Category: Nutrition

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5 Beverages You Should Be Drinking For A Healthier Lifestyle

When you’re starting a diet, or just going on a general health kick – what you eat matters. However, what you drink is another factor which is often overlooked and can make all the difference. Sure, we’ve all heard to drink plenty of water – but what other options are there? In this short article, we break down 5 other […]

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Hormones, Health, and Exercise in Men’s Fitness

Hormones, Health, and Exercise in Men’s Fitness

If you are 30 or older, it’s time to start to take a closer look at what your body is doing, especially if long term health and fitness is your goal. When guys are young, things tend to be pretty simple. The natural flood of testosterone that you enjoy keeps your mood in a normal range and enables you to […]

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Taming that inflammation in your body

When you get a small cut or a bruise, the area tends to get inflamed. This is the body’s natural way of fighting off infection so that the area heals as fast as possible. However, there are times, when your body tends to have inflammation, which is chronic. This is when the trouble arises and if you are not aware […]

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Top 5 Post Workout Juicing Recipes For Fitness Enthusiasts      

Top 5 Post Workout Juicing Recipes For Fitness Enthusiasts      

Juicing is the cool, intelligent, and healthy lifestyle choice of the thinking individual, thanks to all the health fad promotions done by celebrities on the social networking sites. But before you jump onto a bandwagon there are certain significant things to know about juicing. For instance, did you know that using too many ingredients at once will lead you into […]

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Debunking Juice Cleanse Myths

Debunking Juice Cleanse Myths

Vegetable and fruit juice used in a juice cleanse are huge in the nutrition industry today. The popular ones are the green smoothie, a concoction of kale, spinach, celery, lettuce, cucumber and green apple, and the red cocktail made from beets, carrot, ginger, apple and lemon. Drinking these beverages is not bad. It is a viable option for people who […]

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5 Reliable Ways to Boost Your Testosterone Naturally

5 Reliable Ways to Boost Your Testosterone Naturally

  When you want to get better in the gym, the main thing people think about is switching up their calories and lifting heavier – but this is only half the battle. If you want to see faster results, and start adding more plates to the bar what you really need is to optimize your testosterone. Testosterone is your body’s key […]

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Eating Right For Muscle Gain (Video)

Eating Right For Muscle Gain (Video)

As is common knowledge, the most important nutrient needed for muscle gain is protein. Protein is the basic component of muscle fiber and is required in large quantities to repair the muscle tissues after exercise and form new tissue to increase muscle mass. With that said, protein is not the only component that body builders focus on, there is also […]

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12 Surprising Foods With More Sugar Than A Krispy Kreme Doughnut

12 Surprising Foods With More Sugar Than A Krispy Kreme Doughnut

Prepare to have your mind blown away by how much sugar is in some of these products. Takepart has listed 12 foods that exceed the 10 grams of sugar in a classic Krispy Kreme glazed doughnut. Sugar has become a super-villain of sorts. We see its evil machinations in the form of Tony the Tiger leering down at children and in rats getting addicted to […]

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Benefits Of Juicing Wheatgrass (Video)

Benefits Of Juicing Wheatgrass (Video)

There are several reasons to juice wheatgrass, the chief of which is that wheatgrass is a wonderful source of living chlorophyll. Chlorophyll is a pigment in plants that contains magnesium. The juice that is the product of wheatgrass being juiced is extremely full of vitamins and nutrients and while the juice is fresh it is rated as one of the best […]

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Almond Milk For Fitness

Almond Milk For Fitness

  Historically, almond milk has been used since at least the Middle Ages. It is known to have been a popular replacement for cow’s milk in Western Europe, as well as the Islamic world, because almond milk keeps longer. Only recently has it begun to increase in popularity. In fact, in 2011 the sale of almond milk rose by almost […]

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