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Articles by various contributors to Men of Value, an online magazine for American men who value our Judeo-Christian values of faith, family, and freedom.

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  By Deirdre Dunn The benefits of drinking Coffee include more than clearing your mental cobwebs in the morning. It also slows down aging and prevents certain chronic illnesses. Read on to discover the many benefits of this ubiquitous drink A. Coffee contains antioxidants that prevent aging. Over time, your

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A pedestrian checks a mobile device as he walks past the window display of a Nike Inc. Niketown store in New York, U.S., on Wednesday, March 18, 2015. Nike is scheduled to release a third-quarter earnings report following the close of U.S. financial markets on March 19. Photographer: Victor J. Blue/Bloomberg
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Though running can be enriching and rewarding to both professional athletes and long-time couch potatoes looking to get back in shape, it comes with a few injury risks. Arguably the best known of these injuries is Medial Tibial Stress Syndrome, also known as “shin splints.” If you ever suffer from

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Healthier Pasta: Why You Should Be Eating Whole-Grain Pasta By Carlton Ryan Pasta is a delicious and consequently highly popular food. However, pasta is also not particularly healthy since it is high in carbohydrates and has little nutritional value. Eating pasta isn’t terrible for you, but it certainly won’t make you

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Mediterranean Diet A Mediterranean diet may be the key to a longer, healthier life. Switching to a Mediterranean diet means reducing red meat consumption while increasing intake of seafood, fruits and vegetables, whole grains, and virgin olive oil. A growing body of research links the Mediterranean diet to lower levels

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By Ashley Wigram Sometimes it can be a little difficult to stay healthy during the school year. Social life, study commitments and work: each of these can cut down on the time you have to eat healthily and exercise. Whether you are a star athlete or not, you may have

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By J. Lang Wood   Staying fit is a 365-day-a-year task, and getting to the gym is not always possible. Work schedules, family emergencies and bad weather can keep you away from the workout you need, both physically and psychologically. However, if you keep these seven inexpensive pieces of exercise

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By Jacquelyn Cole Between work, family commitments and chores, who has time to exercise? While it might seem impossible to fit exercise into a hectic schedule, it’s actually easy to get some exercise every day, no matter how busy you are. Here are five ways to exercise when you don’t

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Bodybuilding for Beginners: By AlexaRose Weak or ‘lagging’ muscles are a common problem for many bodybuilders and frequent exercisers. Many people have areas on their body they feel do not show the same rate of muscle growth, even though they work at them just as hard. There can be many

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By Everett Stall Using a bodybuilding workout regime has more benefits beyond the superficial ones. Increasing muscle mass helps you to manage your weight, become stronger, reduce stress, and encourage a healthy night’s sleep. A bodybuilding workout proves beneficial for both men and women looking to live a healthier lifestyle.

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From Lycra leotards to maple-infused water, the fitness industry is not without its fads. Luckily, for those who would rather shed pounds than dollars, this year’s trend is a “back to basics” approach using proven methods to get you fit, lean and toned. So before you leap into the rip

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