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Honey: A Natural Way to Treat Infection

Have you ever wondered why honey, a natural product that is so rich in sugar, is resistant to bacterial or fungal growth, even when kept at room temperature for months? Honey’s strong anti-bacterial properties were discovered by ancient civilizations. The enzymes within honey inhibit microbial growth and biofilm formation. They also stimulate fibroblasts that are […]

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High Concussion Rates Found During Football Practice

According to a recent study published in the Journal of American Medical Association Pediatrics (02/2015),concussion rates in football athletes at the youth, high school, and collegiate levels were found to be highest during a game situation; BUT, practice sessions also posed a major concussion risk for these same groups of athletes. During practice, athletes at […]

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Exercise Is ADHD Medication

New research demonstrates a critical link between exercise and academic performance. The medical journal “Pediatrics,” published research that found kids who participated in regular physical activity showed important enhancements in cognitive performance and brain function. According to University of Illinois Professor, Charles Hillman, the findings “demonstrate a causal effect of a physical program on executive […]

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Plantar Fasciitis

With the start of the new year, fitness resolutions are on everyone’s mind. Couch potatoes and exercise enthusiasts have started new physical activities and routines, runners have upped their mileage and weekend warriors are working hard to advance quickly in their chosen sport or activity-all trying to achieve the goal of leading a healthier lifestyle. […]

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10 Little Known Tips To Get You on Your Way to Six Pack Abs

Tip #1: BRANCHED CHAIN AMINO ACIDS between meals (5 grams) can trick the body to accelerate fat loss especially in the abdominal region Tip #2: Daily melatonin administration suppresses BW, intraabdominal adiposity, plasma leptin, insulin independent of food intake/total body fat. Tip #3: 30 ML (2 tablespoon) coconut oil: Higher levels of HDL (good cholesterol) […]

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