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General Health

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  2. 2. Winter Skin<br />Workout and <br />Food <br />Winter Sports<br />Treadmill Workouts<br />Stress Management<br />Strong Bones<br />Spring Cleaning<br />
  3. 3. Workout and Lose <br />Weight<br />Workout and <br />Restaurant<br />Workout and Diet<br />Workout <br />and <br />Food <br />Workout and <br />Nutrition<br />Workout and <br />Protein<br />Workout and Food <br />Weight Lifting<br />
  4. 4. Winter Sports<br /><ul><li> Many options that are suitable for many ages and fitness </li></ul> levels that do not require gravity defying tricks or racing <br /> down a chute of ice at 90-miles an hour. <br /><ul><li> Cross-country skiing burns more calories than any other </li></ul> aerobic exercise. It gets the heart pumping and boosts oxygen <br /> levels in the blood and there are many different styles that <br /> can be used.<br />
  5. 5. Winter Skin<br />Tips to Help Dry Chapped Skin<br /><ul><li> Throughout most of the year, your skin is probably healthy </li></ul> and smooth. However, during the last few months of the <br /> winter season, it becomes dry, itchy and flaky. This is the <br /> result of many different elements. <br /><ul><li> The first thing is that the winter air is drier than most of the </li></ul> year, regardless of where you are and your normal moisturizing <br /> regimen may not be enough.<br />
  6. 6. Treadmill Workouts<br />Interesting Routines to Improve your Results<br /><ul><li> One of the most common places for people to hang clothes </li></ul> or that is used as storage is the treadmill. It gets moved it <br /> into the bedroom or family room so that it will be a constant <br /> reminder to get some exercise. <br />
  7. 7. Strong Bones<br /><ul><li> The first is to eat the foods that can help build bone mass </li></ul> and increase density. Our bones and teeth are mostly <br /> made up of calcium. For them to remain strong, it needs <br /> to constantly be replenished.<br />
  8. 8. <ul><li> Adults younger than 50 years old need approximately </li></ul> 1,000 milligrams a day. Increase to 1,200 a day if you are <br /> over 50.One of the most common ways for this to occur is <br /> by drinking milk.<br />
  9. 9. Stress Management<br /><ul><li> Although the stress won’t disappear, you can “manage </li></ul> it down” so that it is easier to cope with the issues that occur <br /> on a daily basis. There are also relaxation techniques that <br /> can be used to lower stress levels that will allow you to enjoy <br /> life, despite the stress.<br />
  10. 10. <ul><li> They help alleviate some of the daily wear and tear your </li></ul> body and mind are subjected to. These techniques are often <br /> easy to learn and can help improve your overall health. <br />
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