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First healthier sodas, now healthier food

The world's leading soda makers — Coca-Cola, PepsiCo and the Dr Pepper Snapple Group — recently announced a drastic calorie cut in their drinks. But it seems that they are not the only ones bitten by the "go healthy" bug. In 2010, 16 major food and beverage...

source: By Archita Datta Majumdar
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Mark Edgar had a sudden realization after a 20-mile training run in the pouring rain, the longest run of his life. The Nomura Securities International Inc. convertible bonds salesman’s jog through the leafy streets of Upper Saddle River, New Jersey, was a stroll compared...

source: Bloomberg Businessweek

After everything is said and done, the nicest thing a person can do for another person is to make him a sandwich. If you want to go overboard, you can put chips on the side, but really the sandwich is enough. And it's no problem if you don't know the person's preference....

source: Runner's World

Many of you are in the midst of preparing for a half or full marathon this fall. Hopefully you have included some shorter speed workouts during the summer months to keep your speed in check, but if not here's a variety of approaches that will either turn those systems back...

source: Competitor

High intensity interval training, or HIIT, which has successfully sprinted from the playing fields of professional athletes to the fitness centers of everyday exercisers, may be coming to a cubicle near you. Experts say even mini-interludes of this cardiovascular workout,...

source: Reuters via Fox News

"I can resist anything except temptation." Anyone who has ever been on a diet can relate to that quip from Oscar Wilde. No matter what the fad diet du jour says, the only way to lose weight is to reduce the net number of calories consumed. It's a simple equation, but a hard...

source: Medical Xpress

For more than half a century, the conventional wisdom among nutritionists and public health officials was that fat is dietary enemy No. 1 — the leading cause of obesity and heart disease. It appears the wisdom was off. And not just off. Almost entirely backward.

source: Men's Journal


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