Monthly Archives: April 2014

5 Low Impact Exercises for Obese People

When you’re overweight, it’s easy to feel self -conscious about how you look when exerting yourself doing exercise. It feels like everyone is looking at you, and your red flushed face. That’s why it’s important for obese individuals to be able to exercise discreetly and to do exercises that reflect their current fitness level. We’ll discuss several ways to get started with exercise if you’re overweight, and how to shed some of that weight and get comfortable in your body again…

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The Health Benefits of Krill Oil – Separating Fact from Fiction

There has been a lot of talk lately about the health benefits of krill oil, but it is important to separate the fact from fiction. The benefits of fish oil have been well established, but even that older therapy still has its controversies. The history of krill oil as therapy and a dietary supplement is shorter, so it is even more important to assess its effects – and its possible risks – objectively and scientifically…

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The Health Benefits Of Black Pepper

Ground pepper, or black pepper, is a woody, flowering vine native to southern India and cultivated throughout the Caribbean and tropical regions of Asia. It is a staple seasoning in virtually every cuisine in the world, and is most notably a companion to table salt. This ancient spice also has a long history of use in folk medicine to aid digestion. There are no significant side effects associated with pepper beyond making people sneeze, but consult your physician if you have a history of peptic ulcers or take other medications…

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