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Should You Be Counting Calories?

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What is Calorie? A calorie is the quantity of heat required to raise the temperature of 1 gram of water by 1 degree Celsius, in another words a calorie is a measure of heat energy. When food is burned, it releases a certain amount of heat (energy), depending on the type of food, for example; Fat has more calories (9 calories per gram) than Carbohydrates (4 calories per gram). The more calories that are in the food, the more energy … Read More


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Most people out there go through life not knowing what foods are good for them and how to eat them. When they decide that their bodies have had enough of junk food (this generally happens when their clothes don’t fit them anymore or when one of the dreaded disease’s strike), they say to themselves that it is now time to go on a diet and become rabbits, they live of salads, some may try an all fruit diet. This type … Read More


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There are numerous medical conditions and health related problems that can be alleviated by exercise and these are the most significant ones: Allergies – Exercise is one of the body’s most efficient ways to control nasal congestion. Angina – Aerobic exercise dilates vessels, increasing blood flow thereby improving the body’s ability to extract oxygen from the blood stream. Anxiety – Exercise triggers the release of mood altering chemicals in the brain. Arthritis – Exercise induces the manufacture of synovial fluid, … Read More

Why Is Water Important And How Much Should We Drink?

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Water makes up 75% of your total body weight, losing 10% of water can make you sick and losing 20% can kill you. Water is responsible for every bodily function known to man. Blood is made up 90% water which makes the transportation of nutrients and energy to all parts of the body possible and the transportation of metabolic waste out of the body through your kidneys. Temperature regulation in the body is controlled by water; water assists your digestive … Read More

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