I love the undo button! I take so many more chances with my computer because I know that if I mess something up its just a click away from going back to the way it was. Although our bodies arent quite so forgiving by undoing havoc we've wreaked from a bad weekend, or the college years, our bodies are incredible at healing and repairing. Some would go so far to say we have a "reset" button.
Sorry that this blog has come a little late. I had a little bit of a busy week and also a little under the weather. This week I would like to talk about how exercise can help limit your risk for Breast Cancer. As I talked about before there are many risk factors to breast cancer, some of which are beyond your control, such as medical history, age, and family history. There are however some risk factors you can control, such as weight, diet and exercise.
With regular exercise, you can help maintain a healthy weight and reduce stress.
Dr. Joseph Mercola.Physician and author
April 15, 2010 .
Many people interested in staying healthy have switched to agave as a safer "natural" sweetener. They want to avoid well documented dangerous sweeteners like HFCS (high fructose corn syrup) but are unaware that most agave is actually WORSE than HFCS.
This expose will offend many hard core natural health advocates because they have been convinced of the agave hype by companies that are promoting it.
Some have even criticized me for having "ulterior" motives. But nothing could be further from the truth.
FITNESS EXPECT CHALLENGES IDEA THAT STRENGTH TRAINING REDUCES FLEXIBILITY
Posted by Editor • August 5, 2010 •
The popular notion that strength training with weights makes a person less flexible may not be true, according to a study conducted at UND.
The research shows that strength training over a full range of muscles and joints can improve flexibility more than conventional static stretching, said Jim Whitehead, associate professor of Physical Education, Exercise Science and Wellness and supervisor of the graduate student who conducted the study.
Former graduate student Sam M