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OhYeah nutrition is a great company that has been developing quality products over the years. They recently sent me some products to sample and wanted me to write my honest reviews on them. I received victory bars and protein powder. Protein Powder I am very picky when it comes to trying different supplements and if I don’t like the taste I wonâ
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It’s no secret that Kegels or pelvic floor exercises are perfect for urinary health, yet many people are unsure what they are and how to do them. An estimated 33 million people in the United States suffer from an overactive bladder and an estimated 12.2 million of these individuals have urgency incontinence. Research indicates that most people beli
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You’re pregnant and a very exited mommy-to-be, but what about the gym? Do you still have exercise in your mind or has it left the building? Many years ago, exercising during pregnancy was frowned upon, but now with the advances in research, we now know that it has many benefits for you and your baby. Exercise should still remain a very important part
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You feel beat and run down after every workout session and you want to hit the sack as soon as possible. Not so fast, as abruptly ending your workout session can lead to many problems you might have never thought of. You remember that gym class  teacher who told you that a cool down period followed by stretching was important for exercise?  Well, we'r
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Who doesn't enjoy the convenience of frozen fruits and vegetables? It takes little time to prepare and is already chopped up! So why not opt for the frozen variety at the grocery store? In regards to produce , there is a lot of debate between fresh versus frozen veggies, and which is better. However, understanding some facts about the vegetables might
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Most people don’t realize that there are many everyday foods that can trigger inflammation, like bacon, eggs, coffee and dairy products. This might not sound like a big deal but consider that most chronic conditions like cancer, arthritis, diabetes, and obesity have been linked to inflammation.   Low-grade inflammation is a factor in most h
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