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James Vincent’s blog on fashion, food, and fitness

Healthy Pasta
FoodLooking Good

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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FoodLooking Good

By Carlton Ryan Many of us eat too much. The average person would be healthier if they ate less everyday. 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 time.

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Vitamins And Sport
Fashion

Well-Timed Nutrition for the Best Possible Workout A well-timed intake of nutrients before, during and after exercise is a primary determinant of how effective (and comfortable) your workout will be. If you’ve ever hit the gym after a large meal or without enough food or in your stomach, you will

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Portrait of happy man with arms crossed against Greek flag
Fashion

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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Greedy Fat Man Eating Hamburger
Fashion

By Wanda Marie If you’re busier than ever these days, you’re admittedly not alone. Even so, a hectic schedule is not an excuse to cut workouts from your calendar. In fact, evidence suggests you might be shooting yourself in the foot by eliminating your trips to the gym. These are

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Suit, Coppley; Shirt, Geoffrey Beene; Tie, Ike Behar; Pocket Square, Vintage
FashionLooking Good

Written & Produced by James Vincent Christmas is over. New Year’s Eve is a pleasant memory that’s quickly fading away. It’s January now, the dead of winter. You’re back to your work-a-day grind and it’s been kind of tough to start slogging through it again with any enthusiasm. Then, you

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