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Recently, in response to a comment I made about the calories in fruit juice, a friend said to me that fruit juice is “evil.” I am a philosopher who does a lot of ethics. So “evil” means something quite severe to me.
Question: Am I an Overpronator? How do I know whether I am an overpronator? What signs show that you need motion control shoes to correct overpronation?
Although selecting the best shoe for you may seem a bit overwhelming, in reality it's not all that difficult if you have an understanding of how your feet move, and how the technologies in running shoes work. How Feet Move
If you have a normal arch, you're likely a normal pronator, meaning you'll do best in a stability shoe that offers moderate pronation control.
When people think about how scientists can help them be better at sports, they're probably thinking about what cocktail of steroids they can take that won't show up on a urine test. After all, what else can a bunch of four-eyed nerds tell you about sports? Well, if you can fight the urge to pull their underwear over their heads, those eggheads might just have some (legal) tips for you, such as ...
American scientists found that mice regularly exposed to light at night became ‘depressed’ - showing less interest in doing ‘fun’ things, being less likely to explore new objects in their cages and not moving around as much.
A plethora of natural remedies can be implemented into your daily routine that will encourage hair growth. Such simple and inexpensive solutions to adding hair growth include knowing which foods to eat, which nutrients can benefit you, and how to handle your hair.
Sharpening the needle of concentration requires practice, as everything else in life.
You can prevent heart disease by following a heart-healthy lifestyle. Here are five strategies to help you protect your heart. By Mayo Clinic staff
A graphologist is conducting a study to find out whether handwriting can reveal the early signs of heart disease. Christina Strang, from Wiltshire, compared handwriting samples of 61 cardiac patients from Swindon with those of healthy people.
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Posted in: Exercise , Metabolism , Nutrition , Spotlight , Tips , Weight Loss , Weight Loss Tips Whether you’re trying to lose weight or just wanting to maintain your sleek physique, boosting your metabolism to a higher rate is always a good idea.
Adequate flexibility and strength of the hip, knee and calf improve your ability to properly perform knee exercises.