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High Intensity Exercise
Research shows that short bursts of exercise (ie., 30-60 seconds), if performed at a relatively high intensity, can provide even better cardiovascular benefits than sustained exercise at moderate intensity.












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Mobile App

Our innovative and award-winning app "Exercise Calorie Converter" converts the calories in restaurant foods and beverages into minutes of exercise.

Version 3.0 -- released in Spring 2017 -- offers more restaurants, over 6000 foods and beverages, a Quick-Check tool for foods not in the database, and some cool sharing functions. (NOTE: Version 3.3 was released February 2018.)

MAKE SMARTER CHOICES WHEN YOU DINE OUT!





Today's Featured Topics



Training For: Tennis
If you love tennis and want to improve your competitive edge, read our review: "Training For: Tennis"

Bad Exercise
How can exercise be bad? In fact, some exercises can be bad for you. And, too much of the right exercise, can also be harmful. Learn what NOT to do in our review: "Bad Exercise"

Sugar, Fructose, High-Fructose Corn Syrup
A diet that's too high in sugar and, especially, high-fructose corn syrup is unhealthy. Fructose makes up half of table sugar (sucrose), but, fructose is found naturally in lots of fruits. So, is fructose good or bad for us? Read more about this perplexing carbohydrate in: "Nutrition Basics: Natural vs. Unnatural Sources of Fructose"


Exercise Books and Videos



TITLE:  "Diets Designed For Athletes"
AUTHOR:  Karinch M
LENGTH:  221 pages
LIST PRICE:  $17.95

"Diets Designed for Athletes" is a sports nutrition book written for competitive athletes. Its subtitle is: "How to combine foods, fluids, and supplements for maximum training and performance." We were less impressed with this sports nutrition book than others we've reviewed. Read our review...





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