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Synchrony Sex: The Best and Most Orgasmic Way to Boost Your Health?

There’s one thing that fuels our world: sex. You are bombarded with messages of sex daily, subconsciously or consciously, through news, advertisement, magazines, etc. Hey, sex sells! I’d argue that our urge to look good and stay healthy is due to our innate desire to remain sexually attractive and potent, no matter how old we are. Sexual energy is arguably one of our most powerful tool, ...

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Top 10 Best Plant-Based Foods for Eye Health

Not too many of us pay attention to how important our eyes are in our daily lives. As a matter of fact, we sometimes take our 20/20 eye sight for granted, until we hit 60 and get cataract. By at that time, will it be too late? For many of you sports enthusiasts, you may be staring at the sun all the time, especially if you're in the beach for the summer season, or in the ocean playing. ...

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What to eat if there is no kale on the menu?

By Nicole Lana Lee If you're a health nerd like me, chances are you may feel like you're "missing out" if you don't see kale salad on the menu. And, rightfully so... after all, kale is  one of the most nutritious vegetables out there. And if you're constantly on the road, chances are you may not always find kale in cities you are visiting.   While kale is easily accessible in developed ...

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Why intensive gym time in the New Year won’t get you a six pack

    by Nicole Lana Lee Holiday Weight Gain: The Christmas Sin You May Be Committing With Christmas around the corner, you’re likely to be reaching for the next delicious bite. “I’m going to eat as much as I want over the holidays, and work out twice as hard to lose weight after. And…this pie is just a bite-size appetizer. How fattening can it be?” After all, you may think ...

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Protein Series Part 2: Why Excessive Protein is Bad for You and the Best Sources of Post-Workout Protein

  by Nicole Lana Lee Last time around, we learned the difference between animal and plant protein, and why it is best to incorporate plant proteins in your diet. We’ll pick up today from where we left off and cover: Why You’re Likely to Consume Too Much Protein The Downsides of having too much animal protein (yes, and this will make you sag) The best sources of Post-Workout ...

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Protein Series Part 1: Why Plant Protein Reverses Premature Aging

Ever been to a health store and overwhelmed by a barrage of "protein" products with the promise that you will look ripped... in a week? Lose weight? Protein! Bulk up? Protein! Increased Performance? Protein! Better Sex? Protein! And... how do you get more protein? Meat. Whey. Supplements. However, the ironic thing is that my energy level and athletic performance have improved ...

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