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Lynn Bode
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Pioneer in the Online Personal Training industry. I developed one of the original Internet Personal Trainer websites. I train clients from all around the world. I also created online fitness software that is used by personal fitness trainers all over the world.
Pioneer in the Online Personal Training industry. I developed one of the original Internet Personal Trainer websites. I train clients from all around the world. I also created online fitness software that is used by personal fitness trainers all over the world.

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Watch out for this additive in many packaged foods. Paraben has been linked to health issues and early puberty.

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Here are six exercises to help you build a stronger core.

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Have you heard the latest news? Fat may not be the villain of the dietary world that it once was. In fact, as research continues to shine light on the importance of fat in the diet, the question is now becoming, “Should I be eating more fat?”

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Why your weight can fluctuate wildly from day to day. What the Number on the Scale Really Means.

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11 Reasons dehydration is making you fat and sick.

Drinking two glasses of water before breakfast, lunch and dinner can help you lose weight.

Drinking cold water can help speed you metabolism. 

The average human body is 75% water.

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Food and Addiction: The Dopamine Made Me Do It. Sugary, starchy, fatty and salty foods. Is there a relationship between food and addiction?

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Healthier Chocolate Peanut Butter Muffins. Sweetened only with some honey and bananas. Great #healthy   #snack  

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Walnut Brownie Breakfast Smoothie Recipe. Both tasty and healthy!

This smoothie is packed with healthy stuff:

Avocado
Chia Seeds
Walnuts
Raw Cacao

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Lack Of Exercises More Deadly Than Obesity, according to this study. Even a 20 minute walk per day can help reduce your risk of early death by 16 to 30 percent.

Whether or not you participate in daily physical activity found to be more predictive than your weight or waist circumference.
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