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Don't Sweat It
Exercisers of all ages are at increased risk for dehydration during these hot summer months. Dehydration can diminish energy, impair performance, and have serious health consequences. Even a 2% loss of body weight through sweat--3 pounds for a 150-pound exerciser--can mean trouble. Maintaining proper hydration is important for all fitness enthusiasts. Weighing yourself, without clothing, just before and after you exercise is one way to measure fluid losses. Each pound lost is equivalent to about 15 ounces of dehydration.
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Touch for Health Level One
Sep 6, 2014
Kelowna & Central Okanagan
Learn accurate muscle testing skills and how to balance energy for better health and vitality for you and your family or as a career helping others!
Animal Guides, Totems and Medicine
OK In Health columnist and author of 'Spirit talk' Kerry Palframan RN discuss 'Animal Guides, Totems and Medicine' - Using the animals as spiritual tools along your individual journey – to guide you on your path of self-discovery is a great asset in guiding you through periods of your life....
This is a simple omlette that is packed full of flavour! All eggs contain the same basic good stuff, and the large ones pack only 72 calories each, so you really can't go wrong. But depending on your eating habits, special eggs may be worth the extra cash. Labels to look for are Organic eggs as these were laid by chickens that aren't fed nasty slaughterhouse byproducts, antibiotics, or certain additives. Have you ever wondered what the difference is between free run and free range - check out the OK In Health article on that topic in our August Article section.
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