‘Exercise Pill’ May Build Muscle, Boost Athletic Performance & Lower Cholesterol Levels (VIDEO)
Ninety percent of those in the study exercise regularly. “They’re the biggest losers across the nation,” Kelly said. “And the No. 1 thing they did was exercise on a regular basis. Many simply through walking.” Harper said he values working with people who have gotten far off the diet and fitness track more than the celebrity status conferred upon him by reality TV.
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Exercise Is Medicinal
If there is a park near by, walk over and do some stretching exercises in the fresh air. Youll still have plenty of time to eat. Just brown bag a sandwich, an apple and a bottle of water. Use the Stairs Whenever the opportunity arises, take the stairs instead of the elevator. If you work in a high rise it would not be practical to walk up 10 flights of stairs, but you can walk 3 flights and use the elevator for the rest.
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You did listen in those undergrad nutrition classes.) What may surprise you, however, is that many of the claims and numbers — “low-fat,” “no fat,” “sugar-free” — can woo you towards products that aren’t necessarily as healthy as they sound. Case in point: “Low-fat” usually means less than 30 percent of your daily calories from fat, however, the same product might be jam-packed with sugar and additives to make up for, you know, the cardboard taste. Same goes for most sugar-free foods: additive city. Sorry kids, but your best plan of attack is sticking to foods that are naturally low in fat or sugar — for example, leafy greens — so you won’t get stuck with mystery ingredients you didn’t expect.
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Exercise for busy women (Video)
My advice My advice for a healthy life is to get out and be active: Get back on a bicycle, jump in the pool, battle the ocean waves, pick up a paddle, jog through the park, or pick up a racket. Think of it as investing in what I call a “health pension” — investment in your health now for the years ahead. It could be the best thing you can do for your future. And take your friends and family. Enjoy staying healthy and live longer by being active. The power of exercise is that it can turn on YOUR genes-genes that help defend against disease and the aging process. Remember: Exercise is medicinal.
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