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Nutrition & Fitness

Most of us are well aware of the many health benefits of exercise and eating healthy, but finding the discipline to not only start but to stick with it is often the hard part. Follow these blogs to learn about the many tips and tricks to getting yourself on the right path.

DEC
01

Why Your Blood Type Should be the Map to Your Diet: Types AB, B, O, & A 

The blood type diet is when you eat according to your blood type to decrease the risk of chronic illness and improve overall health. There are four blood types — AB, B, O, and A. Each has a specific diet to follow to promote digestion, weight loss, and increased energy.

Here is why your blood type should be the map to your diet and food suggestions to follow. Learn about how to eat right for your blood type.

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OCT
09

5 Exercise Ideas for Bonding with the Entire Family

With the evolution of technological advances came a sharp increase in physical inactivity as tech became more accessible. The prevalence of overweight and obesity in the US has increased to almost 80%. People are at higher risk of developing chronic diseases such as diabetes, hypertension, and cardiovascular disease without proper action. People should invite their loved ones to physically engage in combating these issues. Although exercise may seem boring, you can do plenty of activities as a group to have fun.

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SEP
19

Small Airway Disease (SAD): What Is It and What Are the Symptoms?

Lung-related diseases are more prevalent in public conversations after the recent COVID-19 pandemic. People want to know how to prevent respiratory issues and the most common conditions. Small airway disease (SAD) is an ailment not many know about, but it affects people globally each year

Here’s what small airway disease is, what causes it and what symptoms are most common for patients with a diagnosis.

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SEP
19

Health and Fitness Guide For Busy People

Whether your work schedule is returning to 'normal' after the pandemic or you want to make a concerted effort to adopt and maintain healthier habits, it can be challenging to keep up with health and fitness when you are a busy person. It doesn't have to be, though. With some determination, time management, and a good frame of mind, you can fit health and fitness at any age into your day-to-day life. Here's how.

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SEP
12

3 Pieces of Fitness Equipment You Can Buy That Are Good for Your Mental Health

Everyone knows that working out and staying in shape is good for physical health. It helps to manage weight, reduces the risk of heart disease, and makes for solid muscles and bones. But did you know that exercising is also good for your mental health?

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SEP
04

How to Get Excited About Working Out On a Rainy Day

Working out in picture-perfect weather is challenging enough, but it’s a different type of challenge when rain gets thrown into the mix. The rain physically and figuratively beats down on you, making every task more difficult and less enjoyable. If you need some extra motivation, here are seven ways to get excited about working out in the rain.

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AUG
29

3 Ways Running Boosts Your Happiness and Confidence

Running is Healing

It’s common knowledge that running improves your health and fitness, but what about its effects on your mental state? Why does running feel so good when it’s supposed to be a grueling physical challenge? Is there a positive connection between running and depression, anxiety and other forms of stress?

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AUG
22

Why Dental Care Is Essential for High Productivity

Photo by George Becker

Productivity is a trait everyone hopes to possess. People can challenge themselves to improve their productivity levels, but without changing something in their routine, big or small, it's often impossible to improve their skills.

One of the benefits of good oral hygiene is that you can have increased productivity. You may not think that productivity can come from practicing preventive dental care, but small things add up. You may notice that your life has improved as a whole, all thanks to taking care of your teeth.

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JUL
31

How to Create a Monthly Budget for Your Sports Expenses

How to Create a Monthly Budget for Your Sports Expenses

Physical fitness is a quality people like yourself value. Staying in shape has benefits, such as a boost to mental health and a reduced risk of diseases. It can be a financial struggle for some people, though. Getting the exercise you desire can be done inexpensively. Here are nine ways to build a sports budget that won’t break the bank.

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JUL
25

Can Sleep Apnea Be Cured? 5 Things You Should Know About Disruptive Snoring

Sleep Apnea Symptoms and Sleep Apnea Treatments

Sleep apnea only occurs when someone is asleep, but that doesn't mean it has no consequences when they're awake. Many people may not even know they have the condition, but the symptoms are difficult to ignore. This condition goes beyond just snoring and could be more detrimental than you think.

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JUL
15

Are Runners Indeed Smarter? How Running Impacts the Brain

Running is one of the top exercises in the world, benefitting your body and mind alike. Are runners actually smarter than other people, though? It turns out that the physiological effects of running can alter your brain’s activity and improve certain aspects of your intelligence. Here’s what happens in the brain while running and how you can reap the benefits.

