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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
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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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FoodLooking Good

There aren’t many people that don’t enjoy eating big delicious sandwiches from time to time. Unfortunately, many sandwiches at your local deli or favorite restaurant are packed with fat, carbs, calories, as well as artificial and unhealthy ingredients. If you’re interested in enjoying some awesome sandwiches whenever the craving hits,

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Nigel Lum-Cox A lot of scientific research has gone into maximizing results from fitness training. This research has shown that tempo manipulation is one of the best ways to develop lean tissue. What is tempo manipulation? Tempo manipulation is the process of controlling the speed (tempo) of each repetition in

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By Colleen McMahon Mild white fish like tilapia are healthy and popular sources of protein. However, for even greater health benefits, you should look to fatty fish like salmon, tuna, and mackerel as well. These types of fish contain omega-3 fatty acids like docosahexaenoic acid (DHA) and eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA),

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Sports

There is a whole different culture to the sport of hockey compared to other sports. I am not an expert on the sport of hockey nor do I profess to be. However, I have done a fair amount of coaching at the youth level for several sports. The culture in hockey

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By Wanda Marie Thibodeaux   Exercise makes you stronger and more fit, assuming you give your body what it needs to recover. When you push too hard, you might encounter what’s known as overtraining syndrome. For optimum health, this needs to be treated, but there is more than one way

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Women and Family

As men, we learn what we want in life at some point. It might be career driven or it might be something else. At an early age it is about being popular, however as we get older it is about things that are far more important. It could be career

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By J. Lang Wood   Staying on a diet is a challenging endeavor, which can often be made more difficult by random days when you feel ravenously hungry for no particular reason. Researchers find that there are some common reasons why these especially hungry days occur, and understanding the triggers

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Diet change healthy lifestyle concept and having the courage to accept the challenge of losing weight and fighting obesity and diabetes as an overweight person walking on a highwire asparagus from fatty food towards vegetables and fruit.
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By Alexander Eliot   One of the hardest aspects of losing weight is finding the time and motivation to change your everyday routine. Sure, rigorous exercise regimens and carefully-planned diets can help you quickly shed some pounds. However, if you have a busy schedule, trying to adopt drastic new weight-loss

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Bodybuilder picks up dumbbells. A few dumbbells on the floor. Muscular man's hand taking dumbbell.
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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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