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Giving Into Cravings Can Be A Sign Of Metabolic Problems
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January 26, 2021

Can’t stay motivated? It might be your metabolism

If you find yourself fighting food cravings too many times a day to resist, if you've taken "just a piece" more often than you care to admit, you should know that your issue is no character flaw. In my experience, the motivation lapses that lead most folks into snacking excesses are coming from a serious metabolic problem, one that's changing how your brain works. And this means that if you've been unsuccessful losing weight, there's a strategy that you've probably never heard of before that just might make all the difference. So far, the vast majority of self-help and motivation…

Walking Running With Plantar Fasciitis
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March 21, 2017

Is Walking Safe with Plantar Fasciitis?

When active people get sore feet, the diagnosis is often plantar fasciitis and the prescription is often rest. This post describes how, if you have plantar fasciitis and are an active person, staying active might be more therapeutic than staying entirely off your feet.
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January 27, 2013

Sports Nutrition is Going Deep

In addition to all their athletic accolades, Los Angeles Lakers may be on course to make sports nutrition history by ditching powder and processed in favor of whole foods.
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November 27, 2009

Tiger Woods’ Concussion: What kind of recovery can he expect?

Tiger Woods recently had a single car accident--a nasty one. Reports say he was out for as long as six minutes when his wife found him. When a doctor hears that a patient has suffered a brain injury severe enough to alter consciousness, they get concerned. Loosing consciousness altogether suggests a significant insult to the brain. With an injury like that, I would tell a patient to expect between six weeks and six months of after effects, including headaches, irritability, and concentration deficits. This can be frightening and frustrating for both patient and the people they live and work with.…

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