Month: October 2013

Stress and Exercise

Stress and Exercise So, what is stress? Stress is the combination of a stressor that has the potential to cause stress combined with a negative stress reaction. To clarify, you can experience a stressor but it will not become stressful if you choose to have a positive reaction to it, such as trying to see …
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Fish Oil and Kiddo’s

Fish Oil is often a supplement recommended for adults but it also plays a role in the development of the child and adolescent brain. Studies show that consumption of Omega-3’s (which is an anti-inflammatory) by children actually helps not only with ADHD but also helps increase cognition, focus, vision quality, mood and well-being, allergies, and …
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Fish Oil Avoidance

I know for a fact you are aware of the amazing health benefits offered by taking fish oil supplements. They can lower your blood pressure and decrease your risk of many diseases including heart disease, osteoporosis, rheumatoid arthritis, and cancer of the breast, colon and prostate. Omega 3 also improves concentration, fertility and reduces depression. …
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I Dare You To Work (out) with your Spouse

You may have read my last article on Working With Your Spouse….well time to add to it.  To sum up the last article, here is a quote from it:  “Working with a spouse is generally not an easy thing to accomplish, and you should set clear ground rules before working together. Even the happiest of …
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Rhabdo? More like RhabDON’T!

“I feel very lucky to have found Crossfit Eminence, a gym that cares enough about its members to lay all the risks on the table and work to educate and train to minimize those risks.” Rhabdomyolysis. It’s not the name of a sweet new metal band, but maybe it should be… The name literally means: …
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