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  1. Good Cholesterol Linked to Lower Cancer Danger

    Good Cholesterol Linked to Lower Cancer Danger

    When you remember family members or friends who have had cancer, one of your next thoughts may be, “How can I keep it from happening to me?” There is no simple answer, but as scientists work to determine the factors involved, they have come up with findings that decrease cancer risk. Some of these findings could apply to you. INCREASE...
  2. Can You Build Muscle as a Vegetarian or Vegan?

    Can You Build Muscle as a Vegetarian or Vegan?

    When it comes building muscle, diet is key - especially eating enough protein and carbohydrates, and keeping food in your stomach throughout the day. However many bodybuilders get their protein from animal sources – in particular eggs, dairy and meat. So can you get enough protein and carbs from a primarily plant-based diet to build muscle? Absolutely! But first, let’s...
  3. A Tip for Parents of Fussy Eaters with Older Siblings

    A Tip for Parents of Fussy Eaters with Older Siblings

    Right around the time a child turns 2 or 3 years old they begin to develop a sense of independence. This happens in many cases because your child is looking up to an older sibling. They want to be like, act like and do things like their older brother or sister. Use Your Child’s Older Sibling as a Healthy Eating...
  4. A Quick Guide to the Science of Muscle Growth

    A Quick Guide to the Science of Muscle Growth

    How and why do muscles grow? Scientifically, the process is very simple. If you consistently weight train, add cardio, enjoy a healthy diet and drink lots of water, you will burn fat and gain muscle. Practice the following 4 steps and you will harness the science of muscle growth for a leaner, stronger, healthier body. 1) Your muscles will only...
  5. The Closest to a Cure for Breast Cancer is Know Your Risk

    The Closest to a Cure for Breast Cancer is Know Your Risk

    One in eight women will get breast cancer. And until there is a breakthrough cure for all stages of breast cancer, the best way to survive it is to detect it early. Survival rates for early detection are 95%, but only 41% when diagnosed later. Fortunately, there is good news and all it takes is a visit to your healthcare...
  6. Why Sleep Is So Important for Weight Loss

    Why Sleep Is So Important for Weight Loss

    Studies show that when deprived of adequate sleep and this can have a big impact on your weight. 1)Increase in Appetite: When sleep deprived, your body produces more of the hormone cortisol. This is one of the hormones that control appetite. More cortisol in your system, the hungrier you are. It can get so bad that even when full, you...
  7. Creative Ways To Help Children Stay In Shape

    Creative Ways To Help Children Stay In Shape

    It’s important that children take steps to stay active and healthy. Yet the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services reports that the percent of American children who are overweight has more than doubled since 1980. In fact, it's estimated that about 15 % of all children in the U.S. today are overweight-and carrying those extra pounds can lead to...
  8. Does Obesity Run in Families?

    Does Obesity Run in Families?

    Is obesity hereditary? Are you going to be large, overweight and suffer the afflictions and diseases associated with being obese if your parents or grandparents were? Unfortunately, in many cases obesity is a family affair. Incredibly, obesity is common in friendships and other close personal relationships as well. Let’s take a closer look at just how your ancestry affects your...
  9. Cholesterol Testing Recommended for Children

    Cholesterol Testing Recommended for Children

    The National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute now recommends that children ages 9 and 11 should have their first cholesterol check. The test should be repeated between ages 17 and 21. The recommendations come as growing biological evidence shows conditions that result in heart attacks, diabetes, high blood pressure and other diseases begin in childhood, though they might not be...
  10. Choose Healthier Options for Your Kids When Eating Out

    Choose Healthier Options for Your Kids When Eating Out

    Getting your kids to eat healthy when dining out can be a struggle. When hungry, their natural tendency is to want hit the first fast food restaurant they see. However, you can help them both learn how to make healthy choices in food and still enjoy eating it. First if you have the time, choose a sit-down venue instead of...

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