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Cinnamon and Your Health

“Cinnamon” has a close relationship with humankind from the very early stage. Ancient people used its aromatic, medicinal and preservative elements for various uses. Early and late Biblical records states that cinnamon has used for ointment preparation as well as fragrance. It was clearly mentioned in the Bible under articles related to “Mosses” as well as King Solomon’s songs. Ceylon… Read more »

Building Muscle – Setting Your Calorie Intake For Lean Muscle Mass Gain

If you have a goal to build more lean muscle mass, one step you will want to take is to make sure you take into account your calorie intake. While it’s great to get to the gym and… focus on lifting heavy, doing all the strength training exercises you know are critical to success, if you aren’t fueling your body… Read more »

Exercises and Workouts – How To Improve Your Shoulder Press In Four Easy Steps

One of the most important exercises in your upper body workout is the shoulder press. This compound exercise is designed to hit the front deltoids, the side deltoids, and will even hit the rear deltoids to a small degree as well. What’s more is the triceps and core will come into play as they help you with executing the movement… Read more »

Great Ways to Appreciate Your Body Shape and Keep Motivated to Workout

It is hard to find motivation to stay on top of our exercise routines if we constantly think that a particular sized body shape is the only one we should emulate the look of. Quite frankly that typical body shape which is still largely projected in the main stream media only serves to fuel a certain resentment towards our own… Read more »

5 Foods That Might Fool Your Weight Loss Diet

Choosing healthy foods for a weight loss diet can be challenging. The grocery store shelves are crammed with products marked reduced calorie, healthy substitute, fat-free, lower fat, and so on. The way that some foods are labeled, it’s easy to believe that you’re eating healthy options. But food labels sometimes are not as they may seem and can unintentionally ruin… Read more »

Healthy Breakfast Ideas for Your School Age Child

It caught my eye that this week is National School Breakfast Week. Sadly my first thought was, “Really? Yuck.” Maybe that was yours just now too. We all remember school lunch from back in the day. Mine was soggy pizza and limp fries, or maybe an iceberg salad with ranch and a few mystery meat nuggets. I’m not joking. This… Read more »