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JUN
29

Stay Fit With Outdoor Activities That Help You Lose Weight

What are the key benefits of involving yourself in outdoor activities? These activities play an important role in making you physically and mentally healthy.

In general, outdoor activities simply refer to actions that take place outside, such as sports, recreation, play, exercises, and any other activity that keeps you active in an outdoor setting. Outdoor adventures like trekking, fishing,hiking, and scuba diving are activities that usually happen in natural settings.

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JUN
28

Dry, Oily or Aging Skin? What to Eat for Your Skin Type

Your skin is not only a source of outer beauty. It’s also your largest organ, so you want to ensure you’re taking good care of it. Lotions and creams can help temporarily fix dry, oily or aging skin, but eating the right foods can nourish it from the inside out. 

Do you need to know the best foods for skin repair, or do you just want to know your best diet for glowing skin? Here are the things to eat for your type of skin.

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JUN
21

Used to Eating Out for Every Meal? Use These Tips to Cook Food You'll Want to Eat and Actually Enjoy

Eating out has its perks. For starters, you don't have to worry about cleaning a messy kitchen or loading and emptying the dishwasher. You can simply relax while someone else prepares a mouthwatering meal for you. 

That's not saying you wouldn't like to make dinner for yourself and others more often, but when responsibilities at work and home overwhelm your daily life, cooking is usually the last thing you want to do with your free time. 

Of course, not everyone is an expert chef, either. Thankfully, these cooking tips and tricks will help you prepare meals you'll love right in your kitchen.

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MAY
28

Opioids and Sleep: Sleep Apnea, Disordered Breathing, and Other Harmful Effects

With the increase in opioid use, there has also been a growing number of cases of sleep disorders. Particularly in those who have misused opioids, rates of sleep apnea and disordered breathing have developed at an alarming rate.

What kind of connection could there be between opioids and disorders like obstructive sleep apnea? Here is how this prescription drug is connected to different apneas, disordered breathing, and other dangerous health problems.

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MAY
11

9 Ways to Lose Weight Without Dieting

Many people think losing weight requires an equal combination of exercise and diet, but that’s not the case. Though the process might take more time, it’s certainly possible to lose weight by doing one or the other. Most of us have more trouble with diet than exercise, so let’s cut that part out of the equation. Here are nine natural ways to lose weight without dieting.

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OCT
17

Best Winter Workout Tips for Exercising Outdoor

It can be very difficult to work outside when it’s raining or snowy. Even very motivated and determined people can have a hard time in winters working out. The cold days and long nights make it simply impossible to exercise when the weather is horribly grey. But the good thing is in the cold weather, your body is able to regulate its temperature.

So, If you want to get started and you need to get suitable gym clothes first that fit you perfectly, and which should be comfortable in your workout sessions, so for that matter I would give you an honest suggestion to get them from born tough, at the cheapest price with the best quality.

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OCT
17

Mental Health Benefits of BJJ: Boost Your Memory, Focus, and More

When most people think about BJJ (Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu), they think about self-defense only. This is because BJJ is linked with MMA and it is considered as a technical training that helps with self-defense and nothing else. In real life, MMA is a complete exercise that not only helps with self-defense but it is an excellent way to help you boost your physical fitness as well as your mental health. Both physical fitness and mental health are equally important in helping a person live a better life so if you have already opted for BJJ, this will help you elevate your quality of life.

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OCT
06

How You Should Optimize Your Warm Weather Exercise Routine

Most of the people flock outside in hot weather for jogging, playing basketball, and doing yard work. But when the temperature on mercury scales rises, doing "easy" exercise becomes a difficult physical undertaking, & doing intense exercise can appear deadly. If the body's temperature regulatory system is overtaxed, you might make yourself vulnerable to developing some heat-related illness. It is fair to state that not everybody wants to get stuck in the fitness center on a beautiful warm day.

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OCT
05

How Drinking Water Can Improve Your Physical Performance

Athletes, professional athletes, or just leisure walkers all need adequate hydration to perform well. However, depending on the intensity of your efforts, you might need more water than you think. It would be best if you stay adequately hydrated during and after working out, no matter your age or whether you're playing soccer or working out at the gym.

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