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You work hard sweating at the gym.  Don’t undo the work you do in the gym with the food you eat before and after.  For long-lasting energy during your workouts and lean muscle-building recovery after, select from these healthy and fast snacks. Before your workouts, your body needs nutritious fuel that will power you through your sweat session, not leave you burned out after 10 minutes.  Aim for foods with carbohydrates, some protein, and a little bit of fat.  Here are some of my favorite and most effective picks… Peanut Butter Toast – A slice or two of whole wheat bread with a spoonful of natural peanut butter and half a sliced banana is a quick and easy pre-workout meal.  There is a perfect ratio of carbs and protein, and it is easily digestible, not to mention super tasty. Greek Yogurt – Greek yogurt topped with a handful of granola...
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Exercise for Diabetics The two most common forms of diabetes are referred to as Type 1 and Type 2.  Type 1 diabetes, also known as adolescent diabetes, differs from Type 2 in that the body stops producing insulin altogether.  Type 2 diabetes is generally diagnosed in older adults and occurs as the body stops producing enough insulin or the individual becomes resistent to their own insulin.  With either form of diabetes, we lose our ability to adequately untilize sugar.  Blood sugar levels increase due to the body's difficulty in transporting sugar into the cells and out of the blood stream.  There are various ways to lower blood sugar levels including exercise, diet, and medications.  Exercise is a very important part of diabetic management for both Type 1 and Type 2 diabetics.  For the Type 1 diabetic, regular exercise helps to maintain insulin sensitivity, helps prevent accumulation of excess weight, and increases...
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Everyone will inadvertently hit a frustrating plateau in their training at one time or another. You're cruising along for a while, gaining strength, losing fat, looking better, and then all of the sudden it hits. Suddenly, you find yourself even weaker than before on your lifts, or you find that you've gained back a couple of pounds. It happens to everyone. Most of the time, these plateaus occur because people rarely change their training variables over time. Many people stick to the same types of exercises for the same basic sets and reps and rest periods with the same boring cardio routine. Well, I hope to open your mind and bring some creativity to your workouts with this article! There are many ways that you can strategically modify your training variables to assure that you maximize your fat loss and/or muscle building response to exercise. Most people only think about changing...
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Title: 1 Pound Of Fat  = 3,500 Calories   Keywords:Weight loss, Weight loss diet, Diet, Diet plan, Free weight loss, Quick weight loss, Weight loss Article Body:There are 3,500 calories in one pound of fat. Thus, if you cut back or work off just 3,500 calories, you will lose an entire pound of fat. While it is possible to cut back on your calorie intake and increase your exercise regimen in order to lose pounds quickly, it is important to note that doctors recommend that you lose no more than 2 pounds of weight per week in order to ensure that your body properly adjusts to the weight loss. Here are some tips to help you safely drop 3,500 from your regular routine: Run Running for about 1 hour at a slow pace will help you lose approximately 350 calories, depending on your body type, speed and terrain. Thus, if you...
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 5 Fun Ways to Get In Shape Keywords:5 Fun Ways to Get In Shape Article Body:The market is saturated with low-fat, low-carb and sugar-free foods. But despite the popular diets, "magical" pills and the latest, greatest fitness machines that all promise to melt away the pounds, more than half of American adults are overweight. For true weight-loss success, health experts stress the importance of changing your lifestyle for the long term and exercising regularly. Here are some creative ways to make fitness fun again and help you win the battle of the bulge once and for all. * Take "healthy" vacations. Make fitness part of your travels. Head to a spa where, along with a little pampering, you can enjoy hiking, rock climbing, kickboxing, aqua aerobics and yoga. * Walk or run for a good cause. Training for a 5K charity walk, for example, may be all the motivation you need...
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Exercise for Diabetics The two most common forms of diabetes are referred to as Type 1 and Type 2.  Type 1 diabetes, also known as adolescent diabetes, differs from Type 2 in that the body stops producing insulin altogether.  Type 2 diabetes is generally diagnosed in older adults and occurs as the body stops producing enough insulin or the individual becomes resistent to their own insulin.  With either form of diabetes, we lose our ability to adequately untilize sugar.  Blood sugar levels increase due to the body's difficulty in transporting sugar into the cells and out of the blood stream.  There are various ways to lower blood sugar levels including exercise, diet, and medications.  Exercise is a very important part of diabetic management for both Type 1 and Type 2 diabetics.  For the Type 1 diabetic, regular exercise helps to maintain insulin sensitivity, helps prevent accumulation of excess weight, and increases...
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