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Hormones and Weight Loss

hormones and weight gain

Hormones and Weight Loss     Hormone Health and Weight Loss Hormones and Weight Loss go hand in hand. Your body makes hormones in response to the foods you eat, the activities you do and even the thoughts and emotions you feel. Your hormone health and weight loss goals depend on which hormones are being produced in your body. Produce the right type like human growth hormone and thyroid stimulating hormones and you lose weight …

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What is Runners Knee

what is runners knee

What is Runner’s Knee?     Runner’s Knee Symptoms What is Runner’s Knee? Runners Knee (also referred to as Patellofemoral Pain Syndrome or Patellofemoral Stress Syndrome in medical terms) is probably the most common cause of knee pain, particularly in teen agers and young adults. It also affects athletes and “weekend warriors” who love the competitive edge and sometimes overexert themselves in the quest to be the best of class. Although it can happen to anyone …

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Healthy Snack Bars

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Healthy Snack Bars     Organic Protein Bars Healthy Snack Bars and Organic Protein Bars. Whether you’re looking to lose weight, get fit or satisfy that hunger craving whole food nutrition bars can be just what the health doctor ordered. When you’re looking to build the best looking and feeling body you’ve ever had, it makes a lot of sense to not put junk in your tank. Choosing whole foods that are raw and cold …

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Natural Fitness Training Secrets

Learn Why That “Beer Belly” is Far More DEADLY Than You Realize   The Hidden Dangers of Your Excess Abdominal Fat – It’s More Serious Than a Vanity Issue! by Mike Geary, Certified Nutrition Specialist, Certified Personal Trainer       Did you know that the vast majority of people in this day and age have excess abdominal fat? The first thing that most people think of is that their extra abdominal fat is simply …

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