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May 25, 2015
Always Warm Up and Cool Down

When you're pressed for time, don't make these common mistakes: Skipping your warm up and cool down. According to fitness experts, a dynamic movement, such as jumping jacks, is a great warm-up exercise. To cool down, simply walk in place and then finish by doing some simple stretches.

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May 18, 2015
Now You're Cooking!

According to Mark Hyman, MD, author of The Blood Sugar Solution 10-Day Detox Diet Cookbook, one of the best ways to control what you eat is to cook your own food. The biggest benefits of this one lifestyle change is that by cooking you avoid the added sugar, salt and fat found is packaged food.

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May 11, 2015
Smart Exercise Snack Foods

Many fitness experts suggest you have a snack 10 minutes or so before you begin exercising. Here are a few of the food choices they recommend: Dried fruit, such as raisins, a banana, a handful of berries, natural yogurt with a little honey, or a 100- to 200-calorie sports drink or gel.

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May 04, 2015
Time for Fitness

Ever wonder when you should eat if you're going to work out? According to fitness experts Dean Hodgkin and Caroline Pearce, authors of the book Better Body Workouts For Women, you should eat two to four hours before you begin to exercise to give your body enough time to digest your food.

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