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September 8, 2015

Players with higher vitamin D levels were less likely to get cut from the team during preseason in a recent study involving members of the Pittsburg Steelers, the Vitamin D Council reports. Higher levels also related to less likelihood of suffering broken bones.



“Based on these findings, routine monitoring and optimization of vitamin D levels should be considered as part of the routine care of NFL players, with special attent...

If there’s one thing that doesn’t discriminate – it’s cellulite. Most of us have it, and if you don’t, consider yourself lucky. We know that cellulite is hard to love, and with bikini season in full swing.


Q: What is cellulite?


A: Cellulite is simply fat beneath the skin that tends to have a bumpy appearance because it pushes against connective tissue, causing the skin above it to pucker. As you will see below, the globules of...

Effectively helps to increase blood circulation without putting strain on your heart and increases the levels of oxygen and white blood cells in your blood


Stimulates the production of collagen (a building block for human tissue) in your body and helps to rid your body of toxins by causing you to perspire


You get the benefit of a stronger immune system, better cardiovascular health, and a faster ability to heal from soft tissu...

May 12, 2015

The FIT Bodywrap® produces far infrared heat (FIR), which is actually light that we can’t see, but can feel as heat. All warm blooded animals, including humans, generate this type of heat naturally to warm themselves, and more than half of the sun’s heat is infrared as well.


Infrared heat warms us without warming the air around us (don’t you feel warmer when the sun comes out from behind the clouds?) and penetrates our bodies,...

May 6, 2015

Wondering what to eat and what to smooth on? These skin-saving foods help both ways.


Here’s a beautiful reason to stop by the supermarket today: Certain foods have powerhouse ingredients that keep skin supple and smooth and help fight age-related damage, says Nicholas Perricone, MD, a board-certified dermatologist and author of Ageless Face, Ageless Mind. Wondering what to eat and what to smooth on? These skin-saving foo...

May 1, 2015

Vitamin D is important for good overall health and strong and healthy bones. It’s also an important factor in making sure your muscles, heart, lungs and brain work well and that your body can fight infection.


Your body can make its own vitamin D from sunlight. You can also get vitamin D from supplements and a very small amount comes from a few foods you eat.


The vitamin D that you get in your skin from sunlight, an...

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