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Infographic: The Glycemic Index Explained

Written by Emily Alaniz June 16, 2014  There are a lot of diets out there: low fat, low carb, vegetarian, Mediterranean, Paleo, and a whole bunch more. It can be difficult to know which one is actually best for you. But no matter how you…

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Junk Food Marketing Tactics Rival Those of Big Tobacco

  Obesity Epidemic Goes Global: One-in-Three Is Now Overweight or Obese June 11, 2014 By Dr. Mercola The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) estimates that 110,000 Americans die as a result of obesity each year, and that one-third of all cancers are directly related to…

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@USANAinc Joins Canada’s Largest Natural #Health Trade Organization

News Release SALT LAKE CITY, June 10, 2014 /PRNewswire/ — Are your vitamins regulated? On a mission to advocate supplement regulation and the health industry as a whole, on a global scale, USANA Health Sciences Inc., has joined the Canadian Health Food Association. CHFA is…

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Effects of Alcohol on Fitness Training

As much as drinking large quantities of alcohol may seem fun at a frat party or the local pub, there are numerous disadvantages of such liberal consumption. Let’s take a closer look on the effects of alcohol on fitness. The Marin Institute for Preventing Alcohol Problems details:…

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Ladies: It may be time to burn your bras again

The breast cancer link to bras Friday, May 30, 2014 by: Paul Fassa (NaturalNews) The birth of feminism in the late 1960s and early 1970s featured young women burning bras as a counterpoint to young men burning their draft cards. Bra burning was a social…

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All About Food Porn

by Ryan Andrews From TV to computer screens, sexy food images are everywhere. That’s why we have to be careful; food porn stimulates poor choices and overeating. Find out how and why in today’s update. Also, learn what you can do to appreciate food and…

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All About Potatoes

  by Ryan Andrews Many people avoid white potatoes due to their high glycemic index, because they’re afraid of toxins, or because they’re afraid of carbohydrates in general.  (Or simply because they think sweet potatoes are better). However, the humble spud – if stored and…

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Workout nutrition illustrated.

  What to eat before, during, and after exercise. By John Berardi and Brian St. Pierre We all know that what you eat is important. But so is when you eat, especially if you’re active. That’s why, in this infographic, we share what to eat before, during, and after exercise. Notes: 1. Click here…

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