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Dieting

5 Reasons Why You Should Stop Counting Calories

Calories are the so-called fuel that is used by the body for bodily functions such as maintaining regular heart rate, contracting the muscles, and even blinking the eyelids, among other things. All food items have corresponding calories attached to it. But when taken in excess, calories can become a problem. Too much caloric intake is […]

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Health

The Real Relationship between Food and Sleep Quality

Sleep and food two different things, but are both needed by the body to keep us alive and sustainable. Despite their differences, there are already numerous studies that prove the influence of sleep (or the lack of it) over food. But is the same thing true in vice versa? According to a study made by […]

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Dieting

The Battle of the Keto: Modified Atkins vs. Standard Keto

The ketogenic diet has indeed gone a long way from being a prescription diet for epileptic patients. Now, weight loss dieters, bodybuilders, and athletes use keto diet to enhance their performance further and decrease carbohydrates on their food. But not everyone prefers the strictness of the ketogenic diet. After all, who wouldn’t love to have […]

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Exercise

Yoga vs. Pilates: Is One Better Than the Other?

Most people who are only starting out on their exercise routine would opt to hit the gym first to see if they can sustain the habit. However, there are some who can’t do so for a variety of reasons, including the fact that most gym exercises bore them to death after weeks of doing them. […]

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Information

Are Pills the Culprit of Your Weight Gain?

Pills are the most go-to preventive measures by women who want to take control of their chances to have children. It offers less pain, fewer visits to the doctor, and it requires no surgical procedure. According to a statistical report published by Guttmacher Institute, pills, and other birth control methods for that matter, are being […]

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Dieting

Intermittent Fasting vs. Keto Diet: Who Wins?

Fad diets have gained a bad rep throughout the century because of its overly dramatic yet dangerous results, too-good-to-be-true promises, and the craziness of the method. Despite the ridiculousness of most of them (like the tapeworm diet that requires you to ingest tapeworm eggs and let it thrive in your intestines for years), there are […]

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Weight Loss

Why Many People Plateau On Their Diet

Why Many People Plateau on Their Diet

So after days (or weeks) of finally deciding to make your “I will start dieting tomorrow!” reality, you cut back on your portions bit by bit. You start making healthier food options (salad with ranch dressing or vinaigrette?). You try to hit the gym at least three times a week. And as months pass by, […]

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Weight Loss

10 Hidden Secrets To Weight Loss

10 Hidden Secrets To Weight Loss

Weight loss doesn’t happen overnight and is a journey. It requires research, effort, and a positive mindset to see results. If not, you’re going to be left in a vicious cycle where weight is gained and lost without progress. Many people rely on weight loss products with the goal that it will be the “magic-solution” to […]

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Health

How Health Is Marketed In The U.S.

How Health Is Marketed In The U.S.

When it comes to health, people, young and old alike, are willing to invest on it. After all, health is wealth. You cannot move, navigate, and work through your task if your health is not at its best. And we are not just talking about physical health, but also mental, emotional, and spiritual health. And […]

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Exercise

Exercise at Work: 5 Things Your Can Do By Your Desk

Exercise at Work 5 Things Your Can Do By Your Desk

The benefits of exercise are well-documented. Same thing with the consequences of a sedentary lifestyle. And yet, most people are still able to find excuses not to do it. The most common reason? Work. Back in the prehistoric times until the Industrial revolution, work equates to muscle-pain-inducing manual labor. The expression “break a sweat,” when […]

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