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Twelve Fascinating Health Benefits of Blueberries

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Blueberries are deliciously sweet when eaten alone or with yogurt, and they are also among the very best fruits to consume if you want to improve your overall health. They have a positive impact on many parts of the human body, ranging from the brain to the blood. Read on to discover twelve reasons why you should add more blueberries to your diet.

XTrain Gives You More Workout Options

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Xtrain is a workout series that has been designed to be used by different people in different ways. Take Burn Sets for an example. This DVD contains two time efficient heavy weight workouts: Warm Up, Chest/Back/Shoulders/Stretch  – 50:23 Warm Up, Bi’s and Tri’s/Stretch37:11 But you’re not limited by the two workouts listed above. You can utilize […]

Target Your Glutes Like Never Before With Xtrain’s Hip Thrust 100 Rep Challenge

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  Before I tell you about the Hip Thrust, just want to remind everyone that our current XTrain pre-sale prices will end Oct 30th. Now, let me tell you about perhaps the best exercise you can do for your glutes and best of all – you can do it at home. The Glutes are an […]

Set Point and Exercise: Is More Exercise Better for Weight Loss?

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It would seem that if you’re trying to lose weight, the longer you exercise the better. An hour is better than thirty minutes? After all, you’ll burn more calories in 60 minutes than 30 if you maintain the same intensity. But recent research calls this idea into question.

Signs and Symptoms of Insulin Resistance: Can You Be Insulin Resistant and Not Know It?

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Insulin resistance, or metabolic syndrome, is a precursor to health problems like type 2 diabetes and heart disease. Some people assume they’re not at risk because they’re not overweight. Not necessarily so. Twenty-percent of people who are insulin resistant are of normal weight. So how do you know if you have it? This article discusses the symptoms you might experience if you’re insulin resistant and signs that doctors use to make the diagnosis.

Carbohydrates and Cognitive Function: Does Sugar Zap Your Brain?

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You already know that diets high in processed carbs and sugar aren’t good for your waistline, but a new study points to another drawback of eating the wrong kinds of carbohydrates. It could impact your memory and brain health. Find out more about how diet affects cognitive function and what types of foods to add to your plate – and which to avoid.