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To Live Long, Exercise Rather Than Lose Weight

The secret to living a longer life has been sought by humanity for as long as we have roamed the earth. Dan Buettner found 5 “Blue Zones” across the world where people regularly lived to old age. Among Buettner’s findings were that people in those Blue Zones lived lifestyles that …

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Changing How Men View Spas With Cryotherapy

According to Grand View Research, the global medical spa industry is estimated to grow by a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 18% between 2018 and 2026. This research assumes that the demographics of the patients remain predominantly feminine. Spas are typically seen as the domain of women. The word …

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How To Take Care of Your Posture And Wellbeing

People generally have terrible posture. This is exacerbated by the sedentary nature of modern work. We spend most of our time sitting down, hunched over our computers or phones, straining our back muscles and resulting in musculoskeletal injuries or some feeling of discomfort, mental and visual fatigue and tingling in …

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Prominent Health and Fitness Author Partners With Registered Dietitian to Release Mom-Guilt-Free Wellness Platform: VitaMomClub

Innovative Mother-Centric Platform Announces Launch–Created by Moms, for Moms. Park City, Utah, July 21, 2021— Carrie Myers and Ashley Wentworth, MS, RD, LD, have joined forces to launch VitaMomClub, a subscription service that delivers high-quality, primarily vegan gummy vitamins and supplements directly to subscribers’ doors. Carrie and Ashley, both busy …

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How To Work Out Your Breathing

How To Work Out Your Breathing

Breathing exercises have been around for a long time, and many people swear on their effectiveness. Science Daily mentions a recent study from the University of Colorado at Boulder that claims that a 5-minute breathing workout could be as effective as aerobic exercise in managing circulatory problems. The breathing exercise …

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5 Health Benefits of Percussive Therapy

No matter if we’re working a stressful or physically demanding job that requires us to work long hours, participate in an athletic activity on a large scale, or even just a casual jogger, we all need some time for recovery. Our muscles eventually get tired, tense, and worn down over …

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Which Breads are Diabetic Friendly

Diabetes can often mean making significant changes in your life, and that often means abandoning or at least cutting back on some of the most delicious ingredients. Thanks to its high sugar content, many people with diabetes assume they can’t even eat bread. Fortunately, you can, just as long as …

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