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Men and women are completely different. Big surprise, right? What most women have yet to accept is the idea that they aren’t able to complete weight training regimes in the same way that men can. ...

What's Your Muscular Body Type?

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If you’re anything like me you’re constantly struggling to find balance in your life. Balance as it applies to work, home, and self-care. Living life on the run can be detrimental in more ways ...

Are You Serving Up the Right Portion Sizes?

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Last week I introduced a few common myths regarding stretching and working out. They included whether or not it was right to take a hot shower after working out, whether or not you should drink ...

Stretching & Workout Myths Revealed, Part 2

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My digestive system is important to me. I take that back – being acutely unaware of my digestive system is important to me. In other words, I’d prefer to eat foods that are both safe and healthy ...

Food Safety Tips for the Summer

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As soon as you started working out you probably had “experienced” exercise experts lining up to give you advice on how to maximize your workouts, avoid injury, or get around that occasional ...

Stretching & Workout Myths Revealed, Part I

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April showers bring May flowers and this year, apparently, we’ve got some early summer heat in some parts of the country. All this extra sunshine got me thinking about nutrition and how much ...

5 Spectacularly Healthy Summer Produce Choices

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Achalasia is a serious condition that affects the esophagus. The muscle of the esophagus is unable to relax, making it difficult for the affected individual to swallow because the sphincter muscle ...

Recognizing the Symptoms of Achalasia

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So you love a glass of soda as much as the rest of the world loves their first cup of coffee in the morning. What most people don’t realize is that soda is terrible for your body and overall ...

7 Reasons to Eliminate Soda from Your Diet

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All of us, because of our different ages and races, have different nutritional needs. What remains the same for each of us, though, is our need to find balance during what can only be described as ...

5 Nutritious Foods for Women on the Run

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What do you do after the end of a long workout or a hard day? Many of us slip into a hot bath in an attempt to relieve those achy muscles. Some of us massage our legs or arms with lotion or some ...

How to Massage Facial Muscles

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Take your vitamins! We’ve all heard this phrase several times in our lives. Our parents, friends, and doctors want us to take vitamins and eat vitamin-enriched foods as often as possible. Yes, ...

Nutrition 101: Understanding Vitamin A

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There’s nothing quite as scary as waking up from a deep sleep to find yourself in the midst of what feels like one of the worst “charley-horses” you’ve ever had in your life. Nocturnal leg cramps ...

The Causes of Nocturnal Leg Cramps