September 2017

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Leg Exercises Safe For Pregnancy

Insulation requirements during exercise at different effective air temperatures (a) and the effects of different wind speeds on the effective air temperatures at different ambient air temperatures (AAT) (b). Exposed flesh Extreme Bitter Very Cold freezes cold cold cold for the predicted rate of energy expenditure in the expected environmental conditions and keeping the clothing […] Read more

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Pilates Mat Exercises

TEMPERATURE REGULATION WHEN RUNNING IN THE COLD The essential problem encountered during hot-weather running is the dissipation of sufficient heat to prevent heat storage and a dangerous rise in body temperature. When running in extreme cold, the critical danger is that the rate of heat loss from the body may exceed the rate of body […] Read more

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Yoga Poses Explained

Sponging As the skin temperature rises, it causes blood to pool in the veins of the arms and legs. This is because the elevated skin temperature “paralyzes” the veins, which dilate and soon fill with a large volume of blood. This blood is effectively lost from the circulation and can only be returned to the […] Read more

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BERRIES For Lose Weight

BERRIES For Lose Weight Berries of the Rubus family include: blackberry, boysenberry, dewberry, cloudberry, loganberry, raspberry and wineberry. The loganberry and raspberry are the most popular commercially grown Rubus berries. Red berries contain phytochemicals: lycopene and anthocyanins. Lycopene is a very potent antioxidant, plus it helps protect against skin damage from sunlight. The blue, purple […] Read more



BLUEBERRIES Diet Blueberries, bilberry and cranberry belong to the family Vaccinium. These berries contain a remarkable supply of antioxidants, more specifically phytonutrients or anthocyanins. These are in the blue-red pigment of the fruit. They promote a reduction of free radicals that can damage cell structure causing conditions such as heart disease, glaucoma and cataracts. Blueberries […] Read more

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BANANA For Lose Weight

BANANA For Lose Weight Bananas are big in carbohydrate value with a low 89 calorie value and only 0.3g of fat per 100g; therefore, you can eat them all day long and never put on weight. Due to the fact that bananas are mainly eaten raw, the full value of the potassium content (370mg, or […] Read more

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FIGS Will Help To Weight Loss

FIGS Will Help To Weight Loss Figs provide more minerals than dates, with a far lower GI index. Figs are the best fruit source of calcium (162mg; fresh figs 35mg). For a totally huge calcium treat, dip figs into tahini. Figs also provide an abundance of potassium (680mg) and this improves calcium balance; especially for […] Read more

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AVOCADO For Lose Weight

AVOCADO For Lose Weight The avocado is fruit from a tree that belongs to the Laurel family (Lauraceae), the Persea Americana. The Aztecs originally cultivated the avocado. Now there are numerous varieties throughout the world. The Hass and Fuerte are common varieties, plus the Gwen, Bacon, Pinkerton, Zutano and Reed. Avocados provide a small amount […] Read more

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PUMPKINS Can Help You Lose Weight

PUMPKINS Can Help You Lose Weight Pumpkins are related to the melon and marrow family, the Cucurbitaceae, all of which seem to spread themselves throughout home gardens and entire paddocks. For full flavour, the pumpkin flesh needs to be a bright orange and this also indicates a maximum supply of vitamin A and carotenoids (1600-7000 […] Read more

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Yoga Pose For Constipation

The Role of Arm Training and Cross-Training for Activities That Involve Mainly the Legs Part of the accepted dogma of training is that all training is absolutely specific. Thus it is believed that the greatest benefit is achieved if one trains only in the specific activity in which one wishes to compete (Clausen, 1977). While […] Read more