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BPA: still a big deal Bisphenol A is everywhere. And research suggests that it’s not doing your health any favors.

The BPA Monster Get the book at http://whatseatingyoukid.com.  Learn about the harmful effects of BPA and more on your children.  Book will be available at midnight 11/16/17. BY CAITLIN DOW  Endocrine disruptors are chemicals that can interfere with estrogen, testosterone, thyroid hormone, insulin, or other hormones. At very low levels, they can turn on, shut off, or alter the signals that…

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The Benefits of Frankincense and Myrrh

Tap into your spiritual energy with the sacred gifts of Frankincense and Myrrh. In addition to the emotional, meditative benefits, these oils offer numerous benefits to problem skin. Excellent for face or body with a very subtle aroma. 4 oz. bar. EWG Rating is a 1. Aromatherapy Benefits: Sacred, Meditative, Tranquil, Releases Spiritual Energy. Warning– May awaken the spirit. Directions: Lather up….

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Best Jump Boots and Jump Shoes Review

Before Neil Armstrong took his first bouncy steps on the moon, people were fascinated by the possibility of walking with a bouncy step. In 1936, two men George Nissen and Larry Griswold, invented the first modern trampoline. This led to Nickelodeon introducing the world to Moon Bounce Shoes during the 1950s. They were promoted as “mini trampolines for your feet” and marketed…

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4 Types Of People That Should Never Use Ginger – It Can Seriously Harm Their Health!

The health benefits of ginger are already well known, however there are certain cases where consumption of ginger can be very harmful and even dangerous. In these cases ginger can be substituted with peppers. Ginger has been used since ancient times as an ingredient in the kitchen. It is very beneficial for the health particularly because of its antiseptic properties…

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Timing Your Pre- and Post-Workout Nutrition

By Christopher R. Mohr, PhD, RD One of the most common questions for sports dietitians: “What should I eat before and after a workout?” Sometimes the answer depends more on the athlete and the specific activity, but there are some common truths that apply for pre- and post-workout nutrition, whether you’re a weekend warrior or a seasoned veteran. Don’t Skip…

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4 Things You Should Do Before Every Workout For Unstoppable Gains!

Finally pre-workout advice that makes sense.  Fitadelphia Here are four easy-to-follow tips you can use to build a solid pre-workout nutrition plan. By following these simple steps you’re bound to make noticeable gains. Give these a try for exciting new gains both in and out of the gym.   1.3K12425 Six Star Muscle December 31, 2015 •  4 min read What you…

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What to Eat After Every Kind of Workout!

Finally!  This is great advice – Fitadelphia Sara Angle Nov 7, 2017 Optimize your recovery by perfecting your post-exercise meal When it comes to getting the most out of your training, eating the right foods after a workout is almost as important as the activity itself. It keeps your body from fatigue and possible injury, facilitates muscle building, and helps with recovery…

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Why odd eating times may amplify skin photo-ageing.

Why odd eating times may amplify skin photo-ageing Study link It appears that your skin may be paying attention to when you’re eating, including that midnight snack. If you’re a regular sunbather, vulnerable to sunburn, or just want to keep your skin looking young, you’ll want to pay close attention to these new findings… Altered meal times disrupt XPA production…

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Plant hormones could be “educating” our cells and gut microbes.

Plant hormones could be “educating” our cells and gut microbes Review link Did you know that salad gives us more than fibre, vitamins and minerals? Plant foods also come with traces of hormones the plants produce themselves to control how they grow or manage water intake. But it doesn’t end there… New research tells us that our gut microbes and…

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Why you should try ditching pasta for veggie spirals

  Studies show that people eat roughly the same weight (or volume) of food every day. That means that eating foods with fewer calories per bite will help you feel just as full on fewer calories. How can you lower the calorie density of your food? Non-starchy vegetables. That’s why the veggie-spiral trend is such a boon to anyone who’s looking to…

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