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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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Women and Family

It is clear the internet is resourceful, but at the same time causes quite a bit of risk…..interpretation…….fear…….and we now question what kids are faced with.  What does all of this mean? There is a ton of inappropriate stuff scattered all over the web kids will eventually see and hear

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Man's hands cooking at home and chopping fresh vegetables on a cutting board kitchen tools and food ingredients all around top view
FoodLooking Good

By Carlton Ryan Many of us eat too much. The average person would be healthier if they ate less every day. Of course, doing so is hard. Among the myriad difficulties is hunger. If you try to eat less, you may feel as if you are starving much of the

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Man's feet standing on weighing machine weighing scale
FoodLooking Good

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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Athletic man doing exercises with dumbbells in The Gym's Studio
FitnessLooking Good

By C. S. Nelson You pushed yourself hard at the gym or out on the trail, making every effort to increase your health, endurance and stamina. And for your sweat and pain you probably woke up the next morning with delayed onset muscle soreness, commonly known as DOMS. It has

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Blueberry antioxidant organic superfood in a bowl concept for healthy eating and nutrition
FoodLooking Good

By J. Lang Wood Nutrition experts advise everyone to increase the amount of fruits and vegetables in their daily diets, but some fruits have special benefits to keep your body functioning at its best. If you add these fruits to your diet on a daily basis, you will increase the

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Son on father's shoulder / photo set of sporty muscular Hispanic shirtless fitness man with his son over white background
FitnessLooking Good

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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FOOTBALL
Sports

At an early age it was clear he was not just a big kid, but in fact had gifted athletic ability and size. You usually don’t get both, but Tony did and you can’t teach either. It was coupled by the fact he had a brother who participated in the

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children hand takes the plum from man's hand
FoodLooking Good

By C. S. Nelson By design, fruit is mysterious. Its skin prevents the buyer from seeing what’s inside before the purchase. But this is not a mystery without clues. When you know what to look for you can greatly increase the chances of bringing home the perfect sweet piece of

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Attractive Man Does Crossfit Push Ups With Trx Fitness Straps In The Gym's Studio
FitnessLooking Good

Whether you play sport in a recreational league or varsity ball, off-season training can be the key to becoming the best player you can. The hard work you do in your time off — and the time you take to let your body recover — can “make or break” your

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Soybeans are harvested with a Case IH 7230 combine harvester at dusk in Princeton, Illinois, U.S., on Thursday, Sept. 24, 2015. Soybean futures for November delivery fell 0.9% on the Chicago Board of Trade after reaching $8.92, highest for most-active contract since Sept. 16. Photographer: Daniel Acker/Bloomberg
FoodLooking Good

By C. Storey Since 1994, the United Soybean Board (USB) has conducted annual surveys to collect evidence about soybean consumption among Americans. Their 2015 survey revealed that 78% of the 1,000 random survey subjects consumed soybeans regularly, which was an 11% increase from the 2011 survey (67%). The findings revealed

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