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    Using A Treadmill at Home

    I have recently replaced my old fashioned treadmill with a new electric powered one. Its good and has many functions to show the progress like speed, distance, calories burnt and some other stuff like these. Although using a treadmill alone at home is a little bit boring exercise but to make the...
  2. Denise

    The myth of calculating calories

    Here is a video clip by Barry Groves regarding how calories are incorrectly computed.
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    Very healthy

    Today, scientists confirm that periodic fasting and following healthy nutrition system can prevent 90% of physical and psychological diseases, let us read ... What is dementia? Dementia (meaning "deprived of mind") is a serious cognitive disorder. It may be static, the result of a unique global...
  4. Denise

    New Research Shows Diet Soft Drinks cause Stroke, Heart Attacks and Vascular Death

    Besides the fact that diet soda causes dehydration, weight gain, mineral depletion, diabetes and caffeine addiction, new research shows they're also responsible for an increased risk of vascular events such as, stroke heart attack vascular death The new study was conducted by, Hannah...
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    Jewish groups slam Dubai Auschwitz diet poster

    Dubai-based excercise club, Circuit Factory, in Al-Quoz, has been slammed by Jewish groups for using Holocaust images on its promotional poster. The poster in question shows the image of Auschwitz labor camp with the slogan “Kiss your calories goodbye“. Phil Parkinson, the founder of the...
  6. Denise

    Infrared saunas safely detoxify the body and help heal injuries

    I bet SUNGAZER will like this one: Wednesday, October 19, 2011 by: S. D. Wells (NaturalNews) Thousands of massage therapists are now incorporating infrared sauna sessions into their menu of services, and clients are routinely requesting the new technology for elimination of toxins, healing...
  7. Unhypnotized

    The gullible mind explained

    Mike Adams Natural News May 5, 2011 In light of the string of the blatant falsehoods being announced by the U.S. government these days (FDA, DHS, White House, etc.) it’s interesting that so many people still believe whatever they are told by “official” sources. It brings up the question of the...
  8. funbunz29

    Should You Weigh Your Food?

    While counting calories may seem like enough to reach your goal weight, many are deciding if weighing their food will be the added weapon they need to win the battle of the bulge. It seems fitting that as you look to lose weight, you weigh what you take in, but is it worth the time and energy...
  9. funbunz29

    Toning Sneakers for Men & Women

    Toning Sneakers for Men & Women Toning Sneakers for Men & Women Jan 7th 2011 at 11:30AM by Veronica Harley 13 CommentsPrint this page|EmailShare on FacebookShare on TwitterShare on DiggShare on Lifestream.It's a new year and you may have vowed to get fit. Walking is one of the easiest ways...
  10. buttman302

    How Accurate Is Healthy-Menu Info?

    It's great when restaurants offer some "healthy" options on their regular menus. But how accurate are those calorie counts? Sometimes, not very. A recent study revealed that low-cal restaurant meals may contain up to 18 percent more calories than what's stated in the nutrition information. So...
  11. CASPER

    The Truth of Fast Food they don't want you to know

    The Truth: Most fast-food hamburger patties begin their voyage to your buns in the hands of a company called Beef Products. The company specializes in taking slaughterhouse trimmings—heads and hooves and the like—that are traditionally used only in pet food and cooking oil, and turning them into...
  12. Truth Vibrations

    McDonald's sued over Happy Meals

    A consumer protection group filed a class-action suit against McDonald's Wednesday morning, claiming the toys included in Happy Meals bait and induce children to develop a preference for nutritionally poor foods. The suit was filed by the Center for Science in the Public Interest on behalf of...
  13. Unhypnotized

    HFCS – the poison that promotes obesity and liver damage

    David Gutierrez Natural News Aug 8, 2010 Two new studies have added more reason for concern that high-fructose corn syrup causes significantly more harm to the body than its mere sugar content would suggest. High-fructose corn syrup contains 55 percent fructose and 45 percent glucose. In...
  14. Unhypnotized

    Butter Vs Margarine

    DO YOU KNOW.. The difference between margarine and butter? Read on to the end...gets very interesting! Both have the same amount of calories. Butter is slightly higher in saturated fats at 8 grams compared to 5 grams. Eating margarine can increase heart disease in women by 53%...
  15. Unhypnotized

    Harmful Food Additives List

    Very Bad- -ACESULFAME POTASSIUM -ARTIFICIAL COLORINGS: BLUE 1, BLUE 2,GREEN 3, RED 3, YELLOW 6 -ASPARTAME (Nutrasweet) -BUTYLATED HYDROXYANISOLE (BHA) -CYCLAMATE (not legal in U.S.) -HYDROGENATED VEGETABLE OIL -OLESTRA (Olean) -PARTIALLY HYDROGENATED VEGETABLE OIL -POTASSIUM BROMATE -PROPYL...
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    Relationship between depression and emotional eating

    THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN BASIC NEED SATISFACTION AND EMOTIONAL EATING Gayle M. Timmerman, Gayle J. Acton* Eating in response to emotions may lead to the consumption of excessive calories which typically leads to weight gain. This study examined the relationship between basic need...
  17. Unhypnotized

    High-Fructose Corn Syrup Produces Toxic Chemical ?HMF? When Heated

    Mike Adams Natural News October 20, 2009 If you know anything about the food supply, you know that honey bees are a crucial part of the food production chain. In the United States, they pollinate roughly one-third of all the crops we eat, and without them, we’d be facing a disastrous...
  18. CASPER

    Fighting Global Warming with Pavement

    A new color scheme for our roads and highways could take some of the heat off Earth's climate. You may not have given it much thought, but your boistrous lifestyle runs at about 10 kilowatts, day and night. Thirteen horsepower, if you prefer equine units. That's the average power consumed by...
  19. CASPER

    food for survival

    Most commentators note that food is not usually urgently needed in survival situations because a human can survive for several weeks without it. However, they also note that in extreme cold lack of food can be dangerous, and in other situations hunger, like gradual dehydration, can bring about...
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    Super Size Me

    Super Size Me is an Academy Award-nominated 2004 documentary film, directed by and starring Morgan Spurlock, an American independent filmmaker. It follows a 30-day time period (February 2003) during which Spurlock subsists exclusively on McDonald's fast food and stops exercising regularly. The...
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