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10 Ways to Burn Fat in 4 Minutes

10 Ways to Burn Fat in 4 Minutes.

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Gratitude is a practice. Make it a priority.

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The secret

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“The secret of health for both mind and body is not to mourn for the past, nor to worry about the future, but to live the present moment wisely and earnestly.”
― Gautama Buddha

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How Much Water Do You Need?

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Hot Water Debate: How Much Water Do You Need?

You’ve been misled into thinking that having eight glasses of water a day is good for you according to newer research about recommended daily water intake. But here at M&F, we know that having plenty of water is one of the easiest and healthiest things you can do for your body, particularly if you’re a gym regular.

“Scientists say there is no evidence drinking large amounts of water is beneficial for the average healthy person, and do not even know how this widely held belief came about,” saysTelegraph Medical Editor Rebecca Smith.

The article does concede that athletes and those in dry climates need to drink more water to help the body clear salt and urea but does not go so far as to offer a conclusive recommendation for water consumption.

Smith’s story, which is built on studies conducted by two doctors at the Renal, Electrolyte…

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5 Things You Need to Know About Oatmeal

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Get the breakdown on this highly recommended pre-workout food.

5 Things You Need to Know About Oatmeal

1. Oatmeal comes in several varieties

Steel-cut oats are chopped oat groats and are the least processed; rolled (or old-fashioned) oats are steamed and rolled flat; instant oats are precooked and dried, and often contain added sugar.

2. Slow-digesting carbs offer long-lasting energy when eaten before workouts

Blend 1/2 cup rolled oats, 1 scoop whey protein and 11/2 cups water to make an easy all-in-one pre-workout shake.

3. One serving offers an array of macros

(1/2 cup) of cooked steel-cut oats has 150 calories, 5 g protein, 27 g carbs, 2 g fat and 4 g fiber. One serving (1 cup) of cooked rolled oats has an extra gram of fat. One packet of plain instant oats has 100 calories, 4 g protein, 19 g carbs, 2 g fat and 3 g fiber.

4. You can cook steel-cut oats quickly


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