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According to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), more than a third of US adults have obesity—this dietary driven disease kills more than twice as many people as infectious disease. Obesity is a growing problem among people from all walks of life—this is especially true with children since the convenience of technology usage has limited their physical activity, and the availability of overly processed foods, such as pizza, sugary snacks, other fast food, have made children overweight. Physicians have correlated, through recent studies, that obesity.
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After all the holidays have passed, most of us might experience a little guilt or regret after eating all those yummy deserts and buttered rolls.   No worries!  Now is the perfect time to make a resolution to GET in shape and STAY in shape.  Most of us have no problem starting an exercise regimen, but very few of us have the discipline or drive to make it a lifetime habit.  Here are a few tips to help you do just that: Get Motivated!   At times, we.
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There are many things in life that you don’t have control over. For example, you may not be able to obtain the job you really want or the pay you feel you deserve.  Or you can’t control traffic or other people’s actions on the road.  But there is one thing most of us do have control over- our health. Aside from some genetic conditions which we cannot control, most sickness and disease such as hypertension, obesity, heart disease and stroke can be prevented.   And you.
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Our society revolves around staying young and beautiful, but it doesn’t mean you’re already in the grave just because you’re getting older. This is a new period of your life to look forward to as it brings the experience and wisdom youth lacks. So you shouldn’t let your age get you down or stop you from setting new goals and achieving them. This is especially true when it comes to working out. Staying in shape benefits both your image and health, especially as you.
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There is no longer any question that exercise is good for the body.   We know that consistent exercise can help you remain healthy, lose weight, reduce the concentration of blood glucose and cholesterol and help you remain agile and fit as you age. However, the many benefits of exercise are not only limited to the body but also the brain. Almost everyone who exercises regularly will say that they feel more confident and have improved self-esteem but even more importantly, the mental benefits of exercise.
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