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Health and Wellness Articles by Dr. Lee, the Healthy Professor
Health & Wellness
Health & Wellness
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Most people eat too much sugar, refined carbohydrates and carbohydrates in general and this creates a condition of chronically elevated blood insulin levels and that in turn creates excess fat storage.
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Have a happy, responsible and healthy Halloween.
Halloween Treats
Halloween Treats
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The results of this landmark study are conclusive and profound – taking Shaklee supplements on a long-term basis can give you significantly better health.
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What you need to know about vitamins, Omega 3, resveratrol, protein supplements
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Supplementation
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Sports drinks are widely used during exercise to avoid the onset of dehydration and delay the depletion of the body's carbohydrate stores.

It is this popularity and the many mistakes I see many athletes practicing and marketers promoting that prompted me to write this explanation of sport drinks.
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What Should Children Eat?

An increased awareness of the incidence and perils of childhood obesity has many parents asking the question – so what should my child eat?
Children Diet
Children Diet
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Soy protein has been in the food chain for over 5,000 years. Soy is the only plant-based protein considered to be a high-quality protein, containing all of the essential amino acids in the right ratios needed to support growth and development.
Soy Protein
Soy Protein
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Nutrition Coaching for better performance, more energy

You need a coach that has pure science and lots of experience. Dr. L. Lee Coyne is formally educated in nutrition, exercise physiology, research and testing and sport psychology.
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