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Drinking Milk as an Adult
Many cultures feel milk is a drink only for children. Some commercials imply milk helps you lose weight. A large portion of adults are lactose intolerant. What is the truth about drinking milk as an adult, and your health?
Carrot Nutrition Information
Carrots are a root vegetable and have been enjoyed for thousands of years. They help keep your eyesight keen, help your night vision, and even help with digestive problems! A half cup of cooked carrots only have 2g net carbs - and have 2g of fiber!
Five Minute Exercise Tips
In the grand scheme of things, taking a 5 minute exercise break is better than not exercising at all! Lots of times we don't exercise because we don't have time for a real session.
Often women who grow up heavy have a lot of trouble dealing with compliments. They deliberately do not want to dress well, because it might lead to a compliment and draw attention to them. Handling compliments well is a skill you can learn!
Feeling Comfortable in Public
Many women who are heavy hide inside all day - and never get any exercise - because they feel ashamed to be out in public. Take control of your life! Take that first step today to become a happier, healthier, more active person.
Weight Loss Challenge
Does competition help you get motivated in your weight loss goals? Come join our weight loss challenge. Lose the most weight by May 1st, and win a $50 gift certificate from Amazon.com!
Healthy New Year's Resolutions
A traditional New Year's activity is to make resolutions about bettering your life and your health. Here are some ideas for healthy New Year's resolutions that you can actually keep!
Obesity Rises - Cholesterol Falls
In a fascinating new report, the CDC says that even though people are tending to get more heavy, the average cholesterol across the US is now under 200. This is primarily a credit to the power of cholesterol lowering drugs.
Seatbelt Usage and Obesity
Research is showing that people who are heavy tend to be far less likely to wear their seatbelts than thinner people. Seatbelts are not made large enough to fit around a larger person. The end result is more injuries and deaths for the obese.
Finances and Eating Healthily
You might think that eating healthily was a matter of just choosing the right foods. For many families, it is more about what they can afford to put into their shopping cart.
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