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  1. Beet The Blood Pressure Game

    Beets – you either seem to love them or hate them. But there’s good reason to reconsider your opposition to beets if you fall in the latter camp -- drinking one cup of nitrate-rich beet juice each day significantly lowered blood pressure in people with hypertension, according to a new report.

    Over the course of 4 weeks, subjects' systolic blood pressure (the top number, which measures the pressure in arteries ...
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  2. Work Out with Me LIVE on May 19th… On Your Computer or In Person

    DEAL ALERT!

    On Tuesday, May 19th I’m offering a comprehensive clinic on how to increase effectiveness of any T-Tapp workout without increasing repetitions, sets or adding weights both live and over the web. I’ll show you how to improve full fiber muscle activation of multiple muscles and how to increase neuro-kinetic connection from mind-to-muscle (this is the reason T-Tapp is so different and it’s the foundation ...

    Updated 05-01-2015 at 09:30 AM by lauren

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  3. Taming the Sweet Tiger

    I wish there was a magic bullet that could retrain everyone’s taste buds! Sadly there isn’t.

    I was reading an article on John Douillard’s web site about new research out from the journal Nature. Mice were given artificial sweeteners saccharin, sucralose (aka Splenda) or aspartame (aka Equal) and in each group there were significant increases in blood sugar levels and the mice gained weight. These are supposed ...
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  4. The Cheapest Exercise There Is!

    The most inexpensive and one of the best ways to fit in fitness is walking! You don’t need fancy equipment or special clothes (although a good supportive shoe is helpful) to do it and new research reveals that all it takes to live longer is a brisk 20 minute walk each day. Furthermore, a new study of more than 334,000 people published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition revealed that even small increases in ...
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  5. The Inside Truth: The “vitie” that isn’t really – but it will make you mighty

    It’s time to let the sun shine in and illuminate the truth – every day new research comes to light showing how vitamin D can help stave off depression, diabetes, heart disease and some types of cancer.

    Now a study of roughly 400 healthy adults has found that vitamin D might also improve physical strength, possibly by preventing muscle fibers from atrophying. Researchers discovered that high D levels are ...
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