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

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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

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By   Alexa Rose 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 reasons

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FashionLooking Good

How did it get to be September already? Always being an optimist, I still want to say that there’s still a lot of summer left, as there usually is in September. But it won’t be too much longer until we’re all forced into admitting its autumn. This doesn’t mean you’ve got

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FoodLooking Good

by beconrad Doctors and scientists have long known that some people were sensitive to gluten. Celiac disease is a well documented and widely studied disease in which sufferers are unable to process the gluten in pasta, bread and other food sources. The inability to process gluten can lead to a

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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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FitnessLooking Good

By David Boston Charlize Theron.  Robert Downey, Jr.  Jennifer Aniston.  Adam Levine.  Joe Johnson.  Alessandra Ambrosio.  What do all of these celebrities have in common (besides being A-list actors, musicians, athletes, and supermodels)?  They all swear by yoga.  And their physical appearance and mental aptitude enthusiastically scream the benefits associated

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FoodLooking Good

Beloved dairy products like milk, butter, and yogurt can be a delicious part of a healthy diet. To enjoy the full benefits of this creamy food group, choosing the right dairy is essential. As a rule, grass-fed, whole milk products are tastier and more nutrient dense than the heavily marketed

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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 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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By   Benjamin Gray   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 know how

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