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6 Daily Self-Care Rituals For Highly Sensitive People

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First of all, if you *sometimes* cry during a commercial… you are not alone (and I’m not just referring to that Sarah McGlaughlin one). I’ve cried too.

Note: Do NOT click that link unless you want to shed a tear – seriously.

Being a “highly sensitive person” is much more than just shedding a tear at the drop of a hat. It also has to do with your senses and how you interact with the world.

You may be a highly sensitive person if:

  • Large crowds, strong smells, or people in general get “under your skin.”
  • You get overwhelmed with the demands of daily life.
  • You feel like you don’t know how to manage it all.

Being sensitive is something you’re born with. Just like you have blue eyes or brown hair, being a highly sensitive person is not necessarily something you choose. It has to do with your nervous system.

Highly sensitive people, which make up about 20 percent of the world’s population, have finely tuned nervous systems. This means that if you are highly sensitive, you feel things more strongly, can feel and read other people’s energy, can anticipate when something will happen (before it does) and also get hurt easily.

So THIS explains why I can smell cigarette smoke from the person driving 3 cars in front of me! Ah-ha!

If you are highly sensitive, an effective way to avoid becoming overwhelmed is SELF-CARE.

Here Are 6 Daily Self-Care Rituals For Highly Sensitive People:

Grounding
  • A simple practice that involves connecting your body with the Earth in whatever way makes sense for you.
    • Lying on the ground in the grass and meditating for 10 minutes.
    • Walking barefoot in the grass.
    • Taking a walk in nature.
    • Floating in water (ocean, lake, river, etc.).
Yoga
  • Naturally relaxing and energy-releasing.
  • Assists in releasing emotions and energy stored in your muscles.
  • Can help quiet the voices in your head and prepare you for sleep.
Massage Or Acupuncture
  • Releases toxins from your body, which promotes relaxation.
  • Acupuncture triggers your nervous system to send serotonin to your brain – instant relaxation!
Journaling
  • Too many thoughts trapped in your head? WRITE them down.
  • Journaling can help you make sense of your feelings.
  • Simply put a pen to paper and start writing about how you feel.
Dry Brushing
  • Helps remove dead skin cells and detoxifies your internal organs.
  • Use a natural bristle brush and starting at your feet, use circular motions as you work your way up your whole body, including your face.
  • Gets fresh blood-flow moving to your heart.
  • Can help you feel more energized and invigorated.
Salt Baths
  • Place Epsom salts in a hot bath and soak for 10 to 15 minutes.
  • Your body receives restorative benefits from soaking.
  • Allows you to make time for yourself to reflect on your day and relax.

Aaaaaahhhh, I feel better already! Now it’s just a matter of deciding which one to implement first. I think I’ll go for the bath. What about you?

We would love to hear what self-care rituals work for YOU. Please SHARE in the comment section below and then send this article to your family and friends, especially those who you know are sensitive people.

 

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Lindsay Sibson turned her lifelong dream of traveling the world into reality when she stepped on a plane to London, April 17, 2014. With the simple intention of learning more about this beautiful world, she stepped away from corporate America to explore an alternative lifestyle of long term international travel, volunteering, blogging and pursuing a blissfully happy and fulfilling way of life.Through her blog, Lindsay documents her journey in hopes of empowering others to find their passion, reignite their spark and freshen their outlook on life.

 


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The author, Drew Canole, and the associated www.fitlife.tv are not rendering medical advice, nor to diagnose, prescribe, or treat any disease, condition, illness, or injury. It is imperative that before beginning any nutrition or exercise program you receive full medical clearance from a licensed physician.

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The Amazing Healing Power Of Cat Purrs

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Written by: Kat Gal

I am 32 years old and while my friends are either having or hoping to have children soon, I have no interest in that. What I really want is a furbaby – otherwise known as a CAT.

Yep, I am a cat-crazy girl named Kat.

Unfortunately, I have never had a cat… my mother never allowed it when I was a child and as an adult, it simply hasn’t fit with my nomadic lifestyle. But the time has come: 2016 will be the year of the cat for me.

Why do I want a cat?

