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I apologize for the minimal content this week, it has just been a mad-house around here. Tons of grad school work all culminating at once since we are coming up on spring break. Plus taxes. Fun stuff.

The good news is that I will have a new article going up on relatively soon (once I finally finish it and send it to them) as well as my first article on

I also recently had a few articles go up on that I never even told you guys about! I thought today would be an appropriate time to let you guys know all about them, plus there are a few more in the pipeline that should be going up shortly!

The Amazing Benefits of Cinnamon

As I am sure most of you have heard, diabetes is rapidly becoming an epidemic not only in the US, but worldwide. Diabetes can affect people of all ages, and it can increase the risk of cardiovascular diseases, vascular complications and amputations, blindness, immune suppression, kidney disease, Alzheimer’s disease and more.

Finding ways to prevent and treat diabetes has become a large area of focus in research, and some interesting findings have been made. As much as there are a lot of drugs and medications that can help diabetics control their blood sugar (as well as changes in diet, exercise and weight loss) some foods have actually been found to assist in blood glucose control and insulin sensitivity as well, namely – cinnamon. (click on link above to keep reading)

Training Performance & Recovery: Carbohydrates in the Spotlight

Carbohydrates seem to be a very misunderstood macronutrient these days. There are some who believe consuming any carbohydrates will make you fat and unhealthy, while there are others who consume absolutely enormous amounts of carbohydrates, believing them to be the key to health. In reality the truth, as usual, is somewhere in the middle.

While carbohydrates are neither evil nor perfect, they can be an excellent choice to help you train harder and longer, and recover faster. Consuming some carbohydrates before and after your training can have some incredibly powerful benefits which will help to maximize the results of your efforts. (click on link above to keep reading)

Strategies For Healthy Aging

Over the past century life expectancy has grown tremendously, to nearly 80 years of age. This increase has led to a surge in interest on the best methods to maintain our youth, and age as gracefully and healthfully as possible. This is probably due to the fact that we now die less from infectious disease, and more from chronic, degenerative diseases.

People don’t want to live longer with a poor quality of life; we want to live longer while maintaining a high level of functional capacity and high quality of life.  This is where eating a balanced diet rich in real, whole, minimally processed foods, exercising regularly, minimizing stress and supplementing appropriately comes into play.

There is an absolute boatload of information out there on how to maximize your nutrition, exercise to improve your health and steps you can take to minimize stress.  But what about proper supplementation? (click on link above to keep reading)

On another note I want to remind you that tonight at midnight Mike Boyle’s Valentine Week Sale ends on his best-selling program, Functional Strength Coach 3.o. It is available right now for $50 off! Plus he is throwing in 2 bonus DVDs for free: Interval Training for Clients and Athletes ($20 value) and Evolution of a Strength Coach: 25 Mistakes in 25 Years ($30 value)! If you want it act fast.

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Posted on February 18th, 2011 by Brian St. Pierre

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