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Work out before eating breakfast to burn 20 per cent more fat, new study claims

Work out before eating breakfast to burn 20 per cent more fat, new study claims | Healthy-Living | Scoop.it
Does it matter when you exercise? A new study suggests that people who work out on an empty stomach can burn up to 20 per cent more fat than those who work out after eating breakfast.
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Is Gluten-free a Healthier Way to Eat? - A Woman's Health - Women Magazine

Is Gluten-free a Healthier Way to Eat? - A Woman's Health - Women Magazine | Healthy-Living | Scoop.it
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26 Shocking Reasons to Give Up Soda for Your Health

26 Shocking Reasons to Give Up Soda for Your Health | Healthy-Living | Scoop.it
Are you addicted to soda, diet soda, fruit, energy or sports drinks? Do you have at least one per day, or can't get through a grocery or convenience store without picking one up?

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AmazingPeople's curator insight, February 11, 2013 5:25 PM

The reasons why you shouldnt drink these types of drink ...

SPLHS's curator insight, February 20, 2013 9:16 AM

The occasional diet or sugar-sweetened beverage probably isn’t going to hurt you, but like many processed foods these beverages can be addicting, leaving us wanting more and more every day. If you’re a regular soda dinker, maybe you should consider cutting back for the sake of your health. As I found myself after  it’s never too late.


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Alex Warner's curator insight, April 10, 2013 11:58 AM

Determined athletes and people doing physical training don't or should drink these sodas. They are proven to be bad in many different ways when trying to stay healthy. First, these sodas effect your performance physically. Soda dehydrates you and can cause some extreme cramping and will significantly reduce maximum performance. With sodas many bad results and hardly any beneifial value to your body, a serious reconsideration of drink these sodas may be needed to reach your top performance.

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Vitamin D: 3 Things You Probably Know, 3 Things You Probably Didn’t

Vitamin D: 3 Things You Probably Know, 3 Things You Probably Didn’t | Healthy-Living | Scoop.it
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Jogging in forest twice as good as trip to gym for mental health - Telegraph

Jogging in forest twice as good as trip to gym for mental health  - Telegraph | Healthy-Living | Scoop.it
A jog through a forest can cut the risk of suffering from mental health problems and is twice as good for you as working out in the gym, according to a survey.
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Why Drink More Water? See 6 Health Benefits of Water

Why Drink More Water? See 6 Health Benefits of Water | Healthy-Living | Scoop.it
While we may not need eight glasses a day, there are plenty of reasons to drink water.
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Oil Pulling, Wonderful Therapy - Home

Oil Pulling, Wonderful Therapy - Home | Healthy-Living | Scoop.it
Oil Pulling is a safe, simple, cheap and gentle ‘do it yourself home remedy’ that cures and prevents diseases and extends your healthy life. Discover how you can use this simple therapy to improve your health.
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Do Weight Training If Your Goal is To Lose Fat and Keep it Off | Poliquin Lifestyle

Do Weight Training If Your Goal is To Lose Fat and Keep it Off | Poliquin Lifestyle | Healthy-Living | Scoop.it
Strength training and wellness information geared towards women.

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AmazingPeople's curator insight, March 17, 2013 7:04 AM

A very good article, I particularly like the way it includes the importance of weight training not aerobic activity for weight loss. It also says to pick up big weights just 8 times rather than e.g. 15 reps of a lower weight.

gloria ku's curator insight, April 9, 2013 1:21 PM

" Use moderate to heavy weights with fewer repetitions (use a weight you can lift 6 to 8 times before reaching failure instead of one you can lift 12 or 15)" This post helped me learn that I should rather use heavy weights and lift a few times, rather than light weights and lift more times. Because when I usually work out I thought that they more times you lift the better. 

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Resistance exercise load does not determine training-mediated hypertrophic gains in young men

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