can’t make them; you have to get them through diet or through supplementation.
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3 Ways Sweat Makes You Smarter

3 Ways Sweat Makes You Smarter | Nutrition Tips | Scoop.it
Sure, you might stink—but it's a worthy trade-off (“@lumosity: Sweat yourself #smarter: http://t.co/MlerDS8QWz”#pechat#pegeeks)...
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Is Junk Food Causing Childhood Asthma? - Care2.com (blog)

Is Junk Food Causing Childhood Asthma? - Care2.com (blog) | Nutrition Tips | Scoop.it
Is Junk Food Causing Childhood Asthma? Care2.com (blog) A new study has found a possible link between moderate to high junk food consumption and an increased risk among children of developing asthma, eczema and certain childhood allergies.
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The Truth About Soy - Diet and Nutrition Center - Everyday Health

The Truth About Soy - Diet and Nutrition Center - Everyday Health | Nutrition Tips | Scoop.it
Is soy a disease-preventing miracle food or a dangerous health threat disguised as diet-friendly protein? Heres the bottom line. (RT @weightloss: Is soy good or bad for you?

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The Life Extension Blog: Fighting Allergies the Natural Way

The Life Extension Blog: Fighting Allergies the Natural Way | Nutrition Tips | Scoop.it
Avoid taking prescription drugs, and try fighting allergies the natural way.
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Secrets to Watching TV and Exercising

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The television has become an integral part of the modern home. We all have our favorite shows that we cannot live without, but sometimes that gets in the way of our weight loss goals.


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Apple Cider Vinegar Uses, Benefits, Claims

Apple Cider Vinegar Uses, Benefits, Claims | Nutrition Tips | Scoop.it
Does taking apple cider vinegar make sense for your health? Here's a rundown of the research.
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Toe-Running and Sore Calves

Toe-Running and Sore Calves | Nutrition Tips | Scoop.it
Toe-running And Sore Calves. Barefoot running and other minimalist movements emphasize a change in form that reduces heel strikes and increases forefoot impacts during the stride.
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The Most Common Exercise Mistakes

The Most Common Exercise Mistakes | Nutrition Tips | Scoop.it
Are you making any of these common mistakes? If so, you can modify your routine and finally start getting some real fitness results.
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Eating Fewer, Larger Meals May Prove Healthier For Obese Women, MU Research Suggests

Eating Fewer, Larger Meals May Prove Healthier For Obese Women, MU Research Suggests | Nutrition Tips | Scoop.it
Media articles and nutritionists alike have perpetuated the idea that for healthy metabolisms individuals should consume small meals multiple times a day.
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