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What is an Isotonic Drink?

16th February 2011
Isotonic drinks have two main roles -they replenish lost minerals and electrolytes and also top up our energy levels in the form of glucose, carbohydrate (sugar). Plus like water they keep you hydrated. The market is full of isotonic drinks, ‘Lucozade Spo... Read >
Author: Train4fitness

Athletic Mouthguard

05th February 2010
Athletic MouthguardAthletic mouthguards, or mouthpieces, have been in existance for nearly 120 years since a London dentist named Woolf Krause invented them in 1890 to defend boxers from lip cuts. Known as 'gum shields,' they were made from gutta-percha. ... Read >
Author: alphawolfmarketing

Neuromuscular Mouthguard

05th February 2010
Neuromuscular Mouthguard Athletic mouthguards, or mouthpieces, have been used for about 120 years since a London dentist named Woolf Krause made them in 1890 to safeguard boxers from lip wounds. Known as 'gum shields,' they were made from gutta-percha.... Read >
Author: alphawolfmarketing

The Growing Popularity of Energy Drinks

02nd February 2010
If you look at beverage-related news, you'll frequently see questions arising about the rising use of energy drinks, particularly by children and teenagers. Given that the energy drink market has increased by over 75 percent in the past year, and the non-... Read >
Author: Dane Pearson

How to make homemade flavored bottled water

02nd December 2008
Most people are averse to drinking water as it is tasteless and insipid. Many people will be happy if they can add some flavoring agent to drinking water. Of course, there is flavored water available in the market but most of them are overpriced. Further ... Read >
Author: capellaflavordrops

5 Tips for Dealing with Sore Muscles

24th April 2007
Like everyone else who is hitting the workouts harder and starting to run a bit more to get in shape for summer, your probably feeling the pain. Sore muscle are usually a good sign if you've been working out for awhile. The soreness is caused by tiny tear... Read >
Author: chester ku-lea

The Truth About Salt

19th September 2006
Salt is an essential nutrient for everyone and is vital to attaining optimum health, so why has the media and the mainstream regarded it as the devil of the dinner table for so long? Our cells all contain salt. We sweat salt. Our tears contain salt. Ou... Read >
Author: Jimmy Patterson

Alcohol: Why Cleansing The Body With Isagenix Is Important

22nd June 2006
Copyright 2006 Stacey ZimmermanHow many times have you gone out to dinner and drank a little too much? Unfortunately, this happens to the best of us. Many of us may only have this happen a couple of times a year, however, many individuals may do this once... Read >
Author: Stacey Zimmerman

Food for Potential Energy

12th March 2006
FOOD FOR POTENTIAL ENERGY. ENERGY FOOD. At its simplest level, food can be classified as either a Macro-Nutrient or a Micro-Nutrient. Food contains the potential energy which our bodies metabolise into actual energy. One of... Read >
Author: Mike Jozefiak

Trying To Conceive. Trying Not to Conceive ©

01st June 2005
I've just turned 40 years old. That means that I've spend over 20 years thinking about my fertility. Sometimes my goal was to achieve pregnancy, other times I wanted to prevent it. Either way, I discovered there are many ways to monitor fertility naturall... Read >
Author: Karen Squires
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