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The Mind Quits Before the Body Breaks

While athletes spend much of their attention training their bodies, many successful players and coaches realize the importance of mental preparation. For example, former University of Illinois basketball coach, Lou Henson, utilized visualization sessions to teach offensive plays to his squad, and Adams State's successful...

Reduce Acid Reflux with Exercise

While it may seem counter-intuitive, exercise may actually reduce chronic acid reflux. A recent article in the New York Times points to studies that found short bursts of moderate exercise lowers the risk of gastroesophageal reflux disease, also known as GERD. By reducing body mass index, a...

Sometimes the Sun Don’t Shine

A major source for our daily intake of vitamin D comes from the rays of the sun. However, for black teenagers in sunny Georgia, this is simply not the case. In a recent study, 95% of the 44 black teens who took part in the...

Getting to the Gym May Not Be Enough

Like most of us, you probably have a job that doesn't require a lot of physical output or energy. To compensate, like most of us, you head to the gym several days a week to get some exercise and get the body moving. That's great, but...

Sometimes It’s Good to be Blue

Contrary to its name, the blueberry is actually meant to make you enjoy a more fruitful life. This superfruit’s strong presence of dietary fiber, vitamin C, manganese, and antioxidants make the tiny berry pack a powerful nutritional punch. Blueberries help the body stand against the test...

Food Color and Nutrition

Nutrition experts suggest you include a variety of colorful fruits and vegetables in your diet for maximum health benefits.   Scientists have been researching the compounds and phytochemicals that give fruits and vegetables their color to learn which one are best included in a healthy diet. Red, blue and...

Take a Close Look at the Calories You’re Drinking

Looking to up your race pace by dropping some weight?  Take a close look at the calories in your beverages.  Twenty percent of the calories in the average American’s diet now come from supersized beverages. Cutting calories by watching what you drink is one of...

Today’s Produce Lacks Vital Nutrients

Prevention magazine reports that “conventionally grown produce isn't as healthful as it was 30 years ago - and it's only getting worse.”  Researchers are finding that our produce is losing its nutrients – in the 43 fruits and vegetables tested, levels of vitamins and minerals...

The Benefits of Seabuckthorn

Nature usually offers hidden emergency resources in life threatening places. One only has to think of a coconut, the quintessential castaway fruit, as an example of mother earth looking out for the deserted. Like the coconut,seabuckthorn typically grows in barren locations such as the mountainous regions...

Surprising Nutritional Differences Between the Sexes

It's generally accepted in the scientific community that women's nutritional needs are different than those of men. Albeit, it's minor and arguably most extreme during pregnancy and post-natal, but in the end women and men have slightly different needs for nutrients. The latest research published in Medicine...