Am I Eating Enough Potassium?

If you’re eating a healthy diet every day with multiple servings of fruits, vegetables and legumes you’re most likely getting enough potassium. But in my 20 years of experience as a personal trainer I have only seen about 10% of my new clients eating enough potassium. Only a small portion of the American population is […]

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What are the Major Reasons for Not Getting the H1N1 Vaccine?

What are the Major Reasons for Not Getting the H1N1 Vaccine? As of October 2, 2009, 60% of all adults are not “absolutely certain” that they will get the H1N1 vaccine, according to a survey conducted by the Harvard School of Public Health (HSPH). For a complete copy of the survey click here: Harvard School […]

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Healthy Affordable Foods

Eating whole natural foods can be healthy and affordable.  Not only are processed foods high in calories, they are also expensive.  If you look at the nutritional content of processed foods you are paying a fortune for empty calories like sugar, sodium and unhealthy fat.  If you try to spend the least amount of money […]

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Athletes in Their 40’s

I will never forget the feeling of weight lifting and playing sports when I was in my twenties. Nothing hurt; I could go all out without any concern of hurting myself. When I see these young kids in the gym training or when watching sports on TV, it’s disconcerting to me how age can take […]

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Can a Sexual Transmitted Infection Give You Prostate Cancer?

Can a Sexual Transmitted Infection Give You Prostate Cancer? A new study found a link between prostate cancer and a common sexual infection. The Harvard School of Public Health and Brigham & Women’s Hospital reported finding a connection between a sexually transmitted infection called Trichomonas Vaginalis and aggressive prostate cancer. This is a big deal […]

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