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Simple Moves Reverse Harm From Too Much Sitting

I’ve warned you previously about the dangers of too much sitting. As a reminder, research has shown that too much sitting is linked to disease and an earlier death. Plus, ...

How Hugs, Not Drugs, Make Hearts Healthy

As I remind you often, cardiovascular disease is the number one killer among American men. In fact, cardiovascular disease will kill 1 out of every 4 men! The bad news is ...

Amazing Health Benefits Of Eating Meat

These days foregoing meat is trendy. But is it healthy? You might be surprised to learn that science has shown that men who eat meat are healthier than those who do not. And ...

High Blood Pressure: Silent Killer

Today high blood pressure (HBP) is believed to be a major cause of erectile dysfunction (ED). According to a new study, every second man older than 40 with high blood ...

Unexpected Activity Boosts Mood and Staves Off Disease

When we think of health, we tend to think mostly of exercise and nutrition. But there are many surprising activities that can have a huge impact on health that we don’t ...

Real Science Reveals This Forbidden Food Is Actually Healthy

For decades public health organizations have been lying to you. There has been a huge public relations campaign designed to scare you away from some of the healthiest foods on ...

Learn The Right Moves For A Better Brain

We all know that exercise is good for us. After all, we’ve heard that the right kinds of exercise can improve heart health as well as decrease our risk of many types of ...

Secret Ingredient For Super Brain Health

If you like chocolate then today I’ve got some good news for you: chocolate makes people smarter. Researchers have validated that it is so. But before you go out and stock ...

Surprising Dangers of Common Exercises

We all know that we should exercise more, right? It turns out that the answer is both yes and no. The evidence is very clear. The right types of exercise are very good for us. ...

4 Simple Changes Add Up To Heart Health

The number one killer of men is cardiovascular disease. And yet studies show that many of those deaths could be prevented with some modest changes to lifestyle. Still, less than ...

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