Category Archives: Weekend Reading

Weekend Reading #35

Motivation 101: Find your deepest reason We all have a love – hate relationship with that orange foam roller! Here is some hard data about whats really going on with your muscles.  You prioritize organic food and value naturally made products, "All About Safe Cleaners" shows you how to take the nasty chemicals out of this […]

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Weekend Reading #34

  A prominent Anti-GMO speaker suddenly reverses his stance on the controversial topic. Do you have high cardiovascular risk factors? Then you should know about quercetin, selenium, catechins and curcumin. One hour of physical activity is not enough if you spend the rest of your time seated. These studies encourage us to simply stand up and walk around […]

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Weekend Reading #33 Ankles and Feet Edition

This weekends collection of links all focus on your feet and ankles. If you are a heavy lifter or a distance runner, or anyone in between, a properley functioning and pain free foot is a key part of your fitness program. Even if you just have those once and a while aches and pains, take […]

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Weekend Reading #32

  A 98-year-old researcher argues that, contrary to decades of clinical assumptions and advice to patients, dietary cholesterol is good for your heart — unless that cholesterol is unnaturally oxidized (by frying foods in reused oil, eating lots of polyunsaturated fats, or smoking).    The popular magazine Mens Journal has a new piece called "The […]

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Weekend Reading #31

  The Snowball Effect: How Small Changes Can Have a Big Impact This is true for any area of life, but especially for habits that are meant to be life-long.    Forget Cholesterol, Inflammation is the Real Enemy! I couldn't agree more! Learn more about the different roles cholesterol and inflammation play in our bodies. […]

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Weekend Reading #30

  Want to know the "Big Secret Formula" for all of your health woes? "Floor Living" A seemingly strange concept now, was once, and possibly still is a cornerstone of our fitness.  Its all connected: Posture, Pain, Genetics, NSAIDs and Stomach Problems A Plea for the Body – It is time to get up and […]

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Weekend Reading #28

    This Mineral is Essential for Healthy Aging – Dr Weil's Daily Health Tips – Natural Health Information 7 Foods You Don't Have to Buy Organic | Mark's Daily Apple Gingerbread Squares: Healthy, Gluten and Nut Free FDA Should Share Data about Livestock on Drugs | Center for a Livable Future Are Food Cravings Related […]

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Weekend Reading #27

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    Blueberry Espresso Brownies – Gluten Free and low in sugar ! Do we all have "Zoo Human" syndrome? New mother Beyonce signed a deal with Pepsi, despite the known health problems associated with soda. Conditioning Research: When should you have your protein to grow your muscles? Produce Each Day Keeps Blues Away – Dr […]

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Weekend Reading #26

      Are you a female? You'd better be deadlifting then… Here's Why.    The New York Times teaches us "How 1 minute intervals can improve health"   Apparently the stuff used to make candies and cereals brightly colored is bad for kids… Who would have guessed?!   What is the best fitness regimen […]

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Weekend Reading #25

        The Good Human has written up a very informative post exposing the relationship between food packaging chemicals and immune disorders in kids.   Another childrens health adovacy group asks the question; Can perfume make you fat?   Coconut Water: Sugary Expensive Hype or Electrolye filled health food?    How to Pack […]

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