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If You Don't Practice Good Nutrition, You Might Age Poorly
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If You Don't Practice Good Nutrition, You Might Age Poorly

Massage Magazine - October 2, 2017

Different illnesses, conditions or diseases have different nutritional requirements, and each responds to diet and nutrition uniquely. This holistic approach ...

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David Johnson eliminated most meat from his diet after watching two documentaries
CBSSports.com, Florida - August 19, 2017

This is scary to consider, but what if we still haven't seen the best of David Johnson? What if Johnson, who cemented his status as the best all-around back in football by leading the league in yards from scrimmage last year, is still getting better?It's certainly ...

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Nutrition team at school puts players on track to succeed
Gatorsports.com, Florida - August 18, 2017

UF has expanded its sports nutrition staff to serve all 526 athletes in 19 sports, including Taylor. Since 2014, Florida's sports nutrition budget has increased by roughly $700,000, with a staff of nine full-time and hourly employees. While Perno is embedded with ...

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From the porch steps: To age well, maintain a good diet
Daily Commercial, Florida - July 9, 2017

The first and most important thing you can do — and really the easiest — is to keep plenty of high-nutrition items on hand that take little or no preparation. Most fruits fit into this category. I especially enjoy strawberries, blueberries, oranges, peaches ...

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Lakeland group taking road diet info trip to Orlando
The Ledger, Florida - July 1, 2017

LAKELAND â Lakeland is loading up a bus with a bunch of development officials, private investors and people hoping to be in a place to make the decision to scope out a street in Orlando that could be a model for reconstructing South Florida Avenue.

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This is How a Plant-Based Whole-Foods Diet Will Improve Your Life
Massage Magazine, Florida - June 9, 2017

Did you know that heart disease is the number-one killer in the U.S., followed closely by cancer? Approximately 600,000 people die of each of these diseases annually, according to the National Center for Health Statistics. Stroke, diabetes and Alzheimerâs disease ...

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