Menopause and Hormones Cause Confusion

By: Kristin Gabriel 5 million women worldwide enter menopause annually. Estimates show that by the year 2030, that number will increase to 47 million women per year. Hormone replacement is an important choice for women, since estrogens are known to be the only effective treatment for estrogen-depleted states. Quality of life would improve for most […]

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Hormones And Your Depression

By: Stephen Lau Hormones form the biochemical basis of major depression. Estrogen, a female hormone produced in the ovaries, plays a pivotal role in your brain in that it increases the amount of mood-regulating neurotransmiiters, whose malfunction often triggers depression in an individual. Neurotransmission is the process by which brain chemical impulses are transmitted from […]

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Fat Loss And Muscle Building

By: Andreas Lillebo Typically with weight training alone, fat loss is similar to muscle gain, give or take a few pounds. Another great thing that adding muscle mass by strength training will do for you in terms of fat loss is change your total body composition. Most people think that this is hard, but I’ll […]

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How To Avoid Common Injuries In Gym

By: Chris Chew Bodybuilding by weightlifting if done wrongly is a sure recipe for injuries. Sometimes even painful and permanent injuries that will derail your bodybuilding program. This article will address the common injury prone mistakes bodybuilders make in their quest to build a fit and muscular body and how to avoid those weightlifting injuries. […]

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Avoid Low Calorie Foods if You Want to Lose Weight

I have seen people who were on the right track, steady as can be, with weight loss and getting closer to their goal. But all of a sudden, their total daily calorie intake kept dropping dangerously lower and all of a sudden, the great weight loss just stopped. Thinking this might be just a plateau, […]

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Best Strategies for Losing Extra Pounds

by PDR.net Yes, you can reach and maintain a healthy weight. Despite the discouraging news of failures in many diet programs and America’s growing problem with obesity, researchers are finally beginning to pin down just which strategies work – and which fail – to help long-term weight control. Let’s start with the bad news. “You […]

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