How Social Media Fueled the Ultimate Body Fuel Course

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by Quia Querisma Like most digital start-ups, EatingsForAbs.com started out of necessity and a desire for change. Coach Bryndan “Be” Moore, a certified nutrition coach, didn’t always live a life of clean eating and regular exercise. Years ago, Be visited the gym intermittently, and would grow frustrated that he wasn’t achieving the physical results he…

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Olympian Dr. Rhadi Ferguson talks Weight Loss and His Book “Coffee with Rhadi”

Olympian, 4 time National Judo champion, MMA fighter, now author Dr. Rhadi Ferguson took a few questions impromptu from our resident body transformation and athletic performance coach, Coach Be (www.AlumniWellness.com) for a new episode of his show “Coffee with Rhadi.”

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Planet Fitness: Not Such a “Judgment-Free Zone” After All – Ban Women’s Hair Scarves

By Stephanie Humphrey I consider myself to be many things – friend, tech-life expert, daughter among others.  I like to think that activist falls somewhere on that list, but beyond the sporadic addition of my name to a petition on Change.org, I don’t regularly make very many causes a priority in my life.  So while…

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Michael Jackson: 3 Years Later Have We Learned Anything From MJ’s Death?

WAKE UP MUSIC INDUSTRY AND AMERICA: WE HAVE A DRUG PROBLEM! BY JAMES L. WALKER, JR. – ENTERTAINMENT LAWYER Today, marks the 3rd anniversary of the death of the King of Pop, Michael Jackson. On June 25th, 2009, the great singer was found unconscious at his home and rushed to a hospital.  We later learned he died from…

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Hunger Hits Home

The problem of childhood hunger is not simply a moral issue. Child hunger hampers a young person’s ability to learn and becomes more likely to suffer from poverty as an adult. Scientific evidence suggests that hungry children are less likely to become productive citizens.

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You Can Do It!

With cancer and disease running ram pet these days, it is so important to get up, get out and do something! Walk 30 minutes a day, drink twice as much water than you do now,  cut your sugar intake in half, or just increase the number of fruits and vegetables you eat everyday.   We…

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Best carbohydrate sources for your family

Hi protein, low carb diets are maybe not the best way to go. All carbs are not alike. By all means, dump the pizza, cookies, soda, cakes and candy. But don’t forget the most important of them all, your fruits and veggies! Despite the high protein low carb fad diets, carbs are actually good for…

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Musiq Soulchild New Ambassador for Susan G. Komen for the Cure

Atlantic Records Recording Artist Musiq Soulchild announced his new role as ambassador for Susan G. Komen for the Cure® Circle of Promise, a movement designed to further engage black women around the globe in the fight against breast cancer. As an ambassador for the movement, Musiq will raise awareness about breast cancer so that younger…

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