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What's going on with your fitness routine? Where are you at with it? If you're on the up swing- that's awesome, stick with it. If you're not, why not? What happened to hitting the gym this week? Did Monday quickly turn into Friday and the evenings faded away under a glow from the television set? Is that you? Turn it off, better yet, cancel the service. There is an epidemic of unhealthy bodies in this country and it's caused by an epidemic of "don't feel like it." (more…)

Is there a weight loss program suitable for nearly everyone that follows correct, proven strategies and results in permanent success? Yes! and it's called the Eat Healthy Foods and Exercise Regularly plan! No short cuts included! Forget the empty promises of infomercial gimmicks; forget the "Sea Salt and Paint Chip" diet. There are no magic bullets in this quest for weight loss but it's guaranteed to be effective! (more…)

Even though they're in almost everything we eat and drink, many people aren't exactly clear what the distinction is between vitamins and dietary minerals. We're told they're important and we need them to keep us healthy, but what's the difference? What Are Vitamins? Vitamins are organic compounds the human body needs but doesn't produce enough of on its own; getting them through food or supplementation is necessary. Without, vitamin deficiency may result and can seriously impact our overall health. There are two categories of vitamins our bodies need: water-soluble, and […]

Maltase is a carbohydrate-digesting enzyme that cleaves the bond linking the two parts of the maltose sugar molecule. Maltose is a naturally-occurring sugar that is produced as the body breaks down starches from long chains into shorter molecules using the amylase enzyme and also in germinating seeds as preparation for sprouting. It is also a by-product of heating sugar during various cooking processes, specifically during caramelization at higher temperatures in which the the sugar present in food turns brown. (more…)