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Pantry Moths in Your Lunch?

A Super-Gross Reason to Avoid Processed Supermarket Food You’ll be shocked how the disgusting pantry moths and their larvae get into your food. October 10, 2012 Steve Holt If you’ve opened the pantry door or a bag of rice and had a moth fly in your face, you may have wondered: How did the bug get in there? Sarah Bryce …

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The best SIX plant based proteins

   By: Willow Tohi, Natural News Like most people who have a higher health conscious, most vegans and vegetarians have a story about how they came to the decision to live their particular lifestyle. No matter your reasons, one of the challenges for non-meat eaters is making sure they get enough protein every day. But it’s not as big a …

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Fatty and Sugary Foods Are As Addictive As Cocaine And Nicotine

Can’t resist the lure of KFC or the 4pm office chocolate run when you’re feeling peckish? Then it’s likely be your junk food addiction, not your stomach, talking. According to intensive medical research in the US, fatty processed foods and high fructose sugar treats can be as addictive as cocaine and cigarettes. The shocking findings come after American scientists looked …

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Steve’s Daily Calories and Nutrient Requirements for Fat Loss

My daily caloric intake (based on exercising 7 days/week, 6’2″ height, 205lbs) Maintenance: 3323 Calories/day Fat Loss: 2659 Calories/day Extreme Fat Loss 1994 Calories/day   AMOUNT OF NUTRIENT REQUIRED FOR FOUR MEALS PER DAY CARBOHYDRATE PROTEIN FAT GRAMS PER DAY 240g 200g 80g GRAMS PER MEAL 60g 50g 20g CALORIES PER DAY 1040 cals 780 cals 780 cals CALORIES PER …

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National Dietary Guidelines Finally Updated

WASHINGTON, Jan. 31, 2011 — US Department of Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack and Secretary of the Department of Health and Human Services Kathleen Sebelius announced the release of the 2010 Dietary Guidelines for Americans, the federal government’s evidence-based nutritional guidance to promote health, reduce the risk of chronic diseases, and reduce the prevalence of overweight and obesity through improved nutrition …

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The Healthiest Man Alive

by Steve Kim I caught this video of a guy who says he will live the life of “the healthiest man alive” for the year 2011.  Here’s an excerpt from cnn.com: Author A.J. Jacobs’ books include “The Know-it-All,” “My Life as an Experiment” and “The Year of Living Biblically.” For the last, he spent a year trying to follow every rule and …

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Culligan Water

Want fresh/purified water at a fraction of the cost?  Ask me about Culligan water.  I only pay $25 a month and I have unlimited pure water flowing fresh from my sink! I have a great hookup named William that I can introduce you to.  I didn’t pay any setup/installation costs and there is NO CONTRACT to sign!  Good stuff.. I …

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NPC Introduces Men’s Physique Division

NPC Physique Division Judging Criteria According to the NPC, here’s how the Men’s Physique Division will be judged: Muscularity & Body Condition Judges will be looking for fit contestants who display proper shape and symmetry combined with muscularity and overall condition. This is not a bodybuilding contest so extreme muscularity should be marked down. Stage Presence & Personality Contestants will …

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Bodysport Fitness Center offers Coach’s Choice Scholarships

by Mel Fabros BODYSPORT FITNESS CENTER OFFERS COACH’S CHOICE SCHOLARSHIPS Reaching out to the athletically gifted in Las Vegas LAS VEGAS – Bodysport Fitness Center, located at the Las Vegas Sports Park, has established the Coach’s Choice Scholarship program. It’s a scholarship in Bodysport’s Student Athlete Program. It was designed and implemented to make athletes stronger, faster, more agile and …

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where fast food chicken comes from

you ever buy chicken fingers or patties and wonder where the meat comes from?  it sure didn’t look like that on the bird!  we’ll here you go.. check this out and see if you EVER eat this crap again! Say hello to mechanically separated chicken. It’s what all fast-food chicken is made from—things like chicken nuggets and patties. Also, the …

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Marketing Carrots like Doritos? (another reason to give kids a veggie shake!)

Told to Eat Its Vegetables, America Orders Fries (from USA Today) It’s been a busy week for vegetables. The baby-carrot industry tried to reposition its product as junk food, starting a $25 million advertising campaign whose defining characteristics include heavy metal music, a phone app and a young man in a grocery cart dodging baby-carrot bullets fired by a woman …

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Always wash your cans of soda or beer

This is Serious! This incident happened recently in North Texas . A woman went boating one Sunday taking with her some cans of coke which she put into the refrigerator of the boat. On Monday she was taken to the hospital and placed in the Intensive Care Unit. She died on Wednesday.

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New study links pain relievers to erectile dysfunction

Men who regularly take pain relievers such as ibuprofen and aspirin may be at increased risk for erectile dysfunction, new research suggests. Men who use non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) three times a day for more than three months are at a 22% increased risk of erectile dysfunction, reports Steve Jacobsen, director of research for Kaiser Permanente Southern California, in this …

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Obesity and Stupidity Study From UCLA

Obesity linked to stupidity, brain scans show by Kate Melville A person’s risk of cardiovascular disease, type II diabetes and hypertension is known to be linked to obesity, and now researchers have established that being overweight can also affect a person’s brain. In the journal Human Brain Mapping, Paul Thompson, a UCLA professor of neurology, and colleagues compared the brains …

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One on One Personal Training

by Mel Fabros The One on One Training Program is available to those who want the ultimate in personal attention while training. A client works with his/her own private personal trainer to achieve his ore her unique fitness goals.

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