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Why The “Healthy Eating Is Too Expensive” Excuse Isn’t Legitimate Anymore (And How To Kick It Out For Good)

Posted by on Apr 17, 2014 in Diet It UP, Health It UP, News, Study

“I would love to eat healthier, but it’s insanely expensive,” is an excuse we hear all too often. And that raises an important question: does a healthy diet really cost THAT much more? Turns out, it doesn’t.

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Rise And Shine (Literally): Soaking Up Morning Rays Could Help Keep Off Weight [Study]

Posted by on Apr 16, 2014 in Health It UP, Study

Odds are, most of your day is spend in dull, indoor light. Get up and step outside — new research shows that starting your day off with bright morning sunshine could help prevent weight gain.

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Nutrition Knock-Out — The Hidden Google Food Hack You Didn’t Know Existed

Posted by on Apr 11, 2014 in Diet It UP, Life Hacks, Misc., Nutrition 101, Nutritional Analysis, Tech, Tools

Want to compare apples and oranges right next to each other? This sneaky Google food hack can do just that in about 2 seconds — and it’s been hiding under your fingers for the past year.

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Get Empowered To Crush Your Own Goals (Without A Trainer) With The Spitfire Athlete App

Posted by on Apr 10, 2014 in Apps, Gear It UP, Tech

Spitfire Athlete is a new goal-oriented fitness app that gives you the tools to train on your own and crush your personal goals. With innovative workout plans, intuitive design, and step-by-step guidance, it’s a legitimate (and free) option to drive your workout schedule.

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Miracle Melons — Crunching On This Superfruit Might Help Lower Blood Pressure [Study]

Posted by on Apr 7, 2014 in Diet It UP, Study

Despite being 92% water, experts say that watermelon could be hiding powerful, heart-saving health perks within its green shell. Crack one open just in time for summer.

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Experts Explain Why Being Underweight Might Be MORE Dangerous Than Being Obese [Study]

Posted by on Apr 7, 2014 in Health It UP, News, Obesity, Study

New research reveals that being too thin puts you in quite a risky place, with a heightened risk of death. Could being underweight be MORE dangerous than being obese?

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Treadmill Desks: Research Shows It Pays To Go The Extra Mile While In The Office [Study]

Posted by on Apr 4, 2014 in Disease, Gear It UP, Health It UP, Obesity

It’s your choice to be a couch potato, but an office job might force you to stay sedentary from 9 to 5 (or longer) — a lifestyle that’s linked with an increased risk of diabetes, obesity, and all-cause death. Research suggests that treadmill desks could be a powerful solution to increase calorie burn, boost productivity, and get you to move more.

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[Study] Caffeine Cravings — New Research Says That You Should Watch Your Intake Of This Sneaky Stimulant

Posted by on Apr 1, 2014 in Diet It UP, Nutrition Science, Study

Dependent on one too many cups of coffee/energy drinks during the day? Caffeineate with caution — Caffeine Use Disorder isn’t a myth, and you might already be at risk for it.

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[Study] Could A Unique Protein Reduce The Development Of Alzheimer’s?

Posted by on Mar 27, 2014 in Disease, Health It UP, Mental & Cognition, News, Study

Every 67 seconds, someone in the United States develops Alzheimer’s disease. A newly discovered protein could help us better understand the disease and lead to a potential treatment.

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[Study] The One INSANE Health Benefit Of The Tequila Plant That You Knew Nothing About

Posted by on Mar 24, 2014 in Diet It UP, News, Nutrition Science, Study

For many people, tequila has had a promising effect on liquid courage. Now, researchers say the plant used to create it may unlock a number of health benefits, help with weight loss, and even assist the more than 26.2 million type 2 diabetics in America.

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