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Health Benefits Associated With Vitamin E
Health Benefits Associated With Vitamin E

Vitamin E is a micro-nutrient needed by the body to sustain health and well-being. Since the body cannot make this nutrient on its own, our diets must include a healthy dose of Vitamin E through natural food sources and/or supplementation. There are several reasons why supplementation of this Vitamin is considered necessary not only to maintain good health but also promote specific health benefits. • In its application as an antioxidant, Vitamin E plays a popular role in cosmetics. It...

Top 7 Tips To Strengthen Your Back Support Muscles
Top 7 Tips To Strengthen Your Back Support Muscles

Not surprisingly, people with strong trunk muscles and well conditioned leg and hip muscles are less likely to develop back pain and injuries than people with weak or poorly conditioned muscles. Fortunately, your muscles will become stronger if you follow a regular exercise program that challenges your muscles to do slightly more than usual. If you are not already doing strengthening exercises, start with the exercises described here that you can consider to adopt, which focus on the spinal support...

Celebrities have jumped on this all new diet plan to keep off the pounds.  What is the F-Factor Diet?
Celebrities have jumped on this all new diet plan to keep off the pounds. What is the F-Factor Diet?

The diet guidelines itself are similar to that of the Zone Diet, but with focus on the intake of fiber. Tanya Zuckerbrot, a ten year dietitian claims that this diet will help people lose weight. She also says that it will boost your energy levels during the day, improve the appearance of hair and skin, and reduce a number of health issues affecting the nation such as diabetes, colon and breast cancer, and cardiovascular disease. The main ingredient in this...

Metabolism Boost for the Middle Aged
Metabolism Boost for the Middle Aged

After the ripe old age of 40, our bodies' metabolism rate slows by 5% each decade thereafter. As you burn less and less calories you start to gain 5-10 pounds each year without even realizing it. But age is not the only contributing factor to a slow metabolism. Many other things can affect your metabolic rate as you age including: pregnancy, medication, illness, and certain metabolic disorders (such as insulin resistance: a hormonal imbalance linked to how our body produces...

Sprint Interval Training - “It’s a HIIT!”
Sprint Interval Training - “It’s a HIIT!”

Introduction By HIIT, I do not mean that it is popular (although, finally and thankfully, it is certainly becoming so), but rather, that sprint interval training (SIT) is also referred to as high-intensity interval training or HIIT. It is of major importance that health care professionals make sure that the general public, as well as many contemporaries, get thoroughly educated about the superior health and fitness benefits of SIT, or "burst" training, as compared to low- to moderate-intensity continuous training...