Can Ray Lewis’ “Unfair Advantage”
Help You Lose Weight?
If you have even a passing interest in American football you’ve likely heard of Ray Lewis.
Following the Baltimore Raven’s Super Bowl XLVII win in New Orleans, Ray Lewis is now a newly retired two-time Super Bowl Champion linebacker with the team.
No stranger to… read more »
Today’s post is going to be quite different. And I’ll warn you right up front it might make you a little uncomfortable.
In fact, I’ll go so far as to say if you’ve believed your whole life that the government will always be there to take care of you…
…that there’s nothing… read more »
It should come as no surprise that losing weight and getting fit are nearly always among the top 10 New Year’s resolutions that Americans make every year. They’re goals that the majority of us strive toward, but precious few actually reach …
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Ever feel like anything you do makes you fat?
You might have to add sleep to that growing list…
Don’t get me wrong. Sleep is important for both good health and keeping weight off.
In fact, a large-scale study published in the American Journal of Epidemiology showed that women who got only five… read more »
Ever since the horrific school shooting at the Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, CT, debate has raged on both sides of the gun control issue about the failure to protect our children.
Various proposals to ban assault weapons, ban large capacity magazines and eliminate gun registration “loopholes” seem to be… read more »
While the American Heart Association recommends Americans consume no more than 9.5 teaspoons of sugar a day, the average adult eats 22.
The average child? 32.[i]
We probably don’t have to tell you that all of this sugar is not only adding to our waistlines, it’s also been linked to numerous chronic… read more »
Soda is full of high-fructose corn syrup and not much else, which means it’s a source of empty calories that you’re better off without.
But you know this already, right?
Here’s what you may not know:
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About one in 10 U.S. adults are struggling with depression, but the go-to treatment, antidepressants, are estimated to work in in less than half of those who take them (and some studies have found they work no better than a placebo).
This means that a lot of people with depression are… read more »
From Plastic Wrap to Pyrex, What’s Best?
New research is constantly discovering new causes of the world’s most deadly diseases – and more often than most people realize, it is due to poor choices in food storage.
Every day, it seems that leached Bisphenol A (BPA) or Polyvinyl Chloride (PVC) is proven… read more »
It’s easy to take your wrists for granted, that is, until you have wrist pain. Then the dull throbbing ache or sharp, stabbing pain that occurs every time you try to brush your teeth, chop carrots for dinner, type on your computer or do countless other routine activities in a… read more »