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Sugar spell: Breaking away from your sweet tooth's hold

It was a gray day in America earlier this year when the World Health Organization recommended adults and children reduce their daily intake of sugar to less than 10 percent of their total energy intake. In English, that's roughly 25 grams of sugar per day. America's sweet...

source: By Natalie Rodriguez
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Heidi Godman writes: I’m a little obsessed with the pedometer in my smartphone. It’s fun to carry it with me and see how many steps I take when exercising or grocery shopping or carrying laundry across my house. I aim for 10,000 steps per day, but I don’t...

source: Harvard Health Blog

Hey you, sweating on the treadmill with visions of fat melting away as you watch the miles go by on the counter. Or you, huffing and puffing in a cardio class, hoping to fit into those skinny jeans. Moving your body is critical...

source: Today

You may feel young at heart, but with apologies to Frank Sinatra, that’s probably a fairy tale. A new report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says the average American man has a heart that’s 7.8 years “older” than his chronological...

source: Los Angeles Times

A freshly revamped Diet Pepsi — with the phrase “now aspartame free” on its silver label — will hit supermarket shelves nationwide. PepsiCo ditched the controversial sweetener aspartame in response to consumer demand, replacing it with sucralose,...

source: Yahoo Health

In November 1968, Steve Prefontaine was a high school senior with a two-mile best of 9:01, set the previous spring. His audacious goal for his senior year: 8:40, well under the national high school record of 8:48. To get him there, his coach, Walt McClure, devised a training...

source: Runner's World

Most runners have been there. The race goes well, but the knee starts screaming shortly after the finish. You try stretching, strengthening and endless foam rolling. Nothing works. When traditional paths to better health fail, some athletes are finding solutions to vexing...

source: Running Times


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