The results of a long-term study on the impact of coffee consumption on aggressive prostate cancer indicate there may be tangible health benefits. A study that lasted 20-years and included nearly 50,000 men showed that regular coffee consumption reduced the risk of developing aggressive prostate cancer. Those men who consumed 6 cups of coffee daily saw a 41% reduction in their risk of developing the disease.
I love my coffee in the AM – and my trainer says no coffee! Just water! Well – I think everything in moderation – the one cup I have a day is good after all!
Interval training is high intensity work, interspersed with short intervals of rest. The main idea: rest intervals allow more work to be completed at a higher level of intensity than can be accomplished with steady state training.
We all remember eating ramen in college — well that’s not entirely true. I don’t think I did to be honest – just not my thing. I sure did know a lot of people who did and looking back – none of us really looked at nutrition labels. My how times have changed. Shocking to see the actual “value” of ramen noodles.
USDA Food and Nutrition Service Administrator Julie Paradis today highlighted the Obama Administration’s priorities for improving school meals and the health of children across the nation.
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