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Vitamin E rapidly depleted by burn injuries by Dr. John Z. Medical Doctor Posted Sat 23 Oct 2010 12:00am OregonState.edu - Severe burn injuries in children have been shown to rapidly deplete the levels of vitamin E in their body’s adipose, or fat tissues, a new clinical study has found. Stored levels of this important antioxidant were reduced ... Read on »
An Alternative Way of Doing Cardio: Rollerblading! by Sue C. Patient Expert Posted Wed 23 Apr 2008 6:35pm 1 Comment A new week means a fresh start in eating right and exercising for me. I had planned to go running but instead I decided to go rollerblading. The last time I went rollerblading was probably in the summer for only a few minutes. So today Glen and I went rollerblading around the park. We rollerbladed around the park for about half an hour, and I def ... Read on »
Burning it up - Aerobic and Cardiovascular Exercise by Beth F. Patient Expert Posted Fri 13 Nov 2009 10:00pm What is aerobic exercise? In a nutshell, aerobic exercise is the type of sustained activity where you engage the large muscles of your body (legs and gluts) for a prolonged period of time. Aerobic exercise increases the need to oxygen that allows these muscles to perform, helps to flush toxins out of the bloodstream, increases your metabolism ... Read on »
Calorie burning exercises by Bill .. Posted Tue 13 Nov 2012 6:02pm Calorie burning exercises are all around us and we need to look at the best way to use our time to burn the calories from the food that we eat.For an individual who is overweight, exercising to lose that weight is one of the most rewarding activities you will ever embark upon.  However, there are literally thousands of activities y ... Read on »
Burning it up - Aerobic and Cardiovascular Exercise by Cascia T. Posted Fri 13 Nov 2009 10:00pm What is aerobic exercise? In a nutshell, aerobic exercise is the type of sustained activity where you engage the large muscles of your body (legs and gluts) for a prolonged period of time. Aerobic exercise increases the need to oxygen that allows these muscles to perform, helps to flush toxins out of the bloodstream, increases your metabolism ... Read on »
Weekend Wedding and Rollerblading by Erin W. Posted Tue 03 Jul 2012 9:07am I finally have a minute to sit back and breathe!  I feel like I’ve been going NON STOP since Thursday.  I took off work last Thursday and Friday because one of my best girlfriends got married in Chicago.  It’s been busy but fun! After work on Wednesday, I took the time to try my first at home shellac FRENCH manicure.  It was so hard to ... Read on »
Burn, Burn, Burn Those Calories Up! by Davalos & McCormack. Healthy Living Professional Posted Thu 16 Jul 2009 10:02pm Yesterday, I was at the gym.  Hold it a minute!  “Yesterday, I was at the gym”?  Do you know how amazing that sounds to me?  Even after all the years I have been going to the gym? Well, let’s just flash back to the 1990’s – I was dropping my kids off at St. Hilary’s elementary school and a mother and I were chatting.  She said to me in the cou ... Read on »
Burn, Burn, Burn Those Calories Up! by Shirley Davalos & Kevin McCormack Patient Expert Posted Fri 17 Jul 2009 12:36am Yesterday, I was at the gym.  Hold it a minute!  “Yesterday, I was at the gym”?  Do you know how amazing that sounds to me?  Even after all the years I have been going to the gym? Well, let’s just flash back to the 1990’s – I was dropping my kids off at St. Hilary’s elementary school and a mother and I were chatting.  She said to me in the cou ... Read on »
The Nitty Gritty by PunkRockChic Posted Sat 21 Apr 2012 1:00am I am asked often how I did it. How did I manage to lose 36 lbs since Christmas? I didn't diet. I didn't take weight-loss pills. I didn't get a gym membership. I didn't starve myself. I made a complete lifestyle change. I started only eating when I was actually hungry and soon I was only eating lunch and dinner and I started losing weight ve ... Read on »
How to RollerBlade Like A Pro – Or How to Get Started by FitBuff Brandon Patient Expert Posted Fri 26 Oct 2012 8:07am 600 to 900 calories burnt in an hour. It's possible and seems like a lot of fun too… that is if you know how to rollerblade . In comparison, one will usually burn 300-600 calories when walking or jogging. Sounds cool, doesn't it? Rollerblading, for all practical purposes, is aerobic in nature, and in its most extreme fo ... Read on »