Because cats are the coolest (don’t even argue on that with me!) and the best pet to have! Here’s why:

  • Cats are low maintenance. You don’t have take them out for walks, like you need to do with dogs.
  • They are independent. They even take care of their bathroom business alone.
  • They are full of love. And cats don’t just love you because you are ‘their human,’ but because they also love you for YOU.
  • They are smart and full of personality.
  • They are cute. Don’t believe me? Go watch some cat videos, NOW!

What is even more interesting is that cats have healing powers – or rather, their purrs do.

A Brief History Of Cats

I am not the first one in history who has an appreciation for cats. In fact, the strong bond between cats and humans dates back for as long as history can remember.

  • The oldest remains of a young wild cat buried with a human was found in Cyprus. The remains are about 9,500 years old.
  • In Ancient Egypt, cats were loved and worshiped. Their goddess of war and protection, Bastet, is a woman with the head of a cat. Beyond Egypt, cats were loved around the whole world among many cultures.
  • Chinese farmers worshiped Li-Shou, the Chinese cat god for protecting their crops from mice and rats. The Polish cat god, Ovinnik, was believed to chase away evil spirits. Ai-apaec was the name of the Peruvian cat god. Ceridwen, a Welsh goddess, was attended by white cats to help her in the human world.

Now let’s leave history alone and forget about personal preferences of pets for now. Let’s look at the real science behind the healing powers of cats.

The Healing Power Of A Cat’s Purr

A recent study found a cats purr to be medically therapeutic when in the range of 25 – 150 Hz. People who own cats also seem to have suffer less from health conditions, get better sleep and are 40% less likely to have a heart attack, simply because cats that are loved and being cared for help their ‘human’ to relax.

Cat purr vibrations can help you with:

  • Pain relief
  • Wound recovery
  • Muscle growth
  • Muscle repair
  • Tendon repair
  • Bone recovery and growth
  • Joint mobility
  • Dyspnea
  • Shortness of breath

What If You Are Allergic To Cats?

There are hypoallergenic cat breeds you can consider, including:

  • Balinese-Javanese
  • Cornish Rex
  • Devon Rex
  • Siberian
  • Sphynx
  • Bengal
  • Burmese
  • Siamese
  • Russian Blue
  • Ocicat
  • Oriental Shorthair

If you are looking to get a cat, make sure to go to the Humane Society or look around your community for kittens that need a good home. Remember that, while cats are sweet and are apparently good for your health, they are also a big responsibility. Make sure you have the right environment, time and love for them.

Are you a cat person? Do you have a cat? Tell us about him or her! Better yet, show us a picture – we would love to see your fur-babies. Share with us in the comments below!

 

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Kat Gál is a multi-passionate Holistic Health & Happiness Coach, Freelance Writer, Educator and World Traveler. She has coached women from all around the world, worked with abused children in Kenya, taught English in Mexico, volunteered on an olive farm in Turkey, hitchhiked in Costa Rica and climbed volcanoes in Guatemala to name a few of her happy adventures.You deserve to live a happy and healthy life and Kat is here to show you how to do that. Kat invites you to join the “Happiness Tribe: 2016, the Year of Happiness” on Facebook to create your best year yet within a supportive sisterhood. For more health and happiness tips, visit her website and check out her best-selling program, Your 21-Day Mind-Body-Soul Shake-Up. To contact her for writing assignments, check out her freelance writing website.


Disclaimer: The techniques, strategies, and suggestions expressed here are intended to be used for educational purposes only.

The author, Drew Canole, and the associated www.fitlife.tv are not rendering medical advice, nor to diagnose, prescribe, or treat any disease, condition, illness, or injury. It is imperative that before beginning any nutrition or exercise program you receive full medical clearance from a licensed physician.

Drew Canole and Fitlife.tv claim no responsibility to any person or entity for any liability, loss, or damage caused or alleged to be caused directly or indirectly as a result of the use, application, or interpretation of the material presented here.

 

 

 

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10 Benefits Of Kissing: Backed By Chemistry

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Written by: Kat Gal

My first kiss with my husband – then boyfriend – was much anticipated on a winter day over 8 years ago. Needless to say, many kisses have followed since.

