Exercise And Gym Myths Busted

As with anything else, there are many myths and fictions regarding losing weight and exercise. I am sure you have come across some of them or are even unknowingly helping to spread these myths. In this article, I am going to bust some of these myths. See if you can recognize any of them. Your weight is predetermined by your genes – This is perhaps the greatest myth of all about weight loss or weight…

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Some Myths and Facts About Hemorrhoids

Hemorrhoids: No one really likes to think about them, but the unfortunate reality is that some 50% of all Americans will suffer from them at some point in their life. Indeed, an estimated 100 million Americans are currently suffering from hemorrhoids. Few people like to talk about them, and fewer people seek treatment for this painful and embarrassing condition. You are not alone if you are suffering silently.   So what are hemorrhoids? Also known…

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Myths on Raw Dog Food Busted

Much disagreement has come about when it comes to raw dog food. Many dog owners and veterinarians encourage this type of diet while many also run form it like the plague. There are a number of reasons why both professionals and owners don’t agree to this, but not all of these are true. Here are some of the most popular myths on raw dog food- busted! Myth # 1 – Feeding your dog raw food…

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Five Weight Loss Myths Debunked

Still believe that carbohydrates make you gain weight? If so, you’re falling victim to one of the most common diet myths. Here, this article explains how any one of these myths could be undermining your attempts to drop pounds and offers tips on the right way to diet. Myth One: Diets don’t work. Fact: All diets work if you follow them correctly. Most people fail to maintain their weight loss because they return to their…

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6 Myths About Dieting

People who are serious about wanting to lose weight will try almost anything. Here are some of the popular dieting myths you shouldn’t be paying any attention to: Myth #1: Drink water instead of eating your meals. It is important that you drink plenty of water in order to keep yourself hydrated. However, water will not boost your metabolism or replace the nutrients found in food. Your body needs energy throughout the day—and water is…

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