Good Nutrition When Working From Home

by Digital Bloggers Home Based Business, Health and Fitness, Self Improvement
Working from home has lots of advantages, like avoiding traffic jams, being able to wear your pajamas to the office, and playing whatever music you want without your coworkers complaining. However, a huge disadvantage of working from home is that your desk is dangerously close to the pantry, making it easy to reach for the chips and cookies throughout your work day. Fortunately, we’ve got five easy, work-from-home nutrition tips that you can incorporate into your home work day today. ...
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The Beginning

by Ted Telemaque Internet and Businesses Online, Health and Fitness, Self Improvement
Hello and great day to all, My name is Ted Telemaque and I am from Long Beach,CA. I am a normal man who loves Health and Fitness, improving one-self by meditation, as well as learning what the Internet Business has to offer so I can create more time to spend with my son and travel our wonderful world. I worked in all types of fields such as an Alarm Technician, Military for 6 years and two tours to (Iraq, Afghanistan) , ...
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Two Exercises That Can Help Prevent Lower Back Injuries

by Donna Dekker Health and Fitness, Recreation and Sports, Self Improvement
As a former Personal Trainer, I noticed many people who injured their lower back did so when doing a movement that included a slight twist at the waist For example: Bending down with a slight twist to pick something up off the floor Reaching up with a slight twist to grab something from a high shelf These kinds of actions typically occur when working outside in the garden, playing with the kids or grandkids, and performing tasks at work As we age our movements can become ...
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Make Success Inevitable.

by Efrain Herrera Business, Home Based Business, Internet and Businesses Online, Health and Fitness, Recreation and Sports, Self Improvement, Reference and Education, Writing and Speaking
There is one point in our lives in which we question our capability to achieve our goals, ironically enough this doubt often comes because you may simply believe that ‘you are not winning enough’. Once this self-doubt knocks on the door of our consciousness two things happen, one is that you fall into the spiral of self-doubt and failure, or you refuse to accept that believe, and you continue your journey towards your goal. What no one ever says is ...
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Active Stem - My 90 Day Trial - Week 5

by Donna Dekker Health and Fitness, Self Improvement, Shopping and Product Reviews
I have been taking Active Stem every day for 36 days so here is my Week 5 update. Check out these links to view previous weekly updates as well as my introduction blog which gives you the basics of what Active Stem is all about.  Active Stem Intro Blog Week 1 Update Week 2 Update Week 3 Update Week 4 Update 
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Kidney Failure the Journey Begins

by Eddie and DeeDee Tomihama Health and Fitness
The Journey begins with not knowing what was causing the pain that I was experiencing in the abdominal area. Fear and anxiety begin to set in and a doctor visit is imperative. My initial visits to my primary doctor who tested for Diabetes, Heart and various other suspect reasons were pinpointed. Dr. Dang's conclusion from a series of blood tests showed symptoms of Kidney Failure and he referred me to a Nephrologist. High Blood Pressure The Nephrologist who will remain unnamed prescribed ...
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Medication That Causes Harm

by Tina Twyford Health and Fitness, Self Improvement, Reference and Education
Do you feel that you need to keep going to see your Doctor because you are feeling unwell? What do they do? They give you some more tablets. I was a nurse for about 30 years and most of my time was spent in the Emergency Department.    So many times I saw elderly people come into the department because they were really unwell and their own Doctor didn't know what else to do for them.  Now we had some really good Doctors working ...
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Autism, What are the possible causes of autism?

by Zubair Shaikh Health and Fitness
Autism is an extremely capricious subject amongst many people today. Nobody seems to know why that (according to Autismspeaks.org) spectrum disorders are now affecting approximately 1 in 68 children and 1 in 42 boys in the United States alone. It would be imprudent for us to continue to blindly accept that these children were somehow just mysteriously born with this disorder. Currently, there is no official medical detection or cure for autism. There are many parents and concerned scientists and ...
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Island Girl in the Real world - What hurts the most

by Danielle Yon Relationships, Health and Fitness, Self Improvement
Isn't it hard to come to the reality of hurt?   But what is it that hurts us the most? People hurt us, yes.  But is it because they choose to hurt us, or because we allow them to hurt us.   Or what about loss?  What about failure?  What about never having the life that one desires? I believe that what hurts mankind the most is truth. I look at my life and I find it easier to talk to people about ...
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Things you should know about your immune system

by James Swindells Health and Fitness
Your immune system protects you from a variety of foreign invaders and if it is well maintained can combat the majority of things that is thrown at it. But sometimes it gets weakened and that’s generally when we get ill. So I want to cover a few things you can do to keep a strong immune system and as usual I’ll be giving my pragmatic, multi-faceted approach. So what you put in your body physically, psychological and spiritually all has an ...
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An Exercise To Help Prevent Lower Back Injuries

