LivingFuel SuperHealth: SuperFit Without the Gym – Introducing The 7 Tiger Moves

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Posted on 20th May 2010 by admin in Super Health

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Welcome back to our special LivingFuelTV series SuperFit Without the Gym with 57-year-old natural fitness expert, John Peterson.

Consider the revolutionary idea that your own body can serve as your gym. Today, we introduce the exercise system from my book Super Health – The Seven Tiger Moves, a series of highly effective and easy-to-learn exercises that can transform your body as well as your overall approach to physical fitness. We’ll discuss and demonstrate how The Tiger Moves can work for everyone – young and old, male and female, from the world-class athlete to to the health-challenged. You can perform these exercises anywhere – in the comfort of your home, in your office or even on the beach on a beautiful Spring day!

Click here to watch. For your convenience, we’ve posted all four episodes of SuperFit Without the Gym on the same web page we’ll link you to below. Thanks for tuning in!

For more information, visit our enhanced website at www.livingfuel.com or call 1-866-580-FUEL (3835).

Here’s to your SuperHealth,

KC Craichy
Founder & CEO
Living Fuel, Inc.


LivingFuel HealthAlert: Omega-3 Intake Reduces Risk of Periodontal Disease

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Posted on 17th February 2010 by admin in Health Alerts

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Omega-3 fatty acids have been well documented for being beneficial for heart health but there are not any well documented studies linking omega-3 and periodontal disease. Researchers decided to investigate the relationship between dietary intake of omega-3 and periodontal conditions. They recruited 55 participants with an average age of 74 years from a longitudinal interdisciplinary study of aging and followed the participants for 5 years.

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LivingFuel HealthAlert: Protective Effect of Physical Activity in Heart Failure Risk

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Posted on 17th February 2010 by admin in Health Alerts

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Scientists found that being overweight was independently associated with an increased risk for heart failure. Abdominal waist circumference or waist-to-hip ratio was associated with the greatest risk for heart failure among both men and women. Moderate or high levels of physical activity were associated with a reduced risk of heart failure. The protective effect of physical activity on heart failure was consistent in subjects at all levels of body mass index.

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Bilberries May Prevent Artery Hardening, Boost Heart Health

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Posted on 10th December 2009 by admin in Health Alerts

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Extracts from bilberry may prevent the build up of plaques in the arteries, preventing hardening of the blood vessels and boosting overall heart health, says a new study from France.

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Nutrition Quiz: Potassium

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Posted on 5th December 2009 by admin in Super Health

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Potassium is essential to good health. One of its most important roles is to regulate the level of fluids in the body. It’s also important to the health of the heart, brain and nervous system. Potassium helps in muscle control and removal of waste from the body. If we don’t have enough potassium in the body, we can have a variety of health problems.

One of the best sources of potassium is LivingFuel SuperGreens and SuperBerry. Learn more about this amazing nutrient by taking this quiz.


Study: Heart-Health Benefits Of Omega-3s Depend On How Fish Is Cooked

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Posted on 18th November 2009 by admin in Health Alerts

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Baked or boiled fish delivers the heart-health benefits of omega-3 fatty acids more effectively than fried, salted or dried fish, according to research presented at the American Heart Association’s Scientific Sessions 2009 at Orlando, Florida.

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Aerobic Exercise No Big Stretch for Older Adults But Helps Elasticity of Arteries

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Posted on 4th November 2009 by admin in Health Alerts

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Just three months of physical activity reaps heart health benefits for older adults with type 2 diabetes by improving the elasticity in their arteries – reducing risk of heart disease and stroke. That’s according to Dr. Kenneth Madden when he spoke to the 2009 Canadian Cardiovascular Congress.

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Walnuts or Fish Oil? How to Get the Right Omega-3s

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Posted on 4th November 2009 by admin in Health Alerts

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Which is better, walnuts or fish oil? Actually, the answer is both, according to new research. In a clinical trial to compare the two types of omega-3s, researchers at Loma Linda University in California found that plant-derived omega-3 oil in walnuts offers different heart-health benefits than the marine-derived omega-3 in salmon.

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