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3 Secret Supplements That Might Prevent You From Getting Sick

Here are 3 secret supplements, which have been used for centuries to ward off colds, flu’s, viruses and other illness. Nobody likes to get sick. Even catching a minor cold can throw off your whole fitness routine. When you are starting to feel under the weather sleep and rest is your best bet. But sometimes the body needs something more.   • Black Cumin Seed Oil Black Cumin Seed Oil originates from a plant that comes from Asia, the Mediterranean,...
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NEW WORKOUT VIDEO 📹🎥

It's been a while since I uploaded on this channel but I'm excited to drop this workout video to help my tough girls lose weight and burn fat! Want more? of course, you do! Get my programs at shestough.com today! See you inside!
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The KETO Diet and weight loss – Is it right for you?

The KETO Diet and weight loss - Is it right for you?   The Ketogenic Diet is a big rage these days. While you may have heard of it recently, it’s actually been around for a long time, and like many diet trends, they disappear and re-emerge over and over again.   During the 80’s and 90’s many studies where conducted on weight loss and specific diets. The high protein, high fat, low carb diets (like the Atkins or Bernstein...
  • August 23, 2018
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5 reasons you need a workout plan

5 reasons you need a workout plan

With the influx of workout videos online, more and more women are adopting the active lifestyle. But before you succumb to a self-designed, malfunctioning female fitness program, you need some supervision and guidance. Experts always know better, and you should never follow the workout videos at home blindly. Here are top 5 reasons by Shestough why you should get a pro-workout plan: Stability: Following a plan on your own can give sporadic bursts of excitement. To get smooth results from...
  • August 13, 2018
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REDUCE STRESS – INCREASE ENERGY – LOSE FAT, HERE’S HOW!

Have you ever wondered how you get fat? Check out the picture below to get a visual. This graph represents blood sugar fluctuations over a period of time affects fat gain and the related symptoms associated with high and low blood sugar. Blood sugar too high? • Insulin is released to bring glucose (blood sugar) down followed by the stress hormone (cortisol) to bring it back up. • When this becomes chronic, we become insulin resistant. Insulin resistance = fat...
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