10 Fitness Routines That Prove You Don’t Need a Gym to Workout

The best gym training program planned out by a highly trained gym instructor is probably the best way to get into shape. Pricey, high-end exercise equipment, weights galore, group classes, and personal trainers can work wonders. But it’s not all wine and roses. (Actually, your trainer might not allow you wine anyway!) Gyms and fitness training programs can

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10 Celebs Who Have Type 2 Diabetes

Commonly known as adult-onset diabetes or noninsulin-dependent diabetes, type 2 diabetes is a condition by which your body doesn’t produce enough insulin on its own to regulate glucose levels in the body, or alternately, resists the effects of the insulin you produce, affecting the movement of glucose into cells. It’s a common misconception that this

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7 Ways to Cut Through the Clutter and Lead a Productive Life

Most of us deal with a lot of personal baggage, or detritus, or bull, or whatever you want to call it. This is the stuff that clutters up your mental space and drags you down. Maybe your clutter revolves around a stressful work environment or an unfulfilling job. It might have to do with difficulties

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10 Fitness Routines That Prove You Don’t Need a Gym to Workout

The best gym training program planned out by a highly trained gym instructor is probably the best way to get into shape. Pricey, high-end exercise equipment, weights galore, group classes, and personal trainers can work wonders. But it’s not all wine and roses. (Actually, your trainer might not allow you wine anyway!) Gyms and fitness training programs can

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20 Filling Foods for Weight Loss

Ever battled with an unwanted, expanding tummy? We all have! At any age, the scale can become your enemy; particularly in the modern world where many of us seem to spend our days sat down—driving, behind a desk, on our phones—or rushing around mindlessly without much of a chance to do proper exercise. If you’re

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17 Foods Perfect for Meal Prepping Because They Actually Last All Week

I’m not going to lie – meal prep can be tough. Sure, I love to eat healthy and balanced meals, but all the time and effort put into deciding on meals at the beginning of the week, going to the store, and then prepping food is a pain. Plus, there is the added waste when

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How to Manage Atrial Fibrillation

Atrial fibrillation, also known as AFib or AF, consists of arrhythmia, or an irregular heartbeat, including a quivering or fluttering feeling. This is brought on by electrical impulses in the atria (upper heart chambers) firing abnormally. These symptoms can be uncomfortable, as can the dizziness, fatigue, shortness of breath, and even chest pain or pressure

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What Does Your Body Shape Say About You?

We all know that our body shape is partly based on hereditary factors, and partly on lifestyle, including diet and exercise. However, it often seems that our bodies have a preferred shape, and a size/weight at which they’re comfortable. Our bodies also change as we age, and hormones can play a role, as well. What

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15 Celebrity Diets That Helped Them Lose Weight

Celebs are expected to stay in perfect form, whether they’re gracing the silver screen or baring their abs on a beach in Bora Bora. While the wealthy elite can often afford amenities like personal trainers and private chefs, they’re not immune to cravings for delicious quarter pounders and Oreo cookies. As a result, plenty of

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Eat and Lose Weight: 10 Foods That Help With Weight Loss

It seems like losing weight often revolves around the many foods you’re no longer allowed to eat, but there’s more to successful dieting than deprivation. You also need to know which foods are going to provide the greatest weight loss benefits. Certain foods fill you up faster, keep you full longer, and leave you feeling

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15 Quick and Healthy Mason Jar Recipes for Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner

Everything old is new, and mason jars, once a staple of home canning and jamming, have seen a resurgence thanks to layered recipes that allow for easy meal planning. All you have to do is prep a handful of mason jars to enjoy quick-grab meals all week. Here are a few simple recipes for breakfast,

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10 Healthy Breakfast Recipes

If breakfast is the most important meal of the day, why are you phoning it in with sugary cereal that offers little nutritional value and leaves you heading for the vending machine for a mid-morning snack? A healthy breakfast gives you energy, satisfies you longer, and starts your day right. The best news, though, is

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15 Pictures to See Which Muscles You’re Stretching

Our bodies were designed for movement, but while primitive man spent most of his day hunting, gathering, and moving about, modern man spends the vast majority of his waking hours sitting in front of a computer or television. Even if you’re the type that likes to work in daily exercise, chances aren’t you aren’t moving

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10 Best Books to Improve Your Health and Happiness

We lead busy lives, with untold demands on our time. It’s easy to see why modern adults suffer so much stress, anxiety, sleeplessness, and health problems, but unfortunately, it’s also a self-fulfilling prophecy. We don’t have time to address the many problems that plague us, and so our problems are fated to continue or even

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A Basic Guide to Dietary Vitamins

Many of the vitamins and nutrients our bodies need come from the foods we ingest. Unfortunately, even a healthy and balanced diet may not be enough to provide adequate quantities of key nutrients, which is why so many people add a daily vitamin supplement to their healthcare regimen. How do you know what you should

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7 Ways to Stop Anxiety

There are many ways to describe anxiety. Some refer to it as butterflies in the stomach. Some call it sweating bullets. Nervous. Jittery. Restless. Overwrought. Whatever descriptors you use, however, anxiety can cause you to suffer in a variety of ways, including sweating, nausea, elevated heart rate, palpitations, insomnia, fatigue, irritability, inability to focus, muscle

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5 Foods You Shouldn’t Feed Your Dog

We’ve all seen movies where impish children let the family dog finish up their plate of unwanted green vegetables. It’s a classic movie gag, but there can be serious, potentially deadly, consequences that even the most responsible and caring dog owner might not be aware of. In many home, dogs are allowed to lick plates, eat

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The 10 “Must-Haves” To Be Successful While Working at Home

Whether you’re a remote employee who telecommutes or someone starting and growing your own business, there’s a lot to be said for working from home. Got decent WiFi, a printer and some basic office supplies, a coffee machine, and a flexible boss? Well then, you can pretty much set yourself up to work from home!

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10 Yoga Tips to Help Stop Anxiety

Generalized anxiety has become fairly common in this day and age, with all of us moving at Mach speed to squeeze too many obligations into every day. However, whether you suffer from a general feeling of anxiety most of the time or you’ve been diagnosed with an anxiety disorder, you’ll find that over time anxiety

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10 Uses for Essential Oils

Natural, essential oils are derived from a variety of plants and they are best known for their strong fragrance, characteristic of the plants they represent. However, there’s a lot more to essential oils than scent – in fact, they’ve been used for thousands of years for a variety of purposes due to the many beneficial

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