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My Health Formula – #2 Exercise

  How To Start Well here goes.  There are so many theories and ways to exercise it gets really confusing on how to start and what to do next.  I train a wide variety of clients and use different training techniques depending on their goals. …

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My Health Formula – #1 Diet

Hello Readers; I’m a certified personal trainer here in Canada and have been in the health and wellness industry for over a decade now.  I’m 47 years old and can outperform most men half my age.  I’m not a big guy at 5’8” and 158lbs. …

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Higher Intakes of Fiber Help Prevent Weight Gain & Increases in Waist Circumference

At a Glance Newly published research shows that adults with high fiber intakes are less likely to gain weight and inches around the waist. Read more about this research below. It is known that dietary fiber may play a role in obesity prevention. The role…

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White Tea and Health

Interesting article from a trusted source. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Next time you’re making a cuppa, new research shows it might be wise to opt for a white tea if you want to reduce your risk of cancer, rheumatoid arthritis or even just age-associated wrinkles. Researchers from Kingston…

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Okanagan Sport Leadership Conference

a One-Day Sport Conference for coaches, administrators, and practitioners, designed to provide sport eduation opportunities and hands-on training skills. The conference will bring together a team of sports experts to offer interactive seminars on a variety of topics including:   * Sport Nutrition*Mental Recovery &…

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Who do you trust?

Who do you trust?

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The Role of Blood Sugar

  The body operates on blood sugar, especially the brain. In other words, our brain needs sugar to work. Therefore, the body is very concerned about trying to control the level of blood sugar. If the blood sugar gets too high—greater than 200 mg/dl—a patient…

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