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5 reasons to eat more eggs, boost your fitness and weight loss efforts
Eggs are a great weight loss food as well as rich in nutrients that help you stay fit and power your exercise routine. Here are 5 benefits that you need to know about.
Swimming for weight loss, here’s how to get more out of the best exercise to lose weight fast
Swimming for weight loss: Swimming may not be the first activity that pops to mind when you think of weight loss, but fitness experts say it is a useful aerobic activity for overall fitness and toning. Swimming also burns fat long after your session.
Best fitness plan, future-proof your heart health with best exercises recommended by experts
According to a recent study, people with high fitness during their middle ages are significantly less likely to die from heart diseases in later life even if they were diagnosed with depression.
Heart patients need to focus on fitness and exercise, not weight loss
The study revealed that people who are physically active live longer than those who are not. Sustained physical activity over time was associated with substantially lower mortality risk.
Fitness trackers unlikely to make you healthier
Wearable exercise trackers or pedometers do not increase activity levels enough to benefit health, scientists have concluded.
Exercise affects memory, fitness
Taking even a short break from exercise not only decreases your fitness but could also affect your memory, a new study reveals.
Obesity more dangerous than lack of fitness
A new study, published in the International Journal of Epidemiology on December 20, has dismissed the concept of 'fat but fit'. In contrast, the results from the new study suggest that the protective effects of high fitness against early death are reduced in obese people.
Physical, mental fitness interlinked in seniors
Connections between different parts of the brain weaken with age, but new research suggests that being physically fit can boost long-term brain function.
Fitness of children a cause for concern
Two-thirds of primary school-age children are falling below the recommended levels of fitness for their age group, research has warned.
Cardiorespiratory fitness enhances memory
A new study has examined the relationship between cardiorespiratory fitness (CRF), memory and cognition in young and older adults.
Where does fat go when you lose weight?
Despite a worldwide obsession with diets and fitness regimes, many health professionals cannot correctly answer the question of where body fat goes when people lose weight, a UNSW Australia study shows.

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