Our first as husband and wife was to seal our love and our commitment to each other. We have a picture, but the memory in our hearts is what keeps it safe forever.

Our last kiss was a sweet, loving exchange maybe an hour ago while cleaning up the dishes together after dinner.

Our next kiss is still a mystery, but I am sure I won’t have to wait too long.

Kissing is a beautiful and enjoyable exchange between two people. It is a measure of your feelings, an expression of your love, attraction and passion for each other. Kissing is not only loving, fun and exciting, but it is also a powerful mood booster, helping your self-esteem and confidence skyrocket.

The release of oxytocin peptides and serotonin in your body can make you feel high on life – or shall we say, high on love.

Kissing really is one of the most powerful natural drugs out there. Here are 10 magical benefits of kissing and why it feels so amazing.

1. Kissing is a physical pain reliever. When you feel good, you feel less pain. But there is science behind this. Kissing increases your body’s threshold for pain-receptor activation and also helps the release of endorphins from your brain. Endorphins are pain-relieving happy hormones; they hinder pain pathways, thus providing you with instant pain relief.

Kissing may be beneficial for those who suffer from chronic pain due to autoimmune disorders or malignant cancer. From personal experience, I can say that kissing has helped me decrease headache pain.

2. Kissing may lower your blood pressure. When you are kissing, your blood vessels dilate and may cause a decrease in blood pressure, providing pain relief and lowering stress levels. If you are dealing with hypertension or if it runs in your family, more kissing is on your personal prescription.

3. Kissing can improve your heart health. Kissing not only expresses your loving feelings coming from your heart, but may also cause a decrease in the sympathetic tone of it. As a result, it reduces physical and psychological stress that may lead to heart issues.

4. Kissing can boost your immunity and help with your allergies. Kissing doesn’t only keep you active, but also increases the activity of your immune cells to fight germs through the production of IgA antibodies. Kissing can lower IgE antibodies, therefore lowering the release of histamine from mast cells that are the reason for your allergic reactions.

5. Kissing improves oral hygiene. By boosting salivation, kissing leads to the release of enzymes that clean up plaque that could otherwise lead to cavities and decay in the future. If you keep on kissing (and brushing your teeth, of course!), your dentist will be proud.

6. Kissing improves your mood and decreases your stress levels. When you are kissing, your brain feels like it’s on some good drugs as a result of the release of dopamine and serotonin, your brain’s favorite mood elevating hormones.

Kissing releases oxytocin and endorphins as well. Oxytocin can increase the romantic bond between you and your kissing mate, while endorphins can calm you down. Furthermore, adrenaline (a stress hormone) production will decrease, making you feel even more calm. No wonder kissing can make you feel so good, loved, happy and confident.

7. Kissing may relieve menstrual cramps. Ladies, this one is for us. Remember your endorphins? They inhibit pain. Because kissing releases endorphins and also leads to blood vessel dilation, your cramps can lighten up. Now you have science to back you up when you need some extra gentle loving during that time of the month.

8. Kissing may relieve migraines and headaches. As I have shared in point #1, it works. Because your blood vessels dilate and all the happy hormones (dopamine, serotonin and endorphins) are being released during kissing, your headaches may decrease or even disappear. No more tylenol, sumatriptans, or other drugs: all you need is a good old kissing session.

9. Kissing can improve the tone of your facial muscles. Kissing involves all of your 34 facial and 112 postural muscles. It is kind of like a facial workout that can increase the tone of your muscles, leading to more effective communication through showing the right facial expression in every situation. Kissing may help you tone your neck and could relieve facial palsy as well.

10. Kissing burns calories. I told you, it’s a workout – and no gym membership is needed either. A passionate kiss that lasts for at least 20 seconds can burn 2-3 calories per minute. Let’s not obsess on math, but you can be sure that a nice long kissing session can help you burn some of that raw brownie off that you are munching on (wait, I am munching on some raw brownies… hmm, I may need some kissing…).

It seems like kissing may just be one of the healthiest activities for all. What are you waiting for? Go find the love of your life and start kissing!

