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Friends

Friends

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Glycemic Index

The Glycemic Index is a chart that measures the sugar levels in various foods. Because the body turns carbohydrates into sugar (glucose), different types of carbohydrates turn into sugars differently and those levels effect insulin health as well as how much of the sugar is turned into fat for storage…

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Fast food Facts

Fast food is one of the marvels of the modern age. It is quick, cheap and convenient, although critics are quick to point out it is also relatively unhealthy when compared to food prepared at home…

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Links

Links

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Food Pyramid

The Food Pyramid is a simple chart developed by the US Department of Agriculture to represent basic food groups that should be consumed daily for optimum health. The pyramid is comprised of grains, vegetables, dairy products, oils, meats and beans and fruits, shown in the various amounts they should be eaten…

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Sponsors

Sponsors

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Events

Events

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Sports Associations

Here is a list of many of the sports associations in the United States. Sports associations are the governing bodies that make rules, set guidelines and administer games, races, matches, etc…

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Trainers

Trainers

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Weight Loss Support
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