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5 Signs You’re Not Eating Enough Protein

Photo: Twenty20 If you’re a health-conscious individual or exercise on the reg, you’ve likely kept tabs on your protein intake at some point. After all, you need the macronutrient to build and repair muscle tissue, keep your immune system in check, fuel your workouts and much more. The good news: …

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Should You Be Taking Pre-Workout Supplements?

Photo: Twenty20 Fueling for your workouts can require a little education, planning and practice to amplify results. You probably already know what to do post-workout, munching on a mix of protein and carbs within an hour of your sweat session. And you might even have some go-to gummies or gels …

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15 Better-for-You Beers: Low-Calorie and Low-Carb

Don’t let an afternoon enjoying a six-pack ruin your hard-earned six-pack. But don’t feel like a few beers will result in a beer belly either! Almost every brewery now has a lighter option available so you’re not limited to the watery old standbys. All the beers on this list pack …

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How to Choose the Best Protein Powder for You

Photos: Pond5; Perry Santanachote Walk up and down the aisles of any major supplement store, and the sheer variety of protein powder options can be overwhelming. Protein sources range from whey to soy to pea (yes, pea as in the vegetable). And they come in hundreds of flavors, including “Rocky …

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How walking in the woods benefits your health


Walking among trees makes us more relaxed, better people.It should come as no surprise that walking among trees has health benefits. Shinrin-yoku or” forest bathing”is a Japanese practice that commemorates the health-improving qualities of the forest.”[ S] tudies have confirmed that spending quality time within a forest setting can decrease …

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How to Reduce Your Breast Cancer Risk At Any Age

Photo: Twenty20 Nicole Seagriff was a preventative medicine resident when she realized the importance of family history in assessing breast cancer risk. “Breast cancer has been a part of my life since before I was born,” she says. “My grandmother passed away from breast cancer when my mom was four …

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