by Donna Dekker Health and Fitness, Self Improvement
Working in a Fitness Centre saw me forming relationships with many of the regular clients. It was hard not to miss regular clients who had not visited the center for a while. The most common reason clients over the age of 40 took time off exercising was due to the fact they had suffered an injury with the most common injury being one of the lower back. Believe it or not The clients who injured their lower backs never did so whilst exercising More ...
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Kidney Failure the Fears and Trials

by Eddie and DeeDee Tomihama Health and Fitness
Hi there, my name is Eddie Tomihama, and I am a Father, Grandfather, and Caregiver to my wife DeeDee who is a Mother, Grandmother, a great cook and baker, a previous Dialysis Patient, Renal Cancer Survivor and a Kidney Transplant Recipient of 13 1/2 years. This is a story of our journey through the hardships and trials of handling the anxiety and confusion of learning that DeeDee had "End Stage Renal Disease." This is our first article in the attempt to ...
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Why Real Entrepreneurs Are Mentally Strong People

by Jan Olof Nilsson Internet and Businesses Online, Health and Fitness, Self Improvement
Are entrepreneurs mentally strong people or is it the other way around? We all are struggling with different things in life, and we all try our very best to be mentally strong people. But what does it mean to belong to the group of mentally strong people? After reading this article, you will have the answer that probably will change your attitude about how to be mentally strong. Probably you have your thoughts about what it takes as well as I had my ...
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Active Stem - My 90 Day Trial - Week 4

by Donna Dekker Health and Fitness, Self Improvement, Shopping and Product Reviews
I'm now 1/3 of the way through My Active Stem 90 Day Trial with this being Week 4. Here's a short video to share what I have noticed now that I have been consuming Active Stem every day for the past four weeks: Feel free to check out my previous weekly reviews using the links below as well as my introduction blog which gives a brief overview of what Active Stem is all about. I look forward to sharing another update with you ...
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How to Start Healthy Vegan Plant Based Diet.

by Michal Kloczkowski Health and Fitness, Food and Drink
Starting plant based diet is not easy. Especially if you are not use to eating vegetables or even worse you eat your breakfast or lunch at McDonald's. I would like you to look at few things from different angle. You have to understand the benefits of being vegan on plant based diet. More info here. It doesn’t mean that you have to like all vegetables only because you are starting new diet. Find yourself favourite vegan recipes. See the list of vegan ...
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10 Tips on How to live a fulfilling Life

by We Are Frank and Jill Health and Fitness, Self Improvement, Reference and Education
10 Tips on How to live a fulfilling Life How to live a fulfilling Life? What started as a simple question I asked myself, eventually ended up me creating this article to help you find answers to this or a similar question you might be thinking about as well. I would love to share what has helped me along my journey. Defining what a fulfilling Life means to you I started by defining what “a fulfilling life” really matters to me. It’s completely ...
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Stevia by any other name would taste as sweet

by Zubair Shaikh Health and Fitness
Stevia by any other name would taste as sweet Previously on Wellness blogs, we’ve discussed the harmful effects of sugar consumption. We’ve also shown the hard-to-access monk fruit as a wonderful zero-calorie sweetener. But what can we use as a sweetener that doesn’t have harmful effects and is easily available? Given the dual epidemics of diabetes and obesity, it’s a good thing that there’s a natural sweetener that has shown virtually no side effects with long-term usage. Unlike artificial sweeteners, stevia ...
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You Are Not Focused Enough

by Efrain Herrera Business, Home Based Business, Internet and Businesses Online, Relationships, Health and Fitness, Self Improvement, Home and Family, Reference and Education, Writing and Speaking
There is a point in everyone’s life where we have all experienced true focus, it could have been for an hour back in school, a day at work, a workout, and some may have even experienced long term focus; where your goal was clear and you were just working for it, until your focus drifted off. So, you went back to normal and your ego protects itself by stating that ‘well we have done it before, we can another time’, ...
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Want a Long, Healthy Life? Drink Your Breakfast.

by Jean Laguerre Health and Fitness, Self Improvement, Food and Drink
The old adage must be right. Breakfast is really the most important meal of the day, according to many studies that show that a healthy, nutrient-packed breakfast can improve your concentration and performance throughout the day. Even better, you can help out your health through a good first meal. Studies show that a good breakfast can impact your cholesterol levels and even your weight. However, many people are simply too busy for a well-rounded, healthy meal and end up settling for ...
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