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  Carbohydrates & Weight Loss
In recent years, carbohydrates have been a "taboo" word in many popular diet and weight loss programs. Are carbohydrates really that bad, and are they the real villan in your diet? Find out five important ways that complex carbohydrate foods help your body naturally attain and maintain your ideal weight. More
 

Exercise & Preventing Disease
Lifestyle changes, including daily exercise are becoming standard treatments for an increasing number of ailments. Get the low-down on more than ten common conditions which exercise can readily prevent or cure. More

 

The Fat Perspective
Why are so many people worried about fat? Find out about good fats and bad fats. Together with other nutrients, fats have the ability to prevent some of the most common diseases such as heart disease, cancer and Type II diabetes. You may be shocked to learn more about what kinds of fat are actually beneficial for your body. More

 

You're Never Too Old to Get Fit
It can be difficult for older adults to begin new exercise programs. Often, they fear injury or are alienated by youth-oriented gyms and fitness centers. But exercising can be the single most important thing adults of any age can do to improve their health. You're never too old to start a fitness program guided for your age group. More

 

Keep Kids Fit...Not Fat
The National Institutes of Health (NIH) says about 55 percent of adults are overweight or obese, up from 43 percent in 1960.  Much of this can be attributed to poor habits in their youth.Kids shouldn't wait till they grow up to start exercising and eating right. More

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