Excess Abdominal Fat is Not Only Ugly, but Extremely Dangerous to Your Health – This is More Than a Vanity Issue!
May18

Excess Abdominal Fat is Not Only Ugly, but Extremely Dangerous to Your Health – This is More Than a Vanity Issue!

The difference between subcutaneous fat and the more deadly “visceral fat”… Plus the simple steps to REMOVE this fat permanently. by Mike Geary, Certified Nutrition Specialist, Certified Personal Trainer author of best-selling programs: The Truth about Six-Pack Abs & The Fat-Burning Kitchen Although this picture depicts an overweight man, this article applies to dangerous types of fat inside the bodies of both...

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Discover The World’s Greatest Antioxidant Secret By Harvard Scientists
May17
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Eating Peanuts And Peanut Butter Might Be A Cheap Way To Prevent Heart Disease
Mar08

Eating Peanuts And Peanut Butter Might Be A Cheap Way To Prevent Heart Disease

Consuming nuts, consisting of peanuts and peanut butter, may help you live longer, a new study suggests. Researchers looked at the diets of more than 200,000 people in both the United States and China, and discovered nut consumption was linked with a lower threat of premature death from heart disease and other causes. The findings lend support to previous evidence on the heart-healthy benefits of nuts, said study researcher Dr....

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3 Easy Ways to Boost Your Brain
Mar07

3 Easy Ways to Boost Your Brain

Sure, you could spend months picking up a new language to get your noggin in top form — or you could just adopt some simple habits to optimize your mind right now. Here, three good ones to try. Your noodle will thank you! Meditate You’ll be more creative if you do so, particularly when you’re called on to think about new ideas, according to a new study in the journal Mindfulness. Men and women saw brain perks from a...

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Why Younger Women Often Ignore Heart Attack Warning Signs
Mar06

Why Younger Women Often Ignore Heart Attack Warning Signs

Younger women may ignore early warning signs of a heart attack, a new study reveals. The finding could help explain why younger women have higher rates of death from heart attack than men in their age group. “Young women with multiple risk factors and a strong family history of cardiac disease should not assume they are too young to have a heart attack,” said lead researcher Judith Lichtman, chair of the department of...

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Why Watching Sad Movies Could Make You Eat More And Gain Weight
Mar06

Why Watching Sad Movies Could Make You Eat More And Gain Weight

Heading to the box office this weekend? A weight-related FYI: Seeing a tearjerker may bring on the munchies. People who saw sad movies snacked more than when watching comedies in both a lab setting and at a movie theater, according to a new study reported in a JAMA Internal Medicine research letter. Researchers from Cornell University’s Food and Brand Lab discovered that participants who watched Love Story (a classic cry-fest)...

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