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Life Moves: Exercise for the Love of the Lifestyle

March 22, 2016

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Life Moves: Exercise for the Love of the Lifestyle by Karen S. Danner — If your relationship with exercise is anything other than a love affair, then this how-to book, which addresses exercise at a causal level, is for you. Danner presents an irrefutable solution to weight-loss, at-risk health conditions and disease. She points out […]

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How to thrive when traveling

August 11, 2012

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by Dr. Alan Christianson —  People often put off initiating or maintaining positive health changes because of perceived obstacles, such as travel. The good news is that, with some advance planning and a little effort, it really is not that difficult to stay healthy and energized on the road. So you have currently been taking […]

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Health updates: Exercising and vitamin C

February 24, 2012

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The following is information regarding a new study that shows how making slight changes to the order of your daily exercise routine can dramatically improve your end results, plus the FDA’s crackdown on injectable vitamin C. Exercising in the morning before eating is best A new study suggests that exercising in the morning, before eating, […]

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Maximize your workout

February 24, 2012

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by Dr. Nicholas Warner —  Are you suffering from exercise advice overload? These days, so much information is out there, it is hard to know where to begin, much less how to maximize your current workout. Just when you think you have it down and are making progress, your body adapts to the program you […]

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What is qigong?

February 24, 2012

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by Jolin Brandes —  We are bombarded on a daily basis by negative electrical energy signals from sources such as our thoughts, others’ thoughts, microwaves, cell phones, computers and high-tension wires. Some people believe that disease occurs from too much exposure to one or more of these electrical signals. Others believe that if it is possible […]

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Meeting your fitness goals

February 22, 2012

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by Laurie Towers —  After months of being relatively sedentary, jumping into an ambitious workout program often results in muscle pains and strains that can squelch enthusiasm and quickly derail fitness goals. Here are tips for meeting those goals and some suggestions for keeping health and fitness a top priority throughout the year. Walk or […]

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