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"People who worked out more than 100 days throughout the year had a 30 percent reduction in sick days." Training, Feb 2003

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There is a powerful link between your activity level and eating habits. By making healthy food choices and becoming more physically active, you can feel better, improve your health and achieve and maintain a healty weight.

One way to start is at "point of purchase" otherwise known as the grocery store. If your not reading and understanding food labels you might be getting more calories than you wanted.

 

The time is now to make healthy changes

Q. My mother had osteoporosis, is there a chance that I could develop it?

A. There's a good chance you could develop it too. One out of every two women over the age of 50 will have an osteoporosis-related fracture. Factors that increase a woman's risk of developing osteoporosis can include:

  • small frame
  • Menopause
  • A diet low in calcium


 

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Blood Pressure and Exercise
It is considered unsafe for a person with uncontrolled hypertension to excerise. Reduction of high blood pressure has been show to be associated with a reduction in the frequence of strokes. Consequently, it should be brought under control prior to starting a vigorous exercise program. This is the reponsibility of the person's personal physician. It has been recommended that a person not begin exercise if the resting blood pressure is higher than 160/100.

 

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Recognizing Celiac Disease

Celiac disease, also known as gluten intolerance, used to be considered a rare digestive disorder. People with celiac disease can't tolerate gluten - a certain protein found in wheat, barley, rye and perhaps oats.
New research is showing that the prevalence of celiac disease is much higher than previously thought - its found in about 3 out of every 400 people.
Reading food labels is crucial if you are gluten intolerant. These are some of the ingredients that indicate gluten is present in a food:
Emulsifiers,Stablizers and Thickeners

Barley, Wheat, Rye Kamut and Oat

Flour, self-rising flour, Graham flour, and Gluten flour

Food Starch, Hydrolyzed Vegetable Protein (HVP), Malt or Malt flavorings

Symptons of celiac disease include weakness, appetite loss, chronic diarrhea and abdominal cramps and bloating.
If you have any of these symptoms, contact your physician for a diagnosis because they could also be due to other causes.

 

 

 

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"People who worked out more than 100 days throughout the year had a 30 percent reduction in sick days." Training, Feb 2003