7 Exercises You Can Do Right In Your Chair!
May14

7 Exercises You Can Do Right In Your Chair!

You might feel good if your job does not require you to leave your chair. You simply sit down for 8 hours a day. It is not as stressful as other jobs out there. The problem is that it also makes you less physically engaged. As a result, you gain weight even without noticing it. The best solution to this problem is to do exercises right in your chair. Even if you are too busy with work, you can keep moving. The exercises might be...

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Chinese Medicine Essence: Are You Aware Of Your Body’s Internal Clock?
Nov29

Chinese Medicine Essence: Are You Aware Of Your Body’s Internal Clock?

In Traditional Chinese Medicine it is believed that each organ has its point of highest energy and lowest energy. This 24-hour cycle is believed to help us know when to exercise, eat, have sex, rest, and sleep. It also acts as a way to communicate with a particular organ or meridian (energy channel) of the body. 5 am to 7 am is the time of the Large Intestine making it a perfect time to have a bowel movement and remove toxins from the...

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Top Ten Fasting Myth Debunked
Mar09

Top Ten Fasting Myth Debunked

Or “Top Ten Diet Myths Debunked”. That would have fit almost as well. Ok, so in retrospect, I think I screwed up on the title. Many myths just happened to be connected to intermittent fasting (meal frequency, breakfast skipping, etc.). Well, live and learn. Everyone who learns about nutrition through the usual channels, be it fitness magazines, mainstream diet books and forums, gets cursed with the prevailing belief system...

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13 Tricks To Keep You From Sleeping In Class
Mar01

13 Tricks To Keep You From Sleeping In Class

No student is as unlucky as the ones in a three-hour lecture. It’s physically impossible to listen to every word spoken out of the professor’s mouth for 180 minutes as if they’re giving the directions to the La La Land. I can’t imagine how the teacher feels either… Dr. Gregory Peek, Penn State history professor, said he prefers the three-hour block to a large 150 student lecture class. “It is not optimal,” he said. “But at...

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