Monthly Archives: July 2014

Time for TV? Then Time to Get Moving!

The average person watches 34 hours a week of live TV plus 3-6 hours of recorded TV. Average excuse for not exercising? Not enough time (from T Nation (Twitter)). To make sure that you exercise, first consider what days best suit your schedule, given your other commitments. Next, choose a time of day where you […]

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B Vitamins Do Not Prevent Alzheimer’s Disease

A new review published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition found that B vitamins don’t reduce cognitive decline during the aging process.  People with Alzheimer’s tend to have high levels of homocysteine; therefore, since folic acid and B-12 both reduce homocysteine levels, it was hypothesized that these B vitamins could reduce Alzheimer’s Disease. Unfortunately, […]

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To Juice or Not to Juice

The juice cleanse has become increasing popular as consumers strive to lose weight and detoxify their body from chemicals and processed foods.  During a juice cleanse, a person is limited to solely fresh fruit and vegetable juices and water for a period of time ranging from days to weeks.  The juices are usually freshly made […]

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Alcohol Tied to 1 in 10 Deaths Among Adults in US

According to the CDC, excessive drinking is associated with 1 out of every 10 adult deaths in the US. There are at least 54 conditions linked to alcohol and mortality, including acute pancreatitis, psychosis, esophageal, oral, and breast cancers, suicide, drowning, falls, chronic liver disease and motor vehicle accidents. Binge drinking – which is defined […]

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