Archive for January, 2013


How to Workout your Back

Posted January 31, 2013 by Jack

The back muscle is one of the hardest muscle group to target simply because we can’t really see where our muscles are flexing. so we can’t target different areas. Also doing back workouts properly is extremely exhausting and will drain most of your energy.  In order to workout your back properly and for results to […]

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The Early Birds Burns More Calories

Posted January 30, 2013 by Jack

The thought is simple, after a long night of rest, your body is in it’s peak optimum condition, therefore it is revealed that if you do exercise in the morning before your breakfast, you can burn your existing body fats 20% more efficient. Simply by working out before you eat in the morning you will […]

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Staying Healthy with Tuna

Posted January 29, 2013 by Jack

Not only is tuna easy to include in your food, its actually very good for the human body. It’s great for people who want to lose those extra unwated pounds or just for who ever may enjoy it. Tuna is ideal for body building or great for after workouts, its loaded with protein and minerals […]

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The logo of Burger King is seen on the opening day of the Burger King restaurant at the Marignane airport hall

Burger King Changes Meat Supplier

Posted January 24, 2013 by Jack

Burger King will be changing their meat supplier because the Irish supplier was linked to horse meat. ABP food group has been investigating the incident where horsemeat has been found in the same Irish meat supplier that Burger King uses, but after an investigation there is no evidence that the product for Burger King has […]

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Study: Quit Smoking By 40 & Live Almost As Long As Non-Smokers

Posted January 24, 2013 by Anna

Regardless of how long you have been smoking, quitting while you are relatively young can help regain some of the healthy years of life potentially claimed by smoking. A new Canadian study has found that smokers who kick the habit before age 40 can live almost as long as non-smokers. Lifelong smokers can lose up […]

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