What if you haven’t found your significant other yet, are taking a break from the dating game for now or are too old for spin-the-bottle? For one, you can NEVER be too old for spin-the-bottle. Second, even loving and friendly kisses on the cheek can lead to amazing health benefits, helping you feel good in mind, body and soul. Find a friend or a family member and give them a big kiss.

If you are still not up for kissing, hugging is also a beautiful energy exchange of love and care.

Hugging has some powerful health benefits as well:

1. Hugging may lower your heart rate.

2. It may reduce stress, anxiety, anger and fear by stimulating oxytocin.

3. It may lower depression and increases happiness through the release of dopamine.

4. It may decrease loneliness and depression through the release of serotonin.

5. It may increase your immune system.

6. It may boost your self-esteem and self-confidence.

7. It may reduce your mortality.

Kissing or hugging: you can never have too much of it.

If you are looking for ways to express your love in other ways besides just kisses and hugs, read this amazing list and also visit our Organifi shop to get our Organifi Green Juice Powder and Biotic Balance Probiotic to help keep you, your love and even your gut energized and healthy.

Happy kissing! And don’t forget to share your first, your last, or your most memorable kissing experiences with us (keep it PG though). Share your comments below!

 

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Kat Gál is a multi-passionate Holistic Health & Happiness Coach, Freelance Writer, Educator and World Traveler. She has coached women from all around the world, worked with abused children in Kenya, taught English in Mexico, volunteered on an olive farm in Turkey, hitchhiked in Costa Rica and climbed volcanoes in Guatemala to name a few of her happy adventures.You deserve to live a happy and healthy life and Kat is here to show you how to do that. Kat invites you to join the “Happiness Tribe: 2016, the Year of Happiness” on Facebook to create your best year yet within a supportive sisterhood. For more health and happiness tips, visit her website and check out her best-selling program, Your 21-Day Mind-Body-Soul Shake-Up. To contact her for writing assignments, check out her freelance writing website.


Disclaimer: The techniques, strategies, and suggestions expressed here are intended to be used for educational purposes only.

The author, Drew Canole, and the associated www.fitlife.tv are not rendering medical advice, nor to diagnose, prescribe, or treat any disease, condition, illness, or injury. It is imperative that before beginning any nutrition or exercise program you receive full medical clearance from a licensed physician.

Drew Canole and Fitlife.tv claim no responsibility to any person or entity for any liability, loss, or damage caused or alleged to be caused directly or indirectly as a result of the use, application, or interpretation of the material presented here.

 

 

 

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11 Habits Healthy People Do To Rock Monday Morning

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Written by: Anthony Cocco

Beat the “Mondaze” and become your best self!

When the alarm clock goes off on Monday morning, what happens?

Do you wake up energized and ready to seize the day, or are you sluggish and find yourself wishing for just five more minutes to snuggle up in that cozy bed of yours?

Are you one of those people who thinks Monday is a stupendous day filled with fabulous opportunities to make something extraordinary happen, or is it just another Monday morning?

Unfortunately, almost 76% of Americans have the “Sunday night blues.” If you are one of those people who go to bed on Sunday dreading Monday, your Monday morning is not going to start of well. I used to be a total Crabby Patty until I had that first cup of coffee. Every Monday morning used to just be me waking up on the wrong side of the bed. 

Like a sprinter in a race, Monday is the sound of your starting gun. Will you have a solid first step, or will you be slow off the line, finishing behind the pack?

If you are in need of a Monday morning overhaul, here are 11 ways that can help you take back your Monday and make the most of your week.   

1. Start The Night Before

Create a new evening routine. Get everything you need done for the next day situated so that you have less to do and more time to focus on YOU.

    • Shut off technology early
    • Get tomorrow’s clothes ready
    • Make your lunch (and the family’s if necessary)
    • And anything else that you typically wait until Monday morning to do!

2. Get Your Z’s

Starting off your Monday with a lack of sleep is a surefire way to you grabbing the carbs, sugars and caffeine in order to break through the barrier. Being well rested has many health benefits that can help you to seize the day and make the most out of your opportunities.

  • Create a hard cutoff and DVR your favorite show to watch Monday.

3. Attitude Of Gratitude

Waking up with an attitude of gratitude is the best way to create a positive shift in your mindset. It allows you to start focusing on the GOOD.

You can also try adding in a few positive affirmations:

  • Today will be a wonderful day to remember.
  • Today brings me joy.
  • I choose to fully participate in my day.

4. Have A Vision

What are you working toward? Do you have a clear vision of what it will look like when you accomplish it? Have you created a dream book or vision board? Spend five minutes dreaming each morning. Reflect on your vision and get excited!

5. Get Active

You must make up your mind the night before that you are going to exercise and be 100% committed to it. If working out in the morning is something new, remember, start small and build from there. Going for a walk, yoga, or pilates are always good starting points. If you want to dive right in, hit the gym and unleash the champion.  

6. Find Your Song

This is critical for me. Music amps me, but it also sets my mood. Soothing music can decrease stress and reduce cortisol (the stress hormone) and upbeat dance music can increase antibodies and uplift a down mood.

Two of my favorite morning songs are:

7. Start Something New

A new activity is something that each of us look forward to. Start something new that you will look forward to doing. If you have your bucket list or goals you want to accomplish, use the early hours of Monday morning to be your launching point.

 

8. Vitamins And Minerals

Nutrients are your body’s fuel. Be sure to add the powerhouses to your regimen for maximum benefits.

  • Magnesium: Responsible for over 300 enzymatic functions and is the required for producing ATP (a coenzyme, which during metabolism, transports energy within your cells).
  • B-Vitamins: Help convert your food into fuel, helping you stay energized.
  • CoQ10: Found in the mitochondria of your cells and is the energy center that sparks energy production throughout your entire body.

9. Read

Starting the morning reading something positive can help fuel you. Ideally, you would want to read something that speaks to your mind and your heart. Never try and force it!

Some of my favorites that helped create a shift:

10. Green Juice

This Fitlife Green Juice recipe is one of my favorites. It puts some pep in my step and keeps me bright eyed and ready to take on the day. If you don’t have time to make fresh juice, Organifi is amazing! It’s organic and loaded with superfoods, adaptogens and phytonutrients.

 

11. Leave A Clean House

This might require buy-in from other people, but trust me, it’s worth it!

When you leave a clean house, you gain a clean mind. If you have dirty dishes in the sink, that will sit with you all day and clog up your brain. If you know you have dirty laundry to pick up, that is something you know you have to do later, which is not fun or exciting.

Messes, piles and clutter can steal your energy. Having a clean house to come home to is very rewarding and peaceful.  

Hack your Monday and become your best self. Comment below and let us know which habits you are trying and what is working best for you.  

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For almost two decades, Anthony suffered from a never-ending migraine. In October 2010, it was suggested by his neurologist to receive multiple Botox injections in his head and he immediately decided to take his health into his own hands. After months of trial and error he became migraine free on May 13, 2011, by implementing a holistic lifestyle. He has since dedicated his life’s work to creating programs that will work alongside healthcare professionals, focused on the holistic alternatives that are consistently overlooked.Anthony is a Certified Health Coach, Leadership Coach, and former migraine sufferer. His passion can be found in helping individuals understand their unique body and become best prepared to overcome migraines and headaches.


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The author, Drew Canole, and the associated www.fitlife.tv are not rendering medical advice, nor to diagnose, prescribe, or treat any disease, condition, illness, or injury. It is imperative that before beginning any nutrition or exercise program you receive full medical clearance from a licensed physician.

Drew Canole and Fitlife.tv claim no responsibility to any person or entity for any liability, loss, or damage caused or alleged to be caused directly or indirectly as a result of the use, application, or interpretation of the material presented here.

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How Loneliness Can Be Deadly

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There I was… sitting on a gorgeous volcanic black-sand beach in the Canary Islands. The sun was kissing my bronzed skin as the waves joyfully tickled my toes.

If I had to pick ONE “happy place,” it would be the scene described above.

However, there was one problem I had in that moment.

I was ALONE. And not only was I alone… I was lonely.

Now let me explain… I cherish quiet moments and alone time. However, I had been backpacking in Europe by myself for 4 months at that point (which was incredible), but it also meant that I had a TON of “alone time.”

And let me tell you, feeling lonely sucks (even in beautiful places)!

The “Invisible Epidemic”

You have been there and so have I. Feelings of isolation and loneliness have plagued us all at one point or another. However, feeling lonely is much more than just feeling sad… it can also lead to chronic illness and even death.

Scientists are beginning to investigate why loneliness takes such a toll on your health. They have discovered that when you are socially isolated, it puts your body in “fight or flight” mode.

This response causes a surge of events to occur within your body as a way of preparing you for a social threat. However, these reactions also alter the production of white blood cells, which leaves you susceptible to disease.

Researchers at the University of Chicago found that loneliness – or even perceived social isolation – is linked with changes in the way your genes express themselves. The scary part is that these changes ignite inflammation while decreasing your antiviral responses.

Even though inflammation is your body’s effort to help you heal, improper inflammatory responses can damage cells and lead to other various negative health conditions if left untreated.

A recent investigation to explore more about the impact of loneliness in humans (called CTRA – conserved transcriptional response to adversity) found, after looking at “transcriptomes” or gene readouts, that:

  • White blood cells belonging to 141 lonely older adults were found to be unregulated.
  • Heightened activity was observed in the sympathetic nervous system (responsible for your “fight or flight” response).
  • Loneliness could be used to predict future CTRA gene expression patterns (and vice versa).
    • Indicates that these responses communicate with one another.

Researchers also studied primates to observe how loneliness affects CTRA gene expression. The same discovery was found that lonely macaques (a breed of monkey) displayed raised CTRA activity as well as an increase in their “fight or flight” response chemicals (norepinephrine/noradrenaline).

This increase in norepinephrine triggers the production of immature monocyte, which is a type of white blood cell that causes less antiviral gene expression and a more pro-inflammatory response. When the researchers looked at the blood samples of lonely humans and monkeys, they found a large quantity of monocytes in BOTH!   

The impact of the change in gene expression patterns revealed that the lonely monkeys experienced weakened antiviral responses to infections as well as primate HIV (simian immunodeficiency virus). They also had higher levels of viral replication in both their brain and blood.

These findings have led the researchers to suggest a model that explains how elevated CTRA activity is a result of a loneliness-driven “fight or flight” response. Thus, this response enhances immature monocyte levels.

These gene expression patterns – caused by your body’s response to loneliness – result in leaving you vulnerable to chronic disease and infection due to inflammation and a weakened antiviral response.

To read a detailed report of these findings, visit Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.

FEELING LONELY?

Try these 5 tips to feel more connected:

1. Find An Activity Or Group To Join Through Meetup.com You can meet people that have similar interests and join their “meetups.”

2. DO Something For Someone Else – Head to your local store or coffee shop and compliment someone else or help someone with their bags. Even holding the door and smiling at someone can go a long way!

3. Reach Out To Someone – Say “hi” to someone you admire on the internet… or someone you haven’t talked to in a while! I did this while traveling and got connected with some really great people. It takes a little courage, but what’s the worst that could happen? They don’t respond? NO biggie! Try someone else.

4. But Now… Step Away From Social Media – It is NOT real life! Real life is happening outside your doors right now… not on your phone screen. What you see people post on social media is only a fraction of what is actually happening in life. Go observe the world in real time by heading outdoors for a walk.

5. Message Me – Find me on Facebook, Instagram, or Youtube – I love meeting and learning from new people. Guaranteed I’ll write you back!

Always remember… We are in this together.

SHARE this article and we can combat loneliness – TOGETHER!

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Disclaimer: The techniques, strategies, and suggestions expressed here are intended to be used for educational purposes only.

The author, Drew Canole, and the associated www.fitlife.tv are not rendering medical advice, nor to diagnose, prescribe, or treat any disease, condition, illness, or injury. It is imperative that before beginning any nutrition or exercise program you receive full medical clearance from a licensed